Bald Head Association is the Island's largest homeowners association. It is our mission to provide leadership on behalf of our members through community advocacy, communication with and for our members and activities that sustain the values and attributes that make Bald Head Island unique. Consider making a commitment of time and energy to a Bald Head Association committee. The goals of the committees listed below are defined to help you identify your areas of interest. Please be a part of these efforts. Thank you for your interest in your Association and your Island! Contact BHA Executive Director Carrie Moffett Email with any questions. The online, fillable volunteer application link is below.
Architectural Review Committee (ARC)
The ARC has the crucial charge of reviewing home plans and administering the Design Guidelines, with typically hundreds of reviews handled each year for home plans, landscaping and renovation-related submittals. Comprising two sections — Section A and Section B. Nine volunteers serve on each ARC section.
Community Wide Standards (CWS) Committee
This committee evaluates BHI properties to help ensure homes are compliant with the Community Wide Standards.
Education and Recreation (ER) Committee
(Formerly the Socialization, Education and Recreation Committee.) This committee discusses, devises, recommends and/or implements educational and recreational programs for property owners, renters and visitors.
This committee assists with developing the annual budget and helps the Board monitor the Association’s financial status. It also oversees the annual audit process and makes recommendations on financial policy to the Board.
Long-Range Planning (LRP) Committee
(Formerly the Strategic Planning and Long Range Projects Committee.) This committee reviews and evaluates past long-range plans and summarizes progress toward stated goals. They recommend actions that help fulfill Association purposes and responsibilities.
Resource Conservation and Beautification Committee (RCB)
This committee makes recommendations for the maintenance and development of Common Areas and coordinates two Litter Sweeps each year.
This committee has the crucial job of identifying qualified candidates to run for future BHA Board positions and continue the tradition of strong leadership for the BHA.