Dog Walking Guide
- Dogs must be on leash at all times when outside of your unit.
- Be mindful that some residents are afraid of dogs. Make sure that your dogs are absolutely under your control.
- You must clean up after your pet.
- Please curb your dog consistent with the map below
- Dog should never, for any reason, be in the spaces bounded by red.
- Blue zones are preferred areas for curbing your dog.
- Dogs are permitted in the yellow zones; however, they may not be curbed in these areas
- Do not allow you dog to relieve itself on the shrubbery. It damages the plants.
- Please note that an area in front of the building and south of the putting green are now “dog free” zones. This is to provide residents with a grassy area that can be used without fear of whether dogs have been relieving themselves in the same space.
The following rules apply to all moves in and out of the Mill.
- Move-in/Move-Out Parking
- Do not block parked vehicles.
- In the front of the building parking is permitted curbside in the Yellow areas marked on the attached map. Curbside parking is permitted in all other areas (except the Red area) so long as other vehicles are not blocked.
- Do not park in any unpaved areas. You will be responsible for the cost of any landscaping repairs.
- All 2nd floor moves and large deliveries must use the freight elevator at the West end of the building.
- The passenger elevator may only be used for moves and large deliveries if the freight elevator is inoperable. See elevator supplement.
- Clean Up
- Recycle. We recommend that you recycle your corrugated moving boxes. Locations of recycling centers are posted on the dumpsters. If you dispose of the boxes in the dumpsters, break them down. If you fill the dumpsters with moving boxes, the cost of a special dumpster pick up will be assessed to your unit.
- If you’re moving out, do not leave items near the dumpsters. The trash company does not pick up these items. They have to be hauled off by your neighbors. You will be charged for the cost of disposal.
- Clean Up. If your move creates a mess in the hallways (or anywhere else), you are responsible for vacuuming or otherwise cleaning it up.
- Portable Storage Units (Pack Rat)
- If you are using a portable storage unit, it must be placed behind the Mill in the area shown in blue on the map.
- Portable storage units may not be left on the property more than 48 hours (72 if being used over a weekend).
- Before having a portable storage unit delivered, provide advance notice to the HOA and the property manager by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org and kathydecker@yorkproperties
- Please take precautions to prevent damage to the common areas. You are responsible for all damage caused by you or your movers.
- Do not use rocks or similar items to prop open doors. You will be charged for the cost of refinishing the floors. Yes, this really happens . . . a lot.
- The freight elevator is to be used for moves and deliveries only. Absolutely no passenger use.
- No one under 18 is allowed to be in the freight elevator at any time, even when the elevator is not operating.
- Do not use the freight elevator alone. If you are using the freight elevator, make sure one person remains outside.
- Carry a cell phone with you when using the freight elevator. This is not a passenger elevator. There is no emergency phone.
- Follow the operating instructions posted in the elevator.
- If the freight elevator is not operational, you may use the passenger elevator for moves.
- The passenger elevator is small and some furniture may not fit in the elevator.
- You are required to install the elevator pads if using the passenger elevator for moves or deliveries. The elevator pads are located in the 2nd floor closet near the elevator. Fold and return the elevator pads to the storage area when you have completed your move.
- The Move-In fee will be increased by $100 if you fail to use the elevator pads in connection with a move.
- You will be responsible for any damage that you or your movers cause in connection with a move.
- Do not block open the doors to the passenger elevator. This can cause the elevator to shut down. Not only will this hamper your move, you will be assessed the cost of the service call to reset the elevator.