If you have an electrical emergency, call your electrician; if you have a plumbing emergency, call your plumber; if you have a medical emergency, call 911; if the place is on fire, call 911. Renters, call your landlord.

That sounds obvious, I know. But the office occasionally receives calls about emergencies that we can’t handle. After all, it’s every owner’s responsibility to protect their investment. Sometimes, that means meeting the repair company at the door…in the middle of the night.

In every condominium and apartment in the world, the most frequent problem has to do with water. We are no exception. To address the issue we have a maintenance plan for the regular cleaning of our drain pipes. In some cases this plan requires that we disturb you in order to access the kitchen drain under your sink. At other times we will be found working in the hallways where an access point is located.

Sometimes, the pipes clog in spite of our efforts. Of course, that happens at the most inconvenient time and day. You’ve heard of Murphy’s Law, right?

First-floor owners should be especially watchful for water accumulating in the kitchen sink or in the bathtub. If you think there is a problem, you can let us know by using the Maintenance Request form here on this website, or by calling the office. On the other hand, if you’re standing knee-deep in grey water (See top of the page.) you know what to do.

Parking spaces

Each owner is assigned one parking space for their use. If you need another space, please see the office to rent one of the available rental parking spots. Once you have rented a parking spot, you should display the monthly parking permit on your rear-view mirror when you occupy parking place.

The Condo Rules and Regulations require that your vehicle must display current registration, and cannot be left there for more than a month without being moved.

We also maintain a Visitor’s lot for short-term parking. If you have a visitor, they are welcome to park in any spot marked Visitor. If a visitor remains with you for over two weeks, however, you should tell the office, and rent an additional spot for them. To keep the Visitor’s parking available, we reserve the right to remove vehicles not abiding by these rules. Please remember that the Visitor’s Lot is not a place for rent-free additional parking for your other car.