Keeping the Sunflower Community informed
with the latest news and announcements.
The Sunflower Communicator newsletter is a subscription service for
community residents. A newsletter is sent weekly as an email
to subscribers and contains news concerning events, new projects and other
items of interest to residents. Short notes concerning specific issues
may also be sent from time to time – these are in addition to
messages that may be sent to all residents by the HOA management.
Note that the newsletters do not take the place of the Sun Catcher or the Sunflowerliving Website.
You can view the 20 most recent emails sent to Communicator subscribers here.
Please note that the Communicator is intended for residents and employees
of the Sunflower Community.
To sign up, fill out this Subscription Form and click “Subscribe to list”. Don't forget to check the “I'm not a robot” box that appears when you submit the form. If you encounter problems or have questions, send an email to .
If you should decide to cancel your subscription, just click on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the last Communicator email that you received or enter your email address here. If you want to change your profile information (name, address or phone number), click the “Update your profile” link at the bottom of a Communicator email. To change your email address, send a request to .
Signing up for the Communicator will NOT result in your email address being added to the Association's email database. Likewise, providing your email address to the Association – e.g., giving it to a member of the Front Desk staff – will NOT result in you being subscribed to the Communicator. You may receive emails with important information directly from the HOA manager so please make sure that your email address is in the HOA database.
Some email programs, as well as email providers, will sometimes treat
newsletter emails as “spam”. To help ensure that
Communicator emails are not flagged as “spam”
(or “junk”), please add the email address
SF.firstname.lastname@example.org to your email
program’s contacts list (or address book) and, if possible, to your
email provider’s “whitelist”. If your email app requests
a name to go with the SF.comm email address, you can use
If you find any Communicator emails in your spam (or junk) folder, mark them “not spam/junk”. That should help keep future Communicators from being flagged as spam/junk.
If you do not find missing Communicators or Sunflower Blasts in your
"Junk" tab, look for a "Promotions" tab. If you find them there, do
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