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Update

COVID-19

With the uncertainties of COVID-19 impacting our communities, the Roers Property Management team wants to stay in touch with updates at our properties. Please continue to visit this page as we will provide further property updates regarding COVID-19 here. Visit the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention for the most up to date information.

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stay safe

Resident Updates

We wanted to send a quick reminder on a couple how to’s.  Just like everything else, things look a bit different!

 

 

HOW DO I REQUEST MAINTENANCE DURING THIS COVID-19 PANDEMIC? 

 

You can submit your maintenance request online through your portal in the convenience of your home!

 

At the recommendation of the NAA, one of our Maintenance Technicians will be reaching out to you to ask four questions prior to entering your home:

 

  1. Have you or anyone in your unit traveled outside of the US in the last 14 days? 
  2. Have you or any one in your unit had contact with anyone with confirmed COVID-19 in the last 14 days? 
  3. Is anyone in your unit quarantined? 
  4. Have you or any one in your unit had any of these symptoms in the last 14 days? 
  • Fever greater than 100 
  • Difficulty breathing 
  • Cough 

 

If you have an emergency request, outside of business hours, please call 701-371-9915 to submit your request.

 

To protect the health and safety of you and our staff, we are doing the following: 

  • If you are home when maintenance arrives, we ask that you retire to a separate room and, if possible, close the door to that room. 
  • Our technicians will wear a mask in your home while completing any work.

  

Please continue to be patient with your maintenance requests. We have several requests in our queue. As a result, it may take longer than regular for non-emergency requests to be completed. 

 

ARE THE RENTAL OFFICES OPEN?

 

Our offices are currently open, however we ask residents to schedule an appointment if you need to speak with a Property Ambassador. We are also available via phone at 701.388.6801or email at propertyambassadorssouth@roers.com.

 

To protect the health and safety of you and our staff, we are doing the following: 

  • Our Property Ambassadors will be wearing a mask at all times when they meet with residents or external customers
  • We continue to practice social distancing. Desk Shields have been installed in the offices and larger offices there are 6ft distance stickers on the ground when stopping at our offices.
  • Our staff continues to clean high-touched surfaces, wash hands and use hand sanitizer.

 

WHAT IF MYSELF OR SOMEONE IN MY APARTMENT TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19?

           

First and foremost, please notify Roers Property Management if this should happen via phone at 701.388.6801or email at propertyambassadorssouth@roers.com.

Roers Property Management will work closely with you and your roommates along with state and local health authorities to implement any steps required to protect the community. In the event that a resident informs Roers they have tested positive, the resident will be advised to follow all CDC guidelines, including a self-quarantine period. Roers will follow public health department guidelines on communication to other residents.

 

 

We are all in this together and want to remind everyone to be smart and continue to social distance. It is important to remember to limit the group gathers to no more than 10 people. We want to continue to keep all residents and staff safe during this time.

 

If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to your rental office.

 

Stay Safe!

HOW DO I REQUEST MAINTENANCE DURING THIS COVID-19 PANDEMIC? 

You can submit your maintenance request online through your portal in the convenience of your home!

At the recommendation of the NAA, one of our Maintenance Technicians will be reaching out to you to ask four questions prior to entering your home:

  1. Have you or anyone in your unit traveled outside of the US in the last 14 days? 
  2. Have you or any one in your unit had contact with anyone with confirmed COVID-19 in the last 14 days? 
  3. Is anyone in your unit quarantined? 
  4. Have you or any one in your unit had any of these symptoms in the last 14 days - Fever greater than 100 degrees, difficulty breathing or a cough?

If you have an emergency request, outside of business hours, please call 701-371-9915 to submit your request.

To protect the health and safety of you and our staff, we are doing the following: 

  • If you are home when maintenance arrives, we ask that you retire to a separate room and, if possible, close the door to that room. 
  • Our technicians will wear a mask in your home while completing any work.

Please continue to be patient with your maintenance requests. We have several requests in our queue. As a result, it may take longer than regular for non-emergency requests to be completed. 

 

ARE THE RENTAL OFFICES OPEN?

Our offices are currently open, however we ask residents to schedule an appointment if you need to speak with a Property Ambassador. We are also available via phone at 701-356-7368 or email at propertyambassadorssouth@roers.com.

