After regular business hours, our management company has a very efficient emergency response system in place in order to respond to appropriate emergencies, which are situations that can cause the damage of property. Our management company can do little about your neighbor’s dog barking at 3:00 a.m., but a call to the patrol company or, as a last resort, to the local police about the disturbance may help get immediate attention. The best way for this kind of a situation to be handled in the long term, is for you and your other affected neighbors to report it in writing to the Board of Directors in care of management. Prowlers and vandals are best handled by the local law enforcement officials. That is not to say that the Board or management does not want to know about this activity. They do, in order to monitor the community, but the quickest, most effective response and enforcement will come from the Police or Sheriff’s Department. However, if a broken common area sprinkler or irrigation timer is threatening property, the management company should be notified so that the landscape contractor can be called to solve the problem. A rule of thumb to remember when determining whether or not to call the management company after-hours is that if the property threatening situation can be addressed by one of the Association’s contractors, and if not reported immediately will cause personal or property damage, then call. After hours on-call personnel will be notified and the situation addressed. Remember, our Board of Directors and management depend upon the eyes and ears of the community to make sure that all of the community’s needs are met. Please don’t hesitate to contact management during normal business hours with any questions you may have about the after hours policy
It doesn’t take much to remember that we have pets in our community. In fact, if you don’t watch your step, your liable to step in one such reminder! Besides being unsightly and smelly, animal waste can be hazardous to the health of our children who play in the community and other pets. One of the most common forms of disease transmission between dogs is through fecal matter. When walking your dog in our community, remember that it should be leashed. Also, it is important to remember to immediately clean up after your pet. Take along a baggie with you to pick up waste with and then dispose of it properly. By taking a few simple steps to clean up after your pet, you can contribute not only to the beautification of our community, but also towards the elimination of one of the most irritating nuisances in our community. Thank you for your cooperation!
The leading cause of home clothes dryer and washer fires is failure to clean them.
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Have your dryer installed and serviced by a professional.
Do not use the dryer without a lint filter.
Make sure you clean the lint filter before or after each load of laundry. Remove lint that has collected around the drum.
Rigid or flexible metal venting material should be used to sustain proper air flow and drying time.
Make sure the air exhaust vent pipe is not restricted and the outdoor vent flap will open when the dryer is operating. Once a year, or more often if you notice that it is taking longer than normal for your clothes to dry, clean lint out of the vent pipe or have a dryer lint removal service do it for you.
Keep dryers in good working order. Gas dryers should be inspected by a professional to make sure that the gas line and connection are intact and free of leaks.
Make sure the right plug and outlet are used and that the machine is connected properly.
Follow the manufacturer’s operating instructions and don’t overload your dryer.
Turn the dryer off if you leave home or when you go to bed.
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If you have a work order request please email firstname.lastname@example.org If the matter requires immediate attention we do offer an after hours service seven days a week from 7:00 pm thru 7:00 am . The On Call Manager will respond to your call and address your emergency. Please call 800 400-2284 and follow the prompts for after hours emergencies. PLEASE NOTE EMERGENCIES ARE DEEMED TO BE AN ITEM THAT REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ATTENTION SUCH AS A BROKEN WATER LINE, OR ACTIVE ROOF LEAK. LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCIES SHOULD BE REPORTED BY CALLING 911
Several members have contacted Management regarding FOB Reactivation that you or your tenant failed to activate earlier this year. We are currently working on activating the system and will process any FOB that may need activation, (so long as the FOB was not deactivated due to non payment of assessments or an outstanding non compliance).
To ensure your FOB is activated please contact our Community Care Department via email at email@example.com Subject line; Victoria Gardens FOB Activation Please include your full address along with a photo of the FOB numbers you are attempting to activate. In the event that the numbers are no longer visible, you will need to return your FOB and have a new FOB activated.
Action Property Management is excited to begin this relationship with Victoria Gardens and its homeowners.
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