Welcome to Ridgewood Apartments!!
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January 2019 Events & Reminders:
Attention Residents: Even colder weather is approaching and
we want to be prepared! Be sure to report maintenance issues promptly,
this includes inside of your unit and on the grounds that you may see (i.e. ice patches that need melting)
1/17/2019 - The next Neightborhood Watch Meeting will be held
on the THIRD Thursday this month, January 17th from 5:30 pm to 6 pm @ the Office!
Our new Security Officer, Sheri Cartwright, will be present to teach us
about how we can practice safety techniques to better our lives at Ridgewood!
This is also the perfect time to meet her if you haven't already!!
**Neighborhood Watch Meetings are normally scheduled on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
RIDING TOY CONFISCATION:
All riding toys should be permitted at this time, as the deadline was September 30,, 2018. We will be confiscating all non-permitted and improperly stored riding toys on property on Wednesday, January 30, 2019. Thereafter, riding toys will be confiscated weekly if not permitted or stored properly. This includes riding toys in breezeways upstairs and downstairs. As a reminder, there is a new large bike rack located behind B building, two bike racks by the basketball court and one in front of the F building. Permitted riding toys are only allowed to be stored inside your apartment or on one of our bike racks. If all bike racks are full, the only other option is to store them inside the apartment. No exceptions.
Any riding toys being stored on the bike racks must be stored properly and upright, not thrown beside it or around it.
Rule Reminder: “EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2018: ANY BICYCLES/SCOOTERS/RIDING TOYS FOUND ON PROPERTY WITHOUT A PERMIT WILL BE REMOVED BY MANAGEMENT, HELD FOR UP TO 14 DAYS FROM THE DATE REMOVED, AND WILL BE DISPOSED OF IF NOT CLAIMED BY A HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD OR ADULT HOUSEHOLD MEMBER.”
REPORTING TO YOUR ON-SITE COURTESY OFFICER:
If you have a noise complaint or criminal activity complaint, you are to contact the on-site courtesy officer at (615) 568-0015. Do not wait until the manager is back on site to report these types of complaints.
If you complain to the office about the above mentioned issues, but did not contact the courtesy officer at the time of the incident, you will be re-directed to contact her if/when the issue repeats. Her phone number is posted on the newsletter every month, as well as on the office voicemail. She is here as a resource to you and your community, please utilize this.
When calling the courtesy officer, you will need to give her your apartment number. This information will be confidential and not given to the party you are complaining on. The courtesy officer may then need to enter your apartment in order to witness the noise so that we have documentation to back up the lease violation/termination that may be sent to the accused party. If you do not give your apartment number, the issue may not be able to be resolved.
DOMESTIC COMPLAINTS: If you think that a domestic violence incident is occurring on property, DO NOT contact the courtesy officer. This specific type of complaint has to be reported by the witness who heard the incident taking place. You are to contact the police directly if you think or know a violent crime is taking place. The courtesy officer cannot interfere in a violent altercation.
TIP: If your vehicle is left unlocked, you are subject to theft that is not considered “breaking and entering.” Please make sure you are not a victim of this and keep your doors locked, as well as not storing valuable items, purses, computers, etc. in your vehicle.
** Kid's Cooking Classes have been canceled
indefinitely due to lack of interest **
Please call 615-643-2666 if you have any questions on any of our events!!