About Membership

All homeowner Associations within and the outlying areas of the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia are welcome to join, whether you are called an HOA or by some other name, as long your association satisfies the minimum requirements of an HOA to comply with WV statutes and establish an HOA that functions on behalf of their community. Individuals and businesses may also apply for membership to EPOHOA.

 

 

NUMBER OF HOMES IN YOUR HOA ONE TIME APPLICATION FEE
(non-refundable)
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES
2-25 $25 $25
26-50 $50 $50
51-100 $100 $100
100 + $125 $125
ONE INDIVIDUAL $25 $25
ONE BUSINESS $125 $125

 

The three levels of membership are available:

  • Qualified Homeowner or Civic Association Membership, voting membership
  • Individual Membership, voting membership
  • Business Membership, voting membership

Membership Application:

Membership Renewal:

  • January of each year

Password:

  • Provided to Members in Good Standing ONLY for access to protected area(s) of the EPOHOA website.
    Contact membership@epohoa.org

Documents: [Homeowner or Civic Association ONLY]

  • Boundary Map of your Association (plat, tax map, other)
  • Copy of minutes of your last election meeting or certification signed by the President and Secretary of the Association of the most recent election and the date of that election.
  • Copy of the Board of Directors/Officer roster with contact information (if not included on WV Secretary of State Annual Report).
  • Copy of your current West Virginia Secretary of State CORPORATION or LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ANNUAL REPORT

Q: Why does EPOHOA encourage Members to provide these documents?
A: To better assist Members concerning important issues within the Organization.

 

EPOHOA uses membership funds for the following purposes:

  • Renting facilities to hold monthly meetings as well as events & workshops
  • Providing insurance for the Organization, the Board of Directors and our public outreach events
  • Maintaining EPOHOA.org website and marketing materials
  • Providing outside speakers, refreshments, equipment & internet at our seminar workshops
  • Remaining current with the Secretary of State’s annual requirement for non-profit corporations
  • Continuing our professional membership with Community Associations Institute (CAI).
  • Interacting with our state legislature in Charleston concerning WV Code 36B