Moving can be stressful, but let’s look out for each other – and our community at Cottonwood Crossing — by following these simple rules.
Breakdown those boxes!
This goes without saying, right?! Well — we’re saying it because we noticed boxes starting to pile up in the dumpster area. Respect the needs of other residents — and the rules — by breaking down your boxes to prevent overflowing dumpsters.
Separate your trash, recycling, and (don’t forget) compost
Compost reduces the amount of trash that makes it to the landfill; it’s the right thing to do for the environment; and — well -it’s the law!
Curious what is allowed in the compost? Hint: it no longer includes compostable foodware!
Find out more about what is — and is NOT compostable — by viewing this local composting information guide.
Please park in the back
It’s pretty awesome that one of commercial clients sells pizza, right?! Well, they’ve asked us a favor (which is a community guideline, as well). Leave the parking spaces out front for their customers! This includes the spaces between 31 Cottonwood Dr and 32 Cottonwood Dr, and spaces between Community Bank and 32 Cottonwood Dr.
Locked out? Yikes — it’s going to cost you $$
We realize that lock-outs are going to happen — especially when you’re stressed and moving all of your belongings. Just know that it’s going to cost you (currently $150, to be exact, but subject to change!) when we need to send a technician to let you back in.
Submit Maintenance Requests online !
For non-emergencies, residents should submit maintenance requests online (click here). Examples include a door that won’t shut or a lighting fixture that won’t turn on.
For an emergency (such as an active water leak), residents should call one of the following two numbers:
- Call our office at (802) 864-5200 Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm
- Call our After Hours Emergency Maintenance Pager at (802) 657-0378
Keep in mind that residents may be charged fees for:
- (1) misuse of the emergency pager, such as calling for a tripped circuit breaker that residents should reset; or
- (2) resident caused issues, such as lock-out.