In Scottsdale, the success of our community is defined by how we as individuals address and respond to neighborhood issues
and challenges. Believing that one person can make a difference, the city of Scottsdale developed the Neighborhood College
to provide residents, neighborhood groups and homeowners associations with the information, resources and tools needed
to become effective neighborhood leaders.
Professional, volunteer instructors invite you to participate in classes regarding city programs, volunteer opportunities,
personal safety tips and HOA guidelines. Classes are offered at no cost but registration is required.
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION FINANCES 101
- Calling all board members who want to better understand association finances! This class will discuss the
budget process preparation of a budget and how to handle deviations in the budget. Second, this class
will give you the 411 on how to read and understand an association’s financial statement. Finally, this
class will also identify steps and actions that board members can take to prevent theft and fraud.
- 1-3 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 19
- Mustang Library Auditorium, 10101 N. 90th ST.
- Mulcahy Law Firm, LLC
Register for Neighborhood College Classes