Sentry News - Boise

Kudos From Industry Partners

“Sentry Management is one of the most reputable Property Management firms I have had the pleasure of working with. Their staff is extremely professional and dedicated. They are committed to both their clients and vendors at the highest level. Their professionalism has greatly impacted the success of our organizations.” – Brendan Smedick Summer Lawns, Inc....


Full Staff of Boise Certified Community Managers

Two Sentry Boise Community Managers recently received their Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) designations from the Community Associations Institute(CAI). Joye Jones and Tisha Parrott both joined the staff in 2015 and manage a portfolio of homeowner’s associations in the Treasure Valley. Sentry Idaho is one of the few local management companies with a full...


Board Member Compliments

“Sentry Management is an integral part of sustaining our beautiful community. As our Community Association Manager, Christian Brockl is not only friendly, but also professional, knowledgeable, responsive and reliable. We are grateful to have Christian and Sentry as our management company.” – Caterina Lasome The Island at Two Rivers HOA “Sentry Management is very professional...


2017 Irrigation Season Begins April 17

The Treasure Valley irrigation companies are beginning to advise their planned start dates.  Most will begin to release water into their systems on April 3, 2017.  However, it will take as many as two weeks to fill all of the canals and ditches and irrigation company personnel will begin to start up pumps and test...


2016 Irrigation Season Comes to a Close Around Boise, Idaho

Fall is here and the irrigation districts in the Treasure Valley have announced the turn-off dates for their systems.  Irrigation to lands supplied by the Arrowrock Division of the Boise Project Board of Control and Lake Lowell Reservoir are scheduled to cease on Friday, October 7, 2016.  The New York Canal may continue to move...


Sentry Opens Satellite Office in Harris Ranch

Sentry Management is pleased to announce that we’ve opened a satellite office in Harris Ranch at 4940 E Mill Station Drive, Suite 105.  We’re in the Mill Station commercial area in the two story building next door to Lucky 13. “The satellite office in Harris Ranch made perfect sense to us because we manage so...


Dave Aizpitarte, President of Banbury HOA in Eagle, ID, shows appreciation for the service provided by Sentry Management.

“I have been on the Banbury board for about 10 years and have been president off and on for about five years.  We made the change to Sentry Management in 2011 after a thorough search of management companies in the Treasure Valley.  At that time, they were by far the best choice and for the...


Sentry Management Boise Reminds You of Irrigation Season

Spring has sprung. It’s that time again for local irrigation districts to fill canals and ditches with this season’s irrigation water!  Irrigation start dates vary beginning now and continuing over the next two weeks.  Each HOA’s landscaping services company will begin to pressurize systems, make any needed pump and line repairs, and get water flowing...




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Disaster Preparedness Checklist

No matter where you live, there is a possibility that disaster may affect your community. Be prepared with this list.

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Tips for Running Effective Annual Meetings

Your Annual Meeting is more than a normal meeting. Here are some tips for making them effective for your association.

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Developing Pet & Service Animal Policies

Nine guidelines to consider when developing and enforcing pet policies.

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Documents, Statutes, and Laws: Which One Takes Priority?

Power to govern an Association is based on the authority granted by multiple sources. To make it a little confusing, just like the power the Federal Government has to override aspects of State laws, there is a hierarchy in the application of laws and documents to Associations.