Members Area

We are excited about this new platform,
and volunteers are working to learn all the features. 

When complete, this may be an example of a members-only page, which requires logging in to view.
CURRENTLY, this page is set to PUBLIC - anyone can see it. However, the Member Directory (also on Members tab) requires log-in from an authorized member account.

Creating Your Account / Profile
Each of our 135 properties will have a primary account in this platform for communications and voting.  (Level 1 User)
  1. Create your account by clicking the REGISTER link (top right corner).
  2. Once approved, log in and access your profile.
  • Refine what you want to show on the directory.
  • You can add up to 2 alternate people like a spouse or housemate (Level 2  User)
The goal is to move to virtual communications by 2023 for Crime Alerts, neighborhood events, quarterly newsletters, etc.  (We do NOT plan on excessive communications.)
Later this fall, administrators will set up basic accounts for any missing homeowners. However, we would prefer you create your own profile. 
Each account requires an email address. We also ask for a mobile phone number for text alerts; however, providing a text-capable phone number is optional. Text alerts could be helpful in time-sensitive situations like emergencies or urgent crime alerts.
Renters - Although you do not vote in business (property owner) meetings, we hope you will be an active part of our community.  Please register via the website and include a note in the Admin Comment field that you are not the owner.  We can still set you up for communications.
  • Your contact details will be used only for association business and communications from the POA leadership and The Bishop Company. Contact information will not be shared with 3rd parties.
  • YOU choose what - if any - of your contact information displays in the directory that can be seen only by members who have logged in. 
    • We encourage you to at least show name, house #, street (that much is available to anyone who looks at the TCAD property records). 
  • Password Storage:
    • For security reasons, we store passwords in hashed form. This guards against the possibility that someone who gains unauthorized access to the database can retrieve the passwords of every user in the system. Hashing performs a one-way transformation on a password, turning the password into another value, called the hashed password. “One-way” means that it is practically impossible to go the other way - to turn the hashed password back into the original password.
  • Password Transmission:
    The hashed password value is not encrypted before it is stored in the database. When a member submits the password using the login form, the password is sent in clear text to the server.  The website software takes the clear text password, performs a similar one-way hash and compares it to the database value. If the passwords match, then login is successful.