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The Community Associations Institute (CAI) is a non-profit educational and resource organization formed in 1973 to distribute guidance on homeowner associations and their shared facilities in condominiums, cluster housing, planned unit developments and open space communities.

What does CAI do? 

CAI is the only national organization that: 
  • Serves as a clearing house and research center on community associations;
  • Assists its members in establishing and operating successful association communities through available publications, workshops, and technical assistance;
  • Provides a national forum for discussing key issues in the association field;
  • Focuses national attention on the needs and concerns of individuals and professionals involved with community associations.

Who should belong to CAI?

Membership in the Institute is open to associations and their members, builder/developers, managers, public agencies and officials, professionals who serve community associations and other interested individuals and organizations. CAI does not represent any one professional or interest group. Rather, it represents the process of creating and operating a successful, viable community association.  

 

What is CAI-CV? 

The many members of the Coachella Valley Chapter of CAI tackle association concerns and provide assistance at the grass-roots level. The CV CAI offers you many vehicles for communication.  
  • A monthly magazine keeping you up-to-date on the latest news for Coachella Valley associations;
  • Meetings on topics such as budgets and reserves, rules enforcement, legislation, and more;
  • Special seminars on maintenance issues, energy conservation and more;
  • A Basic Training Course for Board Members;
  • A Membership Services Directory;
  • Publications on association operations.

By joining CAI, you automatically become a member of the Coachella Valley Chapter of CAI  as well as the National CAI. 

To receive a membership application packet, or to find out about volunteer opportunities in the Coachella Valley Chapter, give us a call at (760) 341-0559 today or e-mail us at admin@cai-cv.org!

Community Associations Institute of the Coachella Valley (CAI-CV)

• 41-905 Boardwalk, Suite A-2, PalmDesert, CA 92211 •

Phone (760) 341-0559 • Fax (760) 341-8443 • Admin@cai-cv.org

 

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Accurate Leak Locators 


AMS Paving

 

Asphalt MD's

 

Associa Desert Resort Management


Conserve LandCare

 

Empire Works

 

Epsten Grinnell & Howell, APC

 

Fiore Racobs & Powers

 

NPG Nelson Paving

 

Pacific Western Bank

 

Peters & Freedman, LLP

 

Signarama

 

Sunshine Landscape

 

Western Pacific Roofing

GOLD

 

 

AMS Security


CBCI Construction


Diversified Asphalt Products

 

Flood Response

 

United Paving


Vintage Associates

SILVER

 

1 Stop Pool Pros


Alan Smith Pool Plastering


Artistic Maintenance, Inc.

 

Blue Sky Landscape

 

Coachella Valley Water District

 

Mutual of Omaha


Painting Unlimited


Powerful Pest Management

 

Prendiville Insurance Agency

 

PrimeCo

 

Purified Pool Water

 

Seacoast Commerce Bank

 

Three Phase Electric

 

Union Bank Homeowner Association Services

BRONZE

 

Adams Stirling, PLC 


All Counties Fence and Supply


Animal Pest Management

 

Association Reserves

 

Bank of Southern California


CTI of the Desert


Dunn-Edwards Corporation

 

Farley Interlocking Pavingstones
          

Frazier Pest Control


G4S Secure Solutions USA

 

Horizon Lighting

 

Kasdan LippSmith Weber Turner, LLP

 

LaBarre/Oksnee Insurance

Agency

 

Pro Landscaping, Inc.

 

Rudy's Termite and Pest Control, Inc.

 

S.B.S Lien Services

 

SCT Reserve Consultants

 

ServPro of Palm Springs/Indian Wells

 

Sherwin-Williams Paint Company

 

Silldorf & Levine

 

U.S. Security Associates, Inc.

 

Universal Protection Service


Vista Paint Corporation


 

 

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