Trestle Community Management today announced that it has released four new Webinars On-Demand curated for Board Members. Available through Trestle’s My-Community Web Portal, the webinars continue the firm’s focus on supporting the needs of its Client Associations.

Presented by Senior Community Association Manager, Chelsea Webster, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, the newest series discusses Board Member positions. Detailing the expectations of each Board Member’s role, the webinars guide new and existing members to success. Joining a lineup of other offerings including those tailored to Board Member Processes and Procedures, and Roles and Responsibilities, as well as webinars providing guidance to assist Associations in Building Strong Communities Through Volunteerism, Trestle’s catalog of Webinars On-Demand, continues to grow.

“Educating Board Members, community volunteers and Homeowners is vital to the success of our Client Associations,” said Bob Brencic, CMCA, AMS, MBA, President of Trestle Community Management. “Trestle has always focused on implementing advanced processes and technologies for the benefit of our clients. We are excited to continue to expand our list of available live Webinars and Webinars On-Demand to our Client Association in order to further help them thrive and reach the goals of their communities.”

What are Trestle’s Webinars On-Demand?

Trestle’s curated Webinars On-Demand were unveiled in March 2021 and extended to homeowners in April 2021. Since that time, they have become a reliable resource used by Board Members, community volunteers and Homeowners alike.

In addition to Webinars On-Demand, Trestle has prepared an ongoing live Webinar series designed to address questions commonly presented by Board Members and community volunteers. Focusing on the most pressing questions in community associations, providing educational guidance for Board and community members and serving as an accessible information source, the webinars are one of many ways Trestle supports its Client Associations. Trestle’s focus remains on serving its Clients in an advisory capacity and facilitating community success. Prioritizing outreach and education further the firm’s goal of providing convenient Client resources. These efforts ensure that community members have access to limitless on-demand information.

What Else Can be Found on Trestle’s My-Community Web Portal?

A community association portal is only as useful as the information it provides. In an effort to ensure current details are readily available, Trestle has fully incorporated its My-Community Web Portal into its Team’s processes. As a result, Trestle’s Team continuously updates the information accessible on the My-Community Web Portal, allowing it to serve as reliable centralized resource for community members.

Full utilization of the My-Community Web Portal allows association business to continue on Board and community members’ schedules. As an online resource, information can be retrieved at any time. Homeowners are able to proactively seek guidance, review easy-to-use instruction guides provided by Trestle, and ensure that their request or need is not delayed during non-business hours. Similarly, Board Members may review status updates after business hours, ensuring pending items do not go unchecked and important discussions among Board Members are not delayed.

Through the My-Community Web Portal, Homeowners can:

  • Report and track maintenance concerns,
  • Review their compliance history,
  • Submit and monitor alteration requests,
  • Keep up to date on important community announcements,
  • Watch Trestle’s educational Webinars On-Demand,
  • Review governing documents, meeting minutes and notices, and more.
In addition, with the help of Trestle’s My-Community Web Portal, Board and Committee Members can work to keep association business moving between meetings and after-hours. On the My-Community Web Portal, they can:
  • Review and approve invoices,
  • Discuss and vote on architectural alteration requests,
  • Track community-wide compliance and maintenance history,
  • Post community announcements, and more.
What Other Ways Does Trestle Support its Clients?
Trestle continuously invests in Team education and skill building. All of the firm’s Team Members attend continuing education courses offered inside and outside of the industry as well as conferences and educational seminars on an ongoing basis. Trestle approaches education holistically, ensuring that all Team Members are well-versed on the intricacies of the common interest ownership association management services industry.

Through this approach, the firm holds the highest number of prestigious community association management credentials in Washington State including the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA), Association Management Specialist (AMS) and Professional Manager of Community Associations (PCAM) designations.


To best serve its Client Associations, Trestle has established partnerships both inside and outside of the community management industry. Through these well-nurtured working relationships, Trestle has identified trustworthy service providers. Proactively anticipating the future needs of Washington state’s community associations, Trestle has also established relationships which allow it to access industry-leading technologies. These partnerships allow Trestle to implement exclusive and advanced technologies, meeting and exceeding its Clients’ needs. The value of these efforts is passed along to its Client Associations as they access vetted and dependable service providers and the most advanced services in the industry through Trestle.

Connecting with Trestle
In addition to Trestle’s updated website, the firm regularly connects on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

Please contact Bob Brencic, CMCA, AMS, MBA, President of Trestle Community Management, at or (425) 454-6404 for additional details.