News and Updates

Maintenance request - Date 03/23/2020

Hello Residents,
Note on maintenance requests; Only emergency maintenance request will be done at this point until futher notice,we are sorry for the inconveniences but we are trying to keep everyone safe.

Packages - Date 03/17/2020

Package Delivery Note;
If you have packages delivered to the office we ask for you to not come in the office to pick them up, we will arrange for someone from our staff to deliver them to you. We are practicing social distancing to keep you and our team as safe as possible. Thank you for your cooperation during this time.
Hilton Head

Fitness Center - Date 03/11/2020

NOTE ON FITNESS CENTER
Given their potential to transmit viruses, Keeping a clean sanatized gym is one of the most important things you can do to prevent an outbreak of the cold/flu/COVID-19 through our community. We're asking residents to wash their hands and wipe down equipment before and after their workout sessions. We wipe down everything every morning and evening. We are also asking resident to please not use the gym if you have the fever, nausea, runny nose, chest congestion or chills. Get some rest  and prevent others from getting sick. Thank you for your cooperation!! 

Pool Renovation - Date 02/26/2020

Hello Everyone! 
Just keeping you in the loop, there's some renovations coming to our community! Starting Friday Phase 2 Pool is getting a make over! 
 How exciting, Can not wait to see the renovations! 

Recycling Reminder - Date 02/21/2020

Please remember to keep lids closed to avoid water soaking up paper and cardboard.
Recycling bins are located building 11,16,18,22 and mail boxes.
If trash is found in recycling bin fines will incure.
If you have any question feel free to contact the leasing office.
Happy recycling!! Thank you for being a valued resident to Hilton Head and earth!

Happy Valentines Day! - Date 02/14/2020

Happy Valentines Day! We are having a Cookie Decorating Contest in the office today. Cookies and decorations will be provided. 1st place cookie winner will receive $75 off their rent! Happy Decorating!

Community policy reminder on grills - Date 02/05/2020

Grills: (Code 59 Paragraph 308.1.4): “Open-Flame cooking devices,” shall not be located (stored) or used (operated) on combustible balconies, decks, etc.

At move in each lease holder signed a community policy that reads: “fire laws and insurance requirements strictly prohibit the use of BBQ grills on the patios and balconies. Neither can be stored on patios or balconies. You are required to use the grills provided on the property.

Fire Marshal Inspection Coming soon - Date 01/31/2020

A City of Dallas Fire Marshal Inspector will be onsite Tuesday February 18th, 2020 to inspect the inside of the units. The inspector will be onsite at 9:00 AM.

They will be looking at:

  • Cabinets

  • Doors

  • All windows not being blocked in case of a fire

  • Smoke detectors working and hanging on the wall

  • Tubs & shower tile walls

  • Flooring for trip hazards

  • Patios for grills (they will open storage closets & fines will be given on the spot)

  • Breezeways for any trip hazards

  • Grease filters over stove to be clean

  • Breaker box

  • Extension cords used as permanent power

  • Electrical outlets must have covers and paint free

 

Please be prepared. We must have access to your apartment at this time. Please plan to secure your pets on this date so this inspection can go smoothly and quickly.

Multifamily Recycling Ordinance - Date 01/22/2020

 
On January 1, 2020, all apartments are required per the City Of Dallas to provide recycling services to their tenants and employees. This Multifamily Recycling Ordinance supports Dallas’s Zero Waste goal. Hilton Head has placed 4 Recyclying containers on the property. They are located by the following buildings 11, 18, 20 and 23.We've put together some Easy  3 Steps to Recycling, that will help get you moving in the right direction.







All containers should be empty, clean, and dry before recycling. They don't need to be perfect, but if there is food residue give it a quick rinse. This reduces contamination (recyclable items that become no longer recyclable) in recycling collection which increases the value of the items and supports the economy. You don't want liquids to get your paper and cardboard wet (or moldy) in the recycle bin so let items air dry before going in your bin.



Make sure you don't bag your recyclables, keep all items loose in the bin. Keep your bin covered so rain doesn't make everything wet.
 

Learn more about how to recycle at: http://www.timetorecycle.com/knowwhattothrow/#quiz

 

Office Closed Monday Jan. 20th - Date 01/17/2020

Office will be closed on Monday, but will reopen on Tuesday January 21st at 9am.

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