Hopkins Apartment Managers' Association (HAMA)
The HAMA is an active organization of apartment managers that works to maintain a strong rental market and to promote community involvement among its residents in Hopkins. The purpose of the coalition is to:
- Promote professionalism among its members
- Improve the image of Hopkins as a community
- Enrich the relationship with the City of Hopkins
- Share solutions to common problems
- Provide continuing education for managers
- Promote communication between apartment communities
- Enhance the quality of life for its residents
- Protect the interests of its investors
- Bring the highest standard of leadership and integrity to the profession
If you own and operate only a few units on a part-time basis and you would like the advice of an experienced property manager, call Liz Page at 952-548-6323 and she will refer you.
12–1:30 pm, 3rd Wednesday* of February, May, August and November
Location (**note location change**)
Hopkins Fire Department*, 101-17th Avenue South
Each meeting will have time for networking at the end.
- February 18: Keith Streff, Senior Humane Investigator of the Animal Humane Society, will speak about animal hoarding. (Raspberry Room, Hopkins City Hall)
- May 20: Detective Erik Husevold & Anne Marie Buck, Police Services Liaison, will speak about the Drug Task Force and crime trends
- September 16: HAMA Apartment Tour, CANCELED
Please join the Hopkins Police for a Community Bike Ride on September 19
- November 18: Robin Ann Williams, Attorney, Landlord/Tenant Law & Marty McDonough, MHA, Legislative Updates
For questions about HAMA meetings, including agendas and ideas for future meeting topics Liz Page at 952-548-6323 or Anne Marie Buck at 952-548-6407.
*unless otherwise noted
Ramsgate Apartments, winner of a Community Image Award