Why Update Your Association Information


  • Anyone can update. It's free, easy, and contact information is private.
  • Your association will stay informed of important news/events.
  • The following organizations may need to contact your association.
Public Safety Police, Fire, EMS
Community Watch Crime Prevention
Emergency Preparedness Disaster Planning and Recovery
Planning Boards Rezoning, Development Plans, Public Hearings
Environmental Impacts Airports, Landfills, Water/Air Quality, Wastewater
Departments of Transportation Road and Highway Improvements - Signals - Rights of Way
Legal Real Estate Closings, Claims, Damages, Awards
Insurance Companies Claim Damages and Awards - Risk Management Planning
Utility Companies Service Interruptions, Rights of Way, Storm Recovery
Real Estate Agents Closings Requiring Documents and Assessments
Mortgage Companies/Lenders Foreclosures and Assessment Payments
Builders/Developers Adjacent Development and Impacts
Homeland Defense Issues Related to National Defense and Security
HOA-USA Information Source for Homeowner Associations
  • Most homeowner associations do not maintain a phone listing and are therefore invisible to these and other organizations that may have a legitimate need to contact your Board of Directors or Management Company.
  • The HOA-USA Directory is the ONLY complete and comprehensive directory of over 350,727 homeowner associations in the United States. Maintaining your association's listing in the Directory is free. 
  • The association contact can be a Management Company, an association board or committee member, any resident including you, or omitted. Please note that contact information is NOT displayed on the website and is protected by our Privacy Policy.

Again, we solicit your assistance in searching the HOA-USA Directory for your association and updating the information if it is not current. We encourage you to update as much information as possible or forward this request to your Board of Directors.

Thank you for your assistance.