TCAA is the public policy voice of community associations and the professionals who serve them.

LEGISLATIVE ACTION COMMITTEES (LACS) - ​​​LACs exist to represent the interests of and provide regular communications to, CAI members and chapters located within their boundaries with respect to state legislative, regulatory and amicus curiae activities of relevance to the creation and operation of community associations. LAC delegates are nominated by CAI chapters and each LAC, itself. Delegates volunteer their time and energy to benefit all CAI members.

CAI Austin partners with the Texas Community Associations Advocates (TCAA) to advocate on legislative and regulatory matters that affect community associations, community association managers and CAI business partners.

Please visit Texan Community Association Advocates' (TCAA's) website at Features of the site include information about TCAA, Legislative Information, Association Living, information on contributing and ways to become involved. You can also subscribe to receive email updates from TCAA.

TCAA & CAI Capitol Day Supports Strong Neighborhoods

We Love our HOA

​Nearly 200 people from across the state of Texas traveled to Austin on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 to participate in the 2019 TCAA & CAI legislative rally day. TCAA Co-Chair's Nina Tran and Trisha Farine welcomed homeowners, managers, board members and other community association members to the First United Methodist Church for a legislative briefing and emphasized that TCAA is the voice of more than five million people in Texas living in community associations.

​Our supporters are united by a common mission:

To ensure that Texas community associations function properly for the benefit of all residents, that property values are protected and that community associations are well governed and properly managed to serve homeowners across Texas.

We believe in responsibility and involvement in working together with public officials on public policy and working to find common ground to benefit homeowners and protect the quality of life of Texas neighborhoods.