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As you know, Hurricane Season begins June 1st and ends November 30.  We want to take the time to provide some helpful tips and reminders that we share among our industry peers and communities.   Please use sensible precautions and only travel when absolutely necessary during a hurricane and or flash flood watch.   Please review the information below courtesy of Department of Housing and Urban Development and  


Keep your vehicles filled up with gas at all times. / Bring in all outdoor objects; they can cause serious injury. Such as, but not limited to Patio Furniture, Hanging Plants, Trash Cans, Gardening Tools, Pits/Grills.  If possible, move furniture and valuables to higher ground.


If you have pets, prepare for them.  Make sure your pets are current on their vaccinations as shelters may require proof.  If you  make sure your pets are current on their vaccinations.  Pet shelters may require proof.  If your pet requires a carrier, be sure it is the appropriate size.  Carriers should be large enough for your pert to stand and turn around.  For more information, visit:


When officials recommend evacuation, LEAVE! Do not try to ride out a hurricane in a high-risk area.  Know your local Emergency Management Contacts. For assistance, visit:  .If you would have difficulty evacuating by yourself, plan ahead, call 2-1-1 or your local Emergency Management agency.    Know the evacuation routes for your area. Contact your local Emergency Management for that information or visit: .  Know where shelters are located along your route in case clogged roads prevent you from reaching your destination.  Please listen to government agencies when providing evacuation directives.

In the event that you do evacuate, please feel free to notify your leasing center manager or complete this form.  We will store this information in case your family is trying to locate you.  Send your Name, Name of Anyone with your, your unit number and the date/time you left and where you are headed.

Survival Kit

Assemble a family emergency supply kit and have it ready to go at a moment’s notice. It should contain the following items:

  • Renters Insurance Information + Detailed Inventory

  • Personal Identification

  • Flashlight with extra batteries,

  •  Extra eye glasses

  •  Medications and prescriptions,

  •  Special products for babies and the elderly

  • Bottled water

  • Non-perishable food

  • Bedding (blankets, pillows etc.)

  • Important documents sealed in waterproof containers and /or photos in your cell phone.

  • To-go Bag / Include all the above, plus:

    • Water and nonperishable food

    • Maps (State and Local) Do not rely on cell service during a major storm.

    • Important documents such as proof of residence, pictures of your family, including pets, insurance docs and tax records

    • Comfortable clothing & blankets

    • Unique family needs such as pet supplies, infant supplies, etc.


Remember that due to fire hazards, you may not use candles, kerosene lamps or flammable materials inside your apartment without our prior written approval. Thank you for taking the time to review and consider the tips we have provided. Please contact our office or that of your local leasing center with questions or comments. We do not represent that these are all the preparations you should undertake. For more information, visit FEMA’s website at or call the police or sheriff’s department.

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