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East Brown Cow COVID-19 Update

Updated 3/18/2020

Author: Jessica James/Wednesday, March 18, 2020/Categories: News

We wanted to share the steps we are taking to keep you, our employees, and our community safe during the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation. The safety of our collective East Brown Cow community is always our top priority.

We are following recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, State, and local authorities in taking extra precautionary measures in all of our properties and at our office. We have implemented enhanced cleaning procedures within the common areas of our properties, our office, and our company vehicles. We have also provided our staff with education and support related to COVID-19. All employees are reminded to stay home if they are feeling any cold or flu symptoms, wash hands frequently throughout the day, and have been encouraged to limit their travel plans.

In keeping with social distancing recommendations, our office door is locked to the public and approximately half of our staff are working remotely. If you need to stop by for any reason during regular business hours, please knock on the door and a member of our team will assist you. As our maintenance team continues their work of caring for our properties, we ask that tenants be mindful when submitting work requests. As part of the collective effort to “flatten the curve”,  non-urgent requests may be postponed until further notice.

All tenants and vendors are asked to notify building management immediately if they learn one of their employees or visitors to their establishment has contracted COVID-19 or has been directly exposed, even if not yet showing symptoms.

Please keep in mind that the tenant portal on our website is still accessible and your property management team is available by phone and email at all times. We will continue to communicate any new information as circumstances evolve.  

Thank you very much for your cooperation and participation in keeping our staff, our buildings, and our community safe and healthy.

Please be well and stay safe.





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