To protect the health and safety of you and our staff, we are doing the following: 

  • Our Property Ambassadors will be wearing a mask at all times when they meet with residents or external customers
  • We continue to practice social distancing. Desk Shields have been installed in the offices and larger offices there are 6ft distance stickers on the ground when stopping at our offices.
  • Our staff continues to clean high-touched surfaces, wash hands and use hand sanitizer.

WHAT IF MYSELF OR SOMEONE IN MY APARTMENT TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19?

First and foremost, please notify Roers Property Management if this should happen via phone at 701-356-7368 or email at propertyambassadors@roers.com.

Roers Property Management will work closely with you and your roommates along with state and local health authorities to implement any steps required to protect the community. In the event that a resident informs Roers they have tested positive, the resident will be advised to follow all CDC guidelines, including a self-quarantine period. Roers will follow public health department guidelines on communication to other residents.

We are all in this together and want to remind everyone to be smart and continue to social distance. It is important to remember to limit the group gathers to no more than 10 people. We want to continue to keep all residents and staff safe during this time.

If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to your rental office.

Stay Safe!

Attention NDSU students, faculty and staff: Health officials are holding COVID-19 testing events on the North Dakota State University campus this week for all current NDSU students, faculty and staff.

 

Testing will take place in the west parking lot of the Fargodome. Testing is scheduled from Tuesday, Aug. 18 – Sunday, Aug. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. To help minimize the time spent waiting in line for your test, you can pre-register on the Department of Health’s website at: https://testreg.nd.gov/.

 

For more details prior to arriving for a test, please visit the Fargo Forum article.

 

Stay safe!

Good Afternoon, 

 

Our Roers Team is excited for your unit to move in. August is our busiest move in schedule of the year, so we are busy actively preparing for all the units to be ready.  With Covid-19 cases increasing in Cass County, our team is preparing for a safe and secure move in process for your group. 

 

Before your move in day please watch our orientation video by clicking here, and ensure that all roommates have renters insurance updated.

 

 

To share how the Move in Process will look this year we have created a Q&A which is below and also posted on our website here.

 

What does our unit need to do on day of check in? 

  • Make sure renters insurance has been turned in one week prior to move in time for each resident, your rent portal is set up so that rent is ready to be paid by August 1st, and that any other necessary paperwork has been completed.  
  • Limit residents onlyto attend the scheduled check in.  
  • Face coverings are suggested  
  • If anyone in your unit is sick, has symptoms, or had come in direct contact with a positive case do not attend the check in meeting. Please contact us at 701.356.7368 if this is the case. 

 

How will Check-ins go? 

Our overall goal is to limit close contact for the residents and their families. We appreciate your support and help in achieving this by following the process and safety guidelines. 

  • Residents onlywill come to registration table to check in with one of the Roers team members. This is where residents will receive information to complete their move in.  
  • Our team has already started the move in sheet, and it will be up in the unit ready for the new resident complete the move in inspection paperwork. 
  • Once the residents fill out all paperwork, one resident from the unit will come down to the registration table and turn it in to receive the unit's keys. 

What is Roers doing to make our Check-in safe? 

  • Team members will be wearing face coverings when encountering any residents or other team members closer than six feet.  
  • Vendors will be wearing face coverings when in units or when they cannot be more than six feet apart from others 
  • Directional signage in the hall will help the flow of traffic and minimize congestion points  
  • Front entry doors (if possible) will be propped open to avoid commonly touched surfaces 
  • Common spaces have been shut down or are being use with limited attendance and additional cleaning procedures.  
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at all registration tables 

 

Who do I contact if I have questions during the check in or after we receive keys? 

Please call, text, facetime, email or schedule a time and we will help answer any questions. 

701.356.7368 or propertyambassadors@roers.com 

Will you have welcome week events or activities?  

Our team is going to work hard to keep “community” in our properties by providing virtual events, door goodie drops, and socially distanced events when possible. Please continue to keep in contact with us at our Events page https://roers.com/property-management/residential/property-events/ as we communicate those fun events and activities.  

What if we are sick or cannot come to our move in due to Covid-19? 

Your safety comes first. We will work to accommodate you, but please also understand we will have over 175 move ins during this time so we will have to work together to find a replacement time. 

