Welcome to your new CAN website. In order to log in to the new site, your new user name will be the first part of your email address and your password will stay the same as it was for the old site. For example, if your old username was email@example.com your new user name will be jsmith. Please remember that your user name and password are intended for your use only and not to be shared outside of your community.
Our team will train your board members on the complexities of managing a community association.
CAN membership is open to any individual community association, umbrella organizations and master associations.
As a member of CAN, you will have access to the best resources for your community association including the Katzman Garfinkel Law and Learning Center's Guidebook Series.SEE MORE RESOURCES
Do you want to contact your representatives? Do you even know who they are? As a member of CAN, you will have access to this incredibly resourceful and sought after email tool.EMAIL YOUR REPS NOW!
The Community Advocacy Network (CAN) is the leading statewide advocacy network dedicated to promoting positive community association legislation while advising legislators to resist the urge to micromanage and over-regulate private residential communities. CAN works through its website, email alerts and tools such as the "Capitol Connection" email system to give association leaders and residents the information and resources they need to play a meaningful part in the legislative process before harmful bills are passed. Capitol Connection enables our members to contact their elected officials at every level of government with just the click of a button.
For more information please contact CAN's Governmental Affairs Liaison, at 1-855-CAN-TIPS (226-8477) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Learn More About CAN