Manage Shared Amenity Capacity to Encourage Social Distancing with Nabr Network’s HOA Amenity Reservations System
HOAs across the country are adapting in response to COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines. As states begin to reopen, community associations are faced with a new challenge: managing resident access to shared HOA amenities. As an industry partner, Nabr Network is here to help.
Nabr Network’s HOA amenity reservations system allows HOAs to easily set limits on the number of resident reservations for community amenities.
Flexible reservation calendar options make it easy to set available days, hours, and headcount limits for all HOA amenities. Multiple residents can make reservations for the same time slot until the amenity’s maximum capacity is reached. Reservations can be set to be automatically approved – or you can require that all reservations be approved by an administrator.
Our user-friendly reservation calendars make it simple for residents to see the number of available reservation openings and schedule their reservation on their HOA mobile app or community website. Automated email notifications to the resident confirm new reservations and provide status updates for reservation requests when admin approval is required.
Nabr Network’s powerful Community Manager dashboard gives managers access to all amenities across multiple communities all in one place. Admins can export all reservations to Excel to easily provide details to amenity staff.
With no limit on the number of amenity reservation calendars, you can manage all your amenities on Nabr Network. We’ll work with you to create HOA amenity reservation calendars that meet the unique needs of your association.
Getting your HOA online with Nabr Network is easy! Our powerful integrations with leading accounting software providers, such as Caliber, TOPS, Vantaca, and VMS, allow us to import your community’s resident accounts to Nabr Network. Residents will enjoy seamless access to their personal account information with just one login to Nabr Network.
DISCLAIMER: Community associations are governed by state law, which can vary widely from state to state. Associations should follow state and federal orders when considering whether they can and should open community amenities. Community associations should seek the advice of relevant experts before taking any actions. The CDC and other qualified health officials should be the primary source of current information and guidance. To access the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 CDC guidelines, visit www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Visit CAI online for information and resources to help navigate the impact of COVID-19 in your community association. https://www.caionline.org/pages/coronavirus.aspx.