 

We know things have changed completely since the last time we connected with you and your lives probably look a lot different than they did two weeks ago. If you’re quarantined or isolating, here are a few tips to stay connected and hopeful during this uncertain time:

  • Focus on the things you can control, like your thoughts and behaviors. A great one to start with is by rephrasing “I’m stuck inside” to “I’m safe inside” or “I can finally focus on myself.”
  • Stay as close to your normal routine as possible. Try going to bed and waking up around the same time, eat meals at regular times, shower, adapt your work outs and get out of your PJ’s. Keeping to your routine will also help when we can finally get out of our homes and readjust to being back in our communities.
  • Try to not get caught up in endless Coronavirus coverage. It’s important to stay informed, just make sure you’re getting your information from reputable sources and also giving yourself a break from absorbing information every now and again. If you need to, control how many times you get information and schedule two times a day to check in.
  • There are so many ways we can still ‘see’ the people we love. So, even if it’s out of your comfort zone, no matter your age, give Zoom, FaceTime, Video Calling through Facebook or Google Duo a try and set up a virtual happy hour with friends, share a meal virtually with your family or just chat ‘face-to-face’ with those you love!
  • Come up with a new quarantine ritual. Our minds can’t have a negative and positive thought at the same time, so try to short-circuit your brain by starting a gratitude journal and recording three things you’re grateful for each day. Or, if it’s not snowing, take a walk at 5:30 every night or maybe do that even if it is Or check out RPM’s virtual events on Facebook Live like trivia, scavenger hunts, and hangman.
  • If you need help, ask someone. There are so many people who care about you. If you aren’t sure where to turn, call 2-1-1 for assistance with access to food, assistance with paying rent or utility bills, mental health support and referrals to other services. This free, confidential service is available to all Minnesota and North Dakota residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • If you are a Roers resident, and are concerned about your how you’re going to pay your rent, please reach out to a property ambassador so we can visit about options for you. During this uncertain time, we want to do our best to make sure your home is one thing that you can feel certain about.
  • And, as we’ve all probably heard by now, the best thing we can do is work to flatten the curve. So, stay home if you’re at all concerned that you’re not feeling well and make sure you’re washing your hands and disinfecting high-contact surfaces frequently.

We hope you’re doing well and are staying safe and healthy.

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With more and more confirmed cases of COVID-19 in North Dakota, our team is stepping up its game to do what we can to keep you and our staff safe. All of our offices are still open by appointment and our maintenance teams are still completing work orders in resident’s homes, however before we meet with you or have maintenance come into your home, we’re going to be checking in with you on four things: · Whether or not you’ve traveled in the last 14 days. · If you’ve knowingly had contact with anyone with confirmed COVID-19 in the last 14 days. · If you’ve had a fever greater than 100, difficulty breathing or a cough in the last 14 days. · Or if you’re currently experiencing fever over 100, difficulty breathing or cough. If the answer is yes to any of those, we’ll be happy to set up a virtual appointment or connect with you over the phone or, if your request is for maintenance, and it’s not an emergency, we’ll keep the work order open and reconnect with you after 14 days to see if it’s more appropriate for us to come in at that time. We appreciate your understanding during this time, as we work to find new ways to support each other.

As we learn more and navigate through the uncertainties of the COVID-19 virus, we wanted to reach out to you and share what the Roers Property Management Team is doing during this time.

At this time, we are choosing to keep our leasing offices open; should this change, we will notify you immediately. It is important to prioritize the health and safety of our residents and staff, so we’re taking actions to ensure our properties as safe as possible. If there are changes to our communities, the information will be updated first on this page and communicated by close of business daily. No email means no changes.

Our apartment communities are deep cleaned by professional cleaners weekly and property ambassadors will be sanitizing open office spaces daily. If you are feeling sick, please stay in your unit. If you need to connect with a member of our team, Management will be available by phone, text, email or video conferencing, if you are unable to go to the office.

Roers Property Management has also made the decision to do our part in social distancing by limiting the opportunity for group gatherings. Because of this, all community spaces will be closed until further notice.

Our Maintenance Teams will continue to complete work orders as they are received. If you or a member of your household is not feeling well, it is imperative that you inform our team, so we can make the best decision possible about how to complete your work order.

