Support for our Carolyn Court Residents during COVID-19
We are here to support you during this unprecedented time – and as responsible residential property managers, we are committed to sharing important information and valuable resources with you.
First and foremost, we are postponing any rental increases that are to take effect as of April 1st, 2020 or later. These increases will be deferred and become effective July 1st, 2020.
In our city, a key resource is Toronto Public Health and information can be obtained through them at the following website: https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/health-wellnesscare/diseases-medications vaccines/coronavirus/
We greatly value our residents, and we will be carefully monitoring the situation. We have instructed Leo and Clarissa to devote extra attention to cleaning significant touch points in the common areas of the building, including main entrance/exit doors, stairwells, any common washrooms, furniture, chute rooms, hallways, stairwe elevators. In addition to this, as an extra precaution, we intend to treat frequent touchpoints with the GermGuard Treat & Protect Program. This treatment is registered by Health Canada and kills up to 99% of germs on contact. It also works as a safety net between cleanings to reduce and protect against germs and bacteria up to 6 months. It is the same treatment the TTC puts on buses and streetcars.
Our top priority continues to be the health and well-being of our residents and employees as we provide essential services in a safe manner. We will continue to identify additional initiatives to further support you.
We would like to further suggest that you limit your visitors to the building. Fewer visitors means less exposure to germs for everyone. We would suggest that only essential visitors are permitted into the building from this point forward.
In the meantime, we urge you to follow the guidance of public health officials in the coming days and weeks. And as we are all spending more time in and around our buildings, thank you for respecting one another and the requirement for social distancing
In these uncertain times, we want to wish you and your loved ones all the best.
Stay well and stay safe,
~ The Management