We hope this finds you and your families safe and practicing all COVID-19 safety guidelines.
As you are aware, Governor DeSantis has issued a state-wide “Stay- At-Home” decree. This order still allows for certain “essential services” to continue, and individuals employed in these services may continue to work.
While the services provided by our staff and vendors for the upkeep and cleanliness of our common areas do fall under the “essential services” guidelines, the possibility of service and scheduling disruptions may exist. To that end, we ask for you to be patient and understanding as
we all continue to work together to navigate these difficult times.
As a reminder, if you have tested positive for the Coronavirus or have been in direct contact with an individual who has tested positive, please notify building management immediately. Upon being made aware of any confirmed contact or diagnosis, the management team will:
• Coordinate with you for trash removal and any other needs/issues that may arise
• Assist you with making arrangements for elevator service and ingress/ egress should you need to leave the building for medical treatment.
• Elevator usage is recommended to be limited to one household (or three people) at a time in order to maintain social distancing measures.
• All building staff must wear gloves and masks when entering your units and as available.
• Please limit personal guests and visitors from entering the building. Essential visitors include, but are not limited to, care workers, home aids, nurses, and immediate family.
• No outside visitors may access the building from 10:00pm to 5:00am, per the city-wide curfew.
• Face-to-face meetings with management have been suspended until further notice, per the CDC guidelines. Please be aware that our management team is fully available by phone, email, and the Resident Portal to address any resident need.
Good Neighbor Reminders:
• Please keep the noise levels down, even during the day, as many residents are now working and/or studying from home.
• Please be courteous to all and refrain from smoking in the building, including the units, on the balconies, and throughout the common areas.
• Please do not wash your balconies or allow water or debris to fall off your balconies; this creates unsanitary conditions, damage to property, and a nuisance to your neighbors below.
• Social distancing is ultimately about creating physical distance between people who do not live together. For individuals, it means keeping at least six feet between you and others while in public and avoiding physical contact with people who do not share your home.
• These restrictions also include small or large groups, both inside and outside of your apartment. Right now, everyone should limit close contact to family members and cohabitants only, including while at home. Unfortunately, this still means no play dates or dinner/birthday parties with a few friends.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Please do your part to help keep our community safe!
Senior Community Manager
Monarc at Met