The DIPOA is a non-profit 501(c)(4) corporation, serving the interests of property owners in Dauphin Island, Alabama.
The DIPOA maintains a nine-member board, which oversees and manages the affairs of the Association.
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The DIPOA owns a number of properties for use by its members.
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The Mission of the Dauphin Island Property Owners Association (the DIPOA or the Association) and its Board of Directors is primarily to serve and represent the Property Owners of Dauphin Island in the following ways:
- Protect members’ property rights through advocacy or other means.
- Effectively and efficiently manage the Association’s financial resources.
- Effectively and efficiently manage – and undertake actions necessary for the betterment of – the properties (structures and land holdings) of the DIPOA for the use, enjoyment and common good of all members.
- Contribute through volunteerism, raising awareness and/or financial assistance to island environmental and restoration projects, particularly shoreline restoration.
- Conduct all Association business with complete disclosure and transparency.
- Provide timely and effective communications and information so that all members may understand the events and issues that affect them.
- Maintain a viable and beneficial working relationship with the Town of Dauphin Island, the Mayor and Town Council, the Dauphin Island Park and Beach Board, the Dauphin Island Water and Sewer Authority and other island organizations to further the development and betterment of Dauphin Island, to contribute to the vitality of the community and preservation of the island, and to help foster good will among property owners.
- Adhere to the laws of the State of Alabama for non-profit corporations.
- Uphold the DIPOA Constitution.