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Frequently Asked Questions

Is smoking and drinking allowed in your common areas?

Smoking is not allowed on the property. You may not smoke on balconies, in your apartment, or in common areas.  Consumption of alcoholic beverages is not permitted in any of the common areas, parking facilities, storage areas, recreational facilities, or grounds of the community.

Are pets allowed?

Small pets are allowed, but no dogs.  A pet agreement must be completed, and a pet deposit is required.  Breed and size restrictions apply.

When is rent due?

Rent is due on the 5th day of each month.  If rent is paid before the due date of the 5th at 5:00 pm, resident will receive a discount as specified in their lease agreement. If rent is not received by the due date of the 5th at 5:00pm, Management reserves all rights specified in the lease to accelerate or take additional legal action, including but not limited to filing for eviction. Cash payments are NOT accepted and must be in verified funds if late.  A rent drop box is provided outside of the leasing office. All payments must be enclosed in a sealed envelope with resident’s name and apartment number written on the exterior.  Rent payments received after 5:00 p.m. will be credited on the following business day.  Cash payments will NOT be accepted in the rent drop box or at the Management Office.

Can I sublet my apartment?

Residents shall not assign their apartment or sublet any portion of the premises without prior written consent of the Landlord.  The lessee must provide a written letter stating his/her address and telephone number to be contacted while the apartment is being subleased, dates of the sublease agreement, and names of the prospective sublessee(s).  The prospective sublessee shall complete a rental application and be approved according to the income and application approval standards.  Residents should be aware that lessee shall be held financially responsible for the apartment should the subtenant default on rent or have cause for eviction.

What is the policy relating to multiple lessees?

Unrelated residents sharing an apartment shall each qualify for that apartment based on the following:

  1. Each resident shall have qualifying income equal to 2.50 ( 2 1/2) times the monthly rental amount which is $1,240.  All income or information on funds to pay rent must be verifiable.
  2. Rent shall be paid by a single check.  Resident shall notify management of who shall be the party responsible to send the check. Failure to pay by a single check shall constitute a default in the lease agreement for that apartment.
  3. Any desired change of lessees on the lease must be pre approved by management and a lease amendment executed before the change in lessees must occur.
What is the policy relating to drug and criminal activity on the property? 

Any residents, occupants, guests, family members, or other persons related to or affiliated in any way with the resident shall not engage in any unlawful activity on or around the property.  The resident must promptly disclose all such unlawful activity in writing to Building Management so the proper authorities may be notified.

What can I do in the common areas? 

The halls, sidewalks, stairways, and other similar areas of the building shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose other than entrance to and exit from the apartments.

Loitering or causing disturbances are not permitted on the stairways or in the halls, lobbies or parking areas of the buildings. Residents are responsible for seeing that their visitors obey house rules while on the premises.  The use of skateboards, scooters or roller blades in any part of the community is prohibited.

Are food and beverages allowed in the common areas? 

Food and beverages of any kind are not to be consumed in any of the of the common areas.

Can I leave my personal property outside? 

Common areas are not to be used for storing furniture, luggage or other personal property. Personal property left in common areas will be tagged and it will be removed after 5 days. If the owner of the personal property can be identified, the person will be contacted to remove the item(s) within 5 days or Building Management may remove the personal property.

What are the noise restrictions? 

Residents should not make or permit any disturbing noise in the building.  Residents should not do or permit anything to be done that would interfere with the rights, comfort or conveniences of other residents.  The period from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. is considered quiet courtesy hours.  During this period, any activity that generates noise that unreasonably disturbs another resident is prohibited.

What is the window policy? 

Nothing should be thrown or emptied out of the windows of any apartment.  Nothing should be hung from the outside of the windows of any apartment.

Are signs permitted? 

No sign or message of any kind should be displayed on or from any residence, common area or limited common area (including any balcony), nor shall any sign or message of any kind be inscribed, painted, engraved or affixed to the exterior of any apartment, common area or limited common area (including any balcony) except as permitted by Building Management.

Should I “air out” my apartment? 

Hygienists recommend that homes be “aired out” on a regular basis to avoid the buildup of pollutants.  This can be done by opening the hall door when it is extremely cold outside or by cracking open the sliding door or windows for a few minutes with the furnace or air conditioning fan turned on. This should be done whenever the apartment seems stuffy. It is particularly important that this be done during the air conditioning season so that there is not an excessive build-up of humidity.

How do I dispose of my trash?

Residents are responsible for the disposal of all trash and rubbish from their apartment to the collection point which is outside the front side gate.

No furniture, mattresses or vehicle parts are to be left in the trash or recycle areas unless they are fully enclosed within the applicable dumpster or container.  Residents are responsible for the disposal of remodeling debris, rugs, furniture, appliances, Christmas trees and other large items. Such items or materials should not be placed in the dumpsters or other trash receptacles.

Can Building Management enter my apartment?

Building Management and its duly authorized agents have the right to enter any and all of the apartments, limited common areas and storage units in cases of emergency originating in or threatening such apartments or any other part of the premises, whether or not the residents of the apartment are present at the time.

Keys to each apartment will be maintained and secured in a locked box in the building manager’s office.  These keys will be used only when a resident is locked out, to allow authorized visitors access into a resident’s apartment, or if a threat of fire, water damage, or any other condition may adversely affect the common elements or other apartments. For non-emergencies, authorized workers may enter an apartment only with permission of the resident or with 24-hours written notice.

No key may be removed from the locked box in the building manager’s office and used for entry, except for purposes noted above, without the consent of the resident. No entry shall be provided to any individual without positive identification being given to Building Management at the time of entry. The person must be listed as a resident, occupant or approved person to enter the apartment.

No resident may install locks in addition to the standard door locks.

Where do I park? 

Each tenant is assigned a parking spot.  If someone has parked in your spot, please notify Management immediately.  If you park in another tenant’s assigned parking spot, this will result in your vehicle being towed.  No guest parking is allowed inside the gated area at any time.  No unauthorized vehicles are allowed to park inside the gated area at any time.  Multiple parking infractions will result in eviction.

Use of a parking space is at the sole risk of the tenant.  The Landlord has no liability to the resident or any other person for any claims, damages or costs (including attorney’s fees) arising from damage, loss, theft of any vehicle or other property (including property of the resident), or injury to or death of any person (including the resident and the resident’s family, agents, employees, visitors, or licensees) arising indirectly out of or in any way in connection with the use of the parking space. Some residents may have a rented garage.

Only passenger cars, small trucks and motorcycles are to be parked in the parking spaces. No trailers, mobile homes, trucks over three quarters of a ton, boats, recreational vehicles, buses or commercial vehicles may be left in the parking space unless authorized in writing by the Landlord.  No motor vehicle, trailer or other vehicle belonging to a resident or guest shall be parked in a way that impedes or prevents ready access to any other resident’s parking space. Vehicles must be parked within the designated parking spaces. Vehicles parked outside the lines or occupying more than one space or blocking traffic will be subject to towing at the resident’s expense.

All vehicles parked in reserved parking spaces must be highway drivable and currently and properly licensed. Current license plate numbers and vehicle descriptions must be registered with the Management office.

All vehicle doors and windows must be locked while unattended.

Failure to obey all laws, rules and management directives can result in warnings, fines, barreling and towing of the vehicle at the resident’s expense.  All fines will be charged to the resident’s account. The resident shall not perform repairs to vehicles on the property or allow them to be performed by others on the property.

Where do my visitors park?

Visitors may only park outside the complex on the street.  They may not park inside the gated area at any time.