View our response to COVID-19 – click here.
Sentry News - Cambridge

Maryland COVID-19 Update

To stay up to date on the latest about the Cornovirus in Maryland, visit https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/. At Sentry, our highest priority is the safety of our employees and our communities.  We also have the goal of ensuring the work of the community continues during these difficult days so that your neighborhood continues to be a great...


Cambridge Staff Deliver Essentials to At Risk Community Members

The Sentry staff in Cambridge, MD has implemented a “You Buy, We Fly” program for elderly residents in Sentry-managed communities in the area. Community Managers and other staff are picking up essential items for at-risk residents and dropping them off at the resident’s doorstep. Many of these residents do not have relatives living close by...


Sentry Cambridge Office Receives Appreciation Message from Local Business

Cambridge business, Sharon Real Estate recently posted a shout out to the Sentry Management Cambridge office. The message read: ” IT’S THANKFUL THURSDAY AT SHARON REAL ESTATE This week we would like to Show Our Appreciation for & Thank SENTRY MANAGEMENT. The staff at Sentry Management (Steven Levin, Todd Wawrzeniak, Rodney Renner, Cindy Parks, Andy...


Sentry Maryland Offices Participate in Community Associations Institute Chesapeake Vendor Expo

Sentry Community Association Managers, the Vice President of the division, and other staff members recently attended the Community Association Institute (CAI) Vendor Expo in Baltimore, MD. “It was a great day for Sentry Management at the 2018 CAI Chesapeake Chapter Expo this year. Many thanks to those of you that stopped by our booth to...


Sentry Maryland Community Manager Wins Foundation Service Award

Maryland Community Association Manager, LaShauna Tillmon was recently awarded the Sentry Foundation Service Award as a part of the annual Sentry Management Leadership Conference. “It was a great honor to receive the Sentry Management Foundation Service Award. By embracing our Foundation Principles, and receiving direct support and training from our senior management staff; I have...


Sentry Maryland VP Shares Proclivity for Providing Exceptional Customer Service with Employees

Sentry Maryland Vice President, Todd Wawrzeniak is a big advocate of providing the best possible customer service to clients. He encourages local Community Managers to participate in classes offered internally, and other classes offered by local professionals in the field in order to provide the best possible service. “Customer service is at the very core...


Five Safeguards to Prevent Fraud and Keep Association Funds Secure

Your community is essentially a business, which is why financial stability and professional funds management is so important. Sentry prides ourselves on having five processes in place to guard against financial improprieties. They are: Sentry Management is an Accredited Management Organization® granted by IREM. Very few community management firms have this designation. It requires Sentry...


Office Access Changes

Due to COVID-19, most Sentry Management employees are working remotely, away from our offices, to support every Association.

 

Read More »

Implementing Online Board Meetings

To provide safeguards for Board and community members, we would like to suggest conducting meetings online for the immediate future.

Read More »
Sentrye's Covid-19 Response

Sentry’s COVID-19 Response

At Sentry, our highest priority is the safety of our employees and our communities.

Read More »


CommunityPro Portal

CommunityPro® is an easy way to make payments, access association documents, view account history, stay informed and more.

Connect With Us

The Community Builder

The Community Builder is a bi-monthly newsletter to all Sentry Management Board Members. Sign up to Receive the “best of edition” every quarter.

In this issue: Sentry Management is encouraging Boards to be proactive in matters regarding COVID-19. We encourage you to follow closely the national, state and local government recommendations as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).