Kalmia Court Blog Monday, September 25, 2017
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Kalmia Court Condominiums Welcomes You To Our New Website! Monday, September 25, 2017
Our website has been designed to help keep you informed about our community so that you can feel at home and in touch with your neighbors. Our website has a range of features which will help you communicate not only with your neighbors but with our association and management company as well.

My Resident Area:  
Once you have registered online, please select the "My Residents Area"  under the Welcome button (top, right), View and Update your Profile. To provide consent for your telephone and/or email to be included in the Resident Directory, in your Profile area, uncheck the "private" box.  If the privacy box is NOT checked, your telephone and/or email WILL be available for other HOA members to see.  If it is checked, the information will remain private. The HOA website directory is only available to residents who have created a website account and login, and is NOT to be distributed to anyone outside of the HOA for any reason. 

Website Services:  These are just some of the features we currently offer on our website: 
  • Safely pay your assessments online via eCheck or credit card
  • Create, modify and view recurring assessment payments
  • Access to your account transaction history in real-time
  • View your neighborhoods upcoming events in the calendar section

Contact Us Tab:  For information about HAVEN, click the Contact Us tab.
Residents who have logged in to the site can leave comments or suggestions under the Resident Questions.

Important Snow Removal Monday, September 25, 2017
Sidewalks and Walkways:  at 2" of accumulation and snow has stopped falling (meaning anything less than 2" and snow has stopped there will be NO site visit to remove the snow).

Parking Lot: at 4" of accumulation and the snow has stopped falling (meaning anything less than 4" and snow has stopped there will be NO site visit to remove the snow).

If there is extraordinarily heavy snow storm, the Board can authorize additional snow removal.  When workers are on the property they will spread ice melt on steps and walkways.  Ice melt buckets have been placed in all the stairwells.  If you see icy spots, help keep your neighbors and visitors safe by spreading ice melt yourself.

Check Smoke Detector Information Monday, September 25, 2017
The smoke detectors that are hard wired into your units are likely more than 15 years old!  Components, such as smoke and co-detectors need to be replaced every 5-7 years.  This is the responsibility of the individual homeowner.