The Boise, ID Sentry Management office is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Columbia Village Owners Association, located in east Boise. Columbia Village represents the largest homeowners association (HOA) in the State with 1,809 homes.
The Community has expanded over the nearly 30 years that have passed since the first home was built and offers a large array of amenities within the community.
The amenities available include an exercise and weight room, indoor racquetball court, four swimming pools, a disc-golf course, RV storage area, a meeting room with a full kitchen, and an adult and children’s library. There is also a lot of open space that includes over seven miles of HOA owned trails for residents to enjoy.
“We’re excited about this new partnership, and are looking forward to working with the CVOA Board and all of the folks in the neighborhood to provide the service and support needed in such a large community,” explained Patricia Liddell, Sentry Boise Division Vice President.
Sentry’s HOA managers hold certifications from Community Associations Institute (CAI) for HOA management, including management of large-scale communities.
Sentry Management is a leader in managing homeowner associations and condominiums since 1975.
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