The impact of COVID-19 is continually evolving, and our team will make the best decisions possible with the information provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), local healthcare and government officials. Thank you for your understanding and attention while we all continue to adapt to the changes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does our unit need to do on day of check in? 

  • Make sure renters insurance has been turned in one week prior to move in time for each resident, your rent portal is set up so that rent is ready to be paid by August 1st, and that any other necessary paperwork has been completed.  
  • Limit residents onlyto attend the scheduled check in.  
  • Face coverings are suggested  
  • If anyone in your unit is sick, has symptoms, or had come in direct contact with a positive case do not attend the check in meeting. Please contact us at 701.356.7368 if this is the case. 

How will Check-ins go? 

Our overall goal is to limit close contact for the residents and their families. We appreciate your support and help in achieving this by following the process and safety guidelines. 

  • Residents onlywill come to registration table to check in with one of the Roers team members. This is where residents will receive information to complete their move in.  
  • Our team has already started the move in sheet, and it will be up in the unit ready for the new resident complete the move in inspection paperwork. 
  • Once the residents fill out all paperwork, one resident from the unit will come down to the registration table and turn it in to receive the unit's keys. 
  • Team members will be wearing face coverings when encountering any residents or other team members closer than six feet.  
  • Vendors will be wearing face coverings when in units or when they cannot be more than six feet apart from others 
  • Directional signage in the hall will help the flow of traffic and minimize congestion points  
  • Front entry doors (if possible) will be propped open to avoid commonly touched surfaces 
  • Common spaces have been shut down or are being use with limited attendance and additional cleaning procedures.  
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at all registration tables 

Your safety comes first. We will work to accommodate you, but please also understand we will have over 175 move ins during this time so we will have to work together to find a replacement time. 

Please submit any maintenance requests within your resident portal or call your Property Ambassador.

https://rent-roers.securecafe.com/residentservices/apartmentsforrent/userlogin.aspx

                At this time, our maintenance team is completing work orders as normal.

 

If you have been asked to self-quarantine, please know our maintenance team will complete work orders once quarantine has been completed. Safety of our staff and residents is of the upmost importance in order to keep everyone healthy.

Our team is going to work hard to keep community in our properties by providing virtual events, door goodie drops, and socially distanced events when possible. Please continue to keep in contact with us at our Events page https://roers.com/property-management/residential/property-events/ as we communicate those fun events and activities.  

 

If this occurs, Roers Property Management will work closely with state and local health authorities to implement any steps required to protect the community. In the event that a resident informs Roers they have tested positive, the resident will be advised to follow all CDC guidelines, including a self-quarantine period. Roers will follow public health department guidelines on communication to other residents.

All of our offices are still open by appointment and our maintenance teams are still completing work orders in resident’s homes, however before we meet with you or have maintenance come into your home, we’re going to be asking you four questions:

  • Whether or not you’ve traveled in the last 14 days.
  • If you’ve knowingly had contact with anyone with confirmed COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
  • If you’ve had a fever greater than 100, difficulty breathing or a cough in the last 14 days.
  • Or if you’re currently experiencing fever over 100, difficulty breathing or cough.

If the answer is yes to any of those, we’ll be happy to set up a virtual appointment or connect with you over the phone or, if your request is for maintenance, and it’s not an emergency, we’ll keep the work order open and reconnect with you after 14 days to see if it’s more appropriate for us to come in at that time.

As everyone is aware during this pandemic Roers has had to close all common area and amenity spaces to help flatten the curve and lessen the spread. Since Covid-19 began we have learned more and more each week as to how Roers can reopen those spaces by following guidelines given by North Dakota Department of Health and the CDC  in order to help keep our residents and staff safe. As we now know that Covid-19 will not be ceasing any time soon, we are all adjusting our mindsets to realize what our “new normal” is going to be.

We will all be set to a higher standard of safety when it comes to the buildings and are requiring the cooperation of all residents to follow guidelines that are put into place.

We will be opening common area spaces and amenities in a Phased approach and with restrictions/limitations for each area.

