Subdivision Websites

Evmikna Graphics designs subdivision websites. If you are in a subdivision and need a website to help administrate your community, then consider us. Our website design and hosting framework offers all of the tools to successfully run a homeowner’s association website.

Why should you consider Evmikna for a subdivision website?

We have the experience in creating easy-to-find and easy-to-navigate websites. Our Search Engine Optimization expertise will make your website easily found in Google, MSN and Yahoo in little time.

We bring hands-on experience in the administration of subdivisions.[1] Barry Pendley, owner of Evmikna, served as President of Chestnut Hills subdivision during a critical time of transition from the developer to a volunteer run HOA. The website for that community helped bring the community together by providing all of the necessary documents and communication. Our background with subdivision websites is not found in many website design companies.

Does your subdivision really need a website?

There are no laws that require subdivisions to have websites. Did you know that some states (e.g., Colorado, California, Florida) have legal requirements that community documents (including minutes and financials) be “open” and easily accessible? A website provides an efficient way to make these documents readily available.

These websites are critical to the management of subdivisions (especially since most are volunteer managed). We can help your subdivision construct an affordable website. Special polling and discussion features can be built in to gather information and keep communication channels open with your residents.

Little Elk Creek Village, Aspen, Colorado: When we researched options for our subdivision website, we were lucky to have found Evmikna. Barry is very responsive and offered many options and ideas to suite our needs. During the creative process he is very attentive to get it right. Because of his past experience with his subdivision, he understands what necessary information is needed to get the point across. His follow up and regular updates have been instrumental, confirming we made the right decision for our website.

What does Evmikna offer your subdivision website?

Along with website design and development, we offer very reliable hosting. Our hosting package is reasonable and offers you special tools that will give you everything you need for your subdivision.

All of our subdivision websites come with:

  • 99.7% uptime hosting with unlimited bandwith, emails and space.
  • Search Engine Optimization to make your site easily found in Google, Yahoo and Live.
  • Annual maintenance packages for updating your site with information within 24 hours.
  • A searchable, easy-to-navigate, and fully cross-referenced [2] Declaration of Protective Covenants page.

Canterbury Commons, Farmington Hills, MI: Our subdivision needed a new website, the old one had not been updated and maintained properly. Barry revamped our website and had a new one up and running within two weeks. He is great at taking your ideas and converting them into a website that looks highly professional and is easy to navigate.This local Michigan company gets an A+ for quality of work, I would highly recommend them to anyone needing a website designer!

Some additional features include:

  • mass email capabilities
  • discussion board with polling features
  • ecommerce solution for collecting dues
  • calendar

If you are a part of a subdivision, you will quickly realize the importance of a well-organized, easy-to-navigate website. Every subdivision should have a website. It is a necessary communication tool. A website gives residents the ability to share ideas and get help for their concerns. A subdivision website provides a 24/7/365 access to financial documents, covenants and minutes. And, a subdivision website will save you money and time with communicating to your community.

Contact us today for a free quote! Whether you want basic functionality or a complete solution, we can customize a package for you.

Some of Our Subdivision Websites:

Little Elk Creek Subdivision, Snowmass Colorado
Canterbury Commons, Farmington Hills, Michigan
Panorama Ranches, Glenwood Springs, CO

[1] We are not a subdivision management company and do not represent ourselves as such.

[2] We will cross-reference your covenants with your local ordinances and original set of covenants where applicable.