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Contact Information

FGBRCA

(225) 315-1206

[email protected]

Ed Lagucki, President

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Reponse to the May Flood Event

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Member Meeting

November 11th 

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Monthly Newsletters

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The Federation currently consists of 99 member associations in the Greater Baton Rouge area representing the views of over 60,000 home owners.

Membership:

To be considered for membership, an organization must:

(a) Be duly organized consistent with the purposes of homeowners associations; 

(b) Be in good standing with the Secretary of State for non profits

(c) Represent single-family residential neighborhoods within the parish of East Baton Rouge;

(d) Pay annual dues (Click this link or go to JOIN tab). 

For further information about the Federation, please visit the ABOUT US tab in this website or send an email or telephone inquiry to the Federation.


Federation Membership Flyer (PDF) click the following link:    Membership Flyer

Benefits of Membership:

  1. Having a voice in the decisions that affect our communities;
  2. Being able to brainstorm with others to help solve common problems that challenge our communities;
  3. Utilizing the power of the group rather than going it alone;
  4. Opportunities to meet our community and government leaders;
  5. Working to preserve and improve our communities by being proactive;
  6. Learning new ways of effectively organizing and/or managing a homeowner or civic association.
  7. Members are encouraged to bring neighborhood problems to the attention of the group so that others who have experienced similar problems can assist. Networking between other homeowner/civic associations, and with the Guest Speakers, exemplifies our motto: “Neighbors Helping Neighbors”.

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