As of Wednesday, August 26th areas that are open are:

 

  • Fitness Center: Maximum of 7 people in fitness center at one time. Sign up sheets will be available for residents to reserve their time to workout. You will notice that every other cardio machine will be available for use. There will be signage on the cardio machines that are NOT allowed to be used. We are asking all residents to make sure they disinfect machines and equipment before and after use. As a reminder, everyone should continue to social distance while around others. The fitness center will be closed at 10am and 4pm daily for cleaning and disinfecting.
  • Racquet Ball Court: Maximum of 2 people at one time. We are asking all residents to make sure they equipment before and after use. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Volleyball Court: Open and maximum of 5 people per side. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Basketball Court: Open and maximum of 5 on the basketball court at one time. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Firepit: Open and no more than 10 people gathering. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Grilling Areas: Open and no more than 10 people gathering. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Sunbathing Decks & Patios: Open and sunbathing chairs must remain 6 ft apart. Patio tables must remain spaced 6 ft apart and not exceed 10 people for gathering. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Common Area Restrooms: Open. Cleaning and sanitizing will happen daily.
  • Pool, Hot Tub & Sauna: Open with limited occupancy. Regulations and Signup sheets are posted by the Pool Entrance. Furniture is spaced 6 feet apart and should remain that way. Non-residents are not allowed to be in the pool area.
  • Lounges & Study Rooms: Open, cleaning and sanitizing will occur daily. We as that no more than 2 people are using a study room at a time and that no more than 6 people are in the lounges at one time.

We are excited to be able to open up spaces again for everyone to be able to enjoy. Again we remind everyone to stay NDSMART and to follow the guidelines above. If we find that residents do not follow the guidelines, a lease infraction will be issued to the unit. We hope everyone understands how important this is in order for us to keep these spaces open and available for use.

If you have any questions please reach out to us at 701.356.7368 and as always stay safe.

As everyone is aware during this pandemic Roers has had to close all common area and amenity spaces to help flatten the curve and lessen the spread. Since Covid-19 began we have learned more and more each week as to how Roers can reopen those spaces by following guidelines given by North Dakota Department of Health and the CDC  in order to help keep our residents and staff safe. As we now know that Covid-19 will not be ceasing any time soon, we are all adjusting our mindsets to realize what our “new normal” is going to be.

We will all be set to a higher standard of safety when it comes to the buildings and are requiring the cooperation of all residents to follow guidelines that are put into place.

We will be opening common area spaces and amenities in a Phased approach and with restrictions/limitations.

As of Wednesday, August 26th areas that are open include:

  • Large Fitness Center: Open for maximum of 2 people in the fitness center at one time. Please see front entry of fitness centers for more details.  Sign up sheets will be available for residents to reserve their time to workout. We are asking all residents to make sure they disinfect machines and equipment before and after use. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Small Fitness Center: Open for maximum of 1 person in the fitness center at one time. Please see front entry of fitness centers for more details.  Sign up sheets will be available for residents to reserve their time to workout. We are asking all residents to make sure they disinfect machines and equipment before and after use. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Common Area Restrooms: Open. Cleaning and sanitizing will happen daily.
  • Lounges & Study Rooms: Open, cleaning and sanitizing occurring daily. Maximum of two people in a study room at a time and no more than 6 in the lounge at one time.

We are excited to be able to open up spaces again for everyone to be able to enjoy. Again we remind everyone to stay NDSMART and to follow the guidelines above. If we find that residents do not follow the guidelines, a lease infraction will be issued to the unit. We hope everyone understands how important this is in order for us to keep these spaces open and available for use.

If you have any questions please reach out to us at 701.356.7368 and as always stay safe.

As everyone is aware during this pandemic Roers has had to close all common area and amenity spaces to help flatten the curve and lessen the spread. Since Covid-19 began we have learned more and more each week as to how Roers can reopen those spaces by following guidelines given by North Dakota Department of Health and the CDC  in order to help keep our residents and staff safe. As we now know that Covid-19 will not be ceasing any time soon, we are all adjusting our mindsets to realize what our “new normal” is going to be.

 

We will all be set to a higher standard of safety when it comes to the buildings and are requiring the cooperation of all residents to follow guidelines that are put into place.

We will be opening common area spaces and amenities in a Phased approach and with restrictions/limitations for each area.

