We want to take a moment to inform you of our adjusted Holiday Office Hours, for the coming week. Please see below for these changes, including a shortened day tomorrow, Wednesday 11/27/19. If you require assistance, wish to pick up a package, or have any questions, be sure to reach out before the office closes and our team begins celebrating!
It is another beautiful morning! And thankfully, a snow-free morning :)
I am pleased to notify you that all walkways have been cleared at this time. You have easy passage to travel if needed. We are continuing our efforts to clean-up trouble areas and apply salt throughout the community. The parking lots are drivable and we will work on plowing any open areas this morning.
As always, please reach out to the Leasing Office if you notice any trouble spots. We will be addressing areas we know about, but if you see something we have not, please give us a...
Nov 11 - Posted by nicolas.epperson McKinley Employee
Hello Valued Residents,
Our apologies in advance; however, the water will be temporarily shut off to buildings 1840 and 1860 while performing maintenance on a water main. There is an active leak being addressed, and maintenance is working diligently to have everything up and running as quickly as possible. The estimated time for water to be restored is 4pm today. Please forgive the inconvenience, and if you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to reach out to us. Have a great day!
Good morning, what a beautiful Winter day we have! As you may have noticed, there is a considerable amount of snow on the ground at this time. The snow began to stick around 6am this morning and it looks like it will continue throughout the day. I want to keep you in the loop with what our plans are for ensuring the community is safe and passable.
Our team of dedicated Maintenance Technicians are hard at work as we speak. They will be clearing snow from the entrances and sidewalks first, then applying salt to the surfaces. Additionally, the parking lots and...
We are sorry to announce that in approximately 10 minutes, water will be turned off to your building in order to complete an emergency plumbing repair. The shut-off should last approximately 30 minutes and we will notify you once it is complete.
When water has been restored, we recommend running your taps for a minute or so, in order to allow any loose sediment to work it's way through the line.