As of Thursday, May 28th areas that will be opening:

  • Fitness Center: Maximum of 1person in fitness center at one time. Sign up sheets will be available for residents to reserve their time to workout. We are asking all residents to make sure they disinfect machines and equipment before and after use. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Grilling Areas: Open and no more than 10 people gathering. Reminding everyone to continue to Social Distance while around others.
  • Common Area Restrooms: Open. Cleaning and sanitizing will happen daily.

We are excited to be able to open up spaces again for everyone to be able to enjoy. Again we remind everyone to stay NDSMART and to follow the guidelines above. If we find that residents do not follow the guidelines, a lease infraction will be issued to the unit. We hope everyone understands how important this is in order for us to keep these spaces open and available for use.

If you have any questions please reach out to us at 701.356.7368 and as always stay safe.

As everyone is aware during this pandemic Roers has had to close all common area and amenity spaces to help flatten the curve and lessen the spread. Since Covid-19 began we have learned more and more each week as to how Roers can reopen those spaces by following guidelines given by North Dakota Department of Health and the CDC  in order to help keep our residents and staff safe. As we now know that Covid-19 will not be ceasing any time soon, we are all adjusting our mindsets to realize what our “new normal” is going to be.

We will all be set to a higher standard of safety when it comes to the buildings and are requiring the cooperation of all residents to follow guidelines that are put into place.

We will be opening common area spaces and amenities in a Phased approach and with restrictions/limitations for each area.

As of Thursday, May 28th areas that will be opening:

  • Fitness Center: Maximum of 2 people in fitness center at one time. There will be signage on the cardio machines that are NOT allowed to be used. Sign up sheets will be available for residents to reserve their time to workout. We are asking all residents to make sure they disinfect machines and equipment before and after use. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.
  • Playground: The playground will be opened to a maximum of 5 people on the playground area at a time. The playground equipment will not be sanitized by Roers staff. As a result, we are asking that all residents wash their hands with soap for at least 20 seconds or to use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.

 

Areas that will Remain CLOSED until further notice:

  • Clubhouse: Remain closed until further guidelines from the City. This is to prevent gatherings in enclosed spaces and in accordance with sq. ft. guidelines.

We are excited to be able to open up spaces again for everyone to be able to enjoy. Again we remind everyone to stay NDSMART and to follow the guidelines above. If we find that residents do not follow the guidelines, a lease infraction will be issued to the unit. We hope everyone understands how important this is in order for us to keep these spaces open and available for use.

If you have any questions please reach out to us at 701.483.9262 and as always stay safe.

As everyone is aware during this pandemic Roers has had to close all common area and amenity spaces to help flatten the curve and lessen the spread. Since Covid-19 began we have learned more and more each week as to how Roers can reopen those spaces by following guidelines given by North Dakota Department of Health and the CDC  in order to help keep our residents and staff safe. As we now know that Covid-19 will not be ceasing any time soon, we are all adjusting our mindsets to realize what our “new normal” is going to be.

 

We will all be set to a higher standard of safety when it comes to the buildings and are requiring the cooperation of all residents to follow guidelines that are put into place.

We will be opening common area spaces and amenities in a Phased approach and with restrictions/limitations for each area.

As of Thursday, May 28th areas that will be opening:

  • Playground: The playground will be opened to a maximum of 5 people on the playground area at a time. The playground equipment will not be sanitized by Roers staff. As a result, we are asking that all residents wash their hands with soap for at least 20 seconds or to use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. Reminding everyone to continue to social distance while around others.

We are excited to be able to open up spaces again for everyone to be able to enjoy. Again we remind everyone to stay NDSMART and to follow the guidelines above. If we find that residents do not follow the guidelines, a lease infraction will be issued to the unit. We hope everyone understands how important this is in order for us to keep these spaces open and available for use.

If you have any questions please reach out to us at 701.483.9262 and as always stay safe.

The amenities are closed,
now what am I supposed to do?

We know this is a difficult time for everyone and wanted to provide resources that would give you outlets for ideas and resources:

Communicate

Reaching out to people you trust is one of the best ways to reduce anxiety, depression, loneliness, and boredom during social distancing, quarantine, and isolation.

Communicate

Reaching out to people you trust is one of the best ways to reduce anxiety, depression, loneliness, and boredom during social distancing, quarantine, and isolation.

For more details on how to keep yourself safe please visit the CDC website.

For additional information from the CDC please access fact sheets