Top Hiking Trails in Fort Wayne

trails in fort wayne

trails in fort wayne

Want to get out of the apartment and spend some time in nature? Fort Wayne has a lot of mind-blowing trails nestled across the city just waiting for you to explore. Get out and enjoy some of these hiking trails in Fort Wayne.

Top Hiking and Walking Trails in Fort Wayne

As the second-largest city in the state, it can be hard to narrow down your options to figure out where to hike in Fort Wayne. We took the guesswork out of it for you. The five parks and trails listed below offer some of the best of the best that our city has to offer.

Lindenwood Nature Preserve

There are 4 hiking trails to explore within this 110-acre park ranging from 0.5 miles to 1 mile in length. Tackle 1 or all of these trails to see lots of wildlife, have a picnic, or practice your nature photography.

Admission is free and one of the trails is fully accessible for wheelchairs and strollers.

Franke Park Trails

Want to do a little bit of everything from visiting a zoo and enjoying a concert to fishing and lounging by a lake? Franke Park has a trail for every activity you could possibly want on your itinerary.

The longest trail is a 6.7-mile loop, but there are many shorter trails to try if you’re looking for something shorter.

Pufferbelly Trail

Named for the locomotive that used to puff steam along the nearby tracks, this rail trail is a must-visit. Today the trail extends 4.9 miles from Pentolina Grove towards the city. Future plans to expand the trail will have it stretch 13 miles, making it one of the longest walking trails in Fort Wayne.

River Greenway Trail

When it comes to Fort Wayne hiking trails this is by far the most scenic. Spanning 24 miles and crossing three rivers, the River Greenway Trail is the perfect way to have an adventure in the city and explore the surrounding area.

The trail connects most of the city, giving you a nature-filled way to explore the city on foot or by bike.

Fox Island Trail

Say hello to the best scenic areas in Fort Wayne. Fox Island features over 600 acres of land and 7 miles of trails. The island is known for its wildlife sightings and diverse environment. You’ll spot many different local species as you trek across marshland and around ponds.

A visit any time of the year is always a treat, but Fox Island is especially magical in the fall when the leaves turn bright shades of red and yellow across the different landscapes.

Which Trails Will You Choose?

There are dozens of hiking trails near Fort Wayne. That’s why you need to know which to visit and which to miss. There’s no one better than a local to help you discover exciting places to visit in the city.

If the hiking and walking trails in Fort Wayne have you thinking about finding an apartment closest to your favorite trail, contact Willow Creek Crossing Apartments.

4 Common Monthly Expenses to Budget Throughout the Year

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monthly expenses

Keeping track of monthly expenses is the key to achieving your financial goals.

There’s a select group of people in our society that doesn’t really have to think about money. For most others, however, it’s the prevailing issue that commands a lot of attention. Living paycheck to paycheck can take a toll on you, but not if you know how to budget.

In this post, we’re going to tell you the 4 most common monthly expenses that you need to budget for throughout the year. If you can maintain and stick to your budget, then you can gradually conquer the money problem.

1. Mortgage/Rent

Keeping a roof over your head is one of the biggest reasons we all have to work. If you’re not budgeting for your monthly rent or mortgage payments, then you’re going to be in trouble fast.

Depending on where you live and what you live in, this could take up more or less of your budget. For instance, if you own a house, your mortgage, property tax, and housing maintenance are going to take up a good chunk of your monthly funds. Renting in Fort Wayne allows you to allocate a larger portion of your funds to other areas.

2. Phone/Internet

Our phone bills are getting more and more expensive since we spend most of the day using them now. On the other hand, no one has a landline anymore, so there’s only one phone bill to worry about. A typical phone plan might be in the $50-80 range per month.

Similarly, your internet bill has increased over the year because we rely more heavily on streaming and things that use more bandwidth. The flip side, again, is that more people are cord-cutting and moving to streaming services, so a big cable bill isn’t a massive expense anymore.

3. Transportation

If you’ve got a car, you open up another world of monthly expenses. Between monthly car payments (if you’re leasing or paying off a car loan), insurance, plates, and gas, you’re looking at several hundred dollars per month. Depending on where you live, a vehicle might be a necessity for getting to and from work or getting groceries.

4. Utilities

Utilities such as electricity and water are two essentials whether you’re living in a house or an apartment. Some apartment communities cover one or both of these for you. Find out which utilities you are responsible for and the average cost per month and add these into your monthly budget.

Taking Control of Your Monthly Expenses

Now that you understand some of the larger expenses you need to budget for you can take control of your monthly expenses. One of the best ways to lower your monthly expenses is to rent an affordable apartment.

Renting at Willow Creek Crossing allows you to focus on saving money instead of spending it. Our apartments have amazing amenities and are located in the heart of Fort Wayne. Contact us today to apply.

New Year, New Apartment: 3 Things to Look for in Your New Apartment Rental

New apartment rental

New apartment rental

Outside, inside and other. Those are the three categories of checklists when considering renting a new apartment. You need checklists when searching for an apartment that suits you. You can use those same checklists when actually viewing the apartment.

Whether you’re hoping to rent an apartment at Willow Creek Crossing, or elsewhere in Fort Wayne, Indiana, these lists will help you get started. 

So, let’s get down to the things to look for when hunting for an apartment.

Outside

  • Location and daily logistics are chief among external factors when choosing a place to rent. How close are the nearest grocery stores or restaurants? What else is nearby?
  • If you work away from home, what will your commute be like? Check the apartment’s proximity to schools, places of worship, the local gym, sports center, or public park.
  • Assess how noisy the immediate surroundings will be. Is the apartment on a busy road or too close to train tracks? Is there a noisy construction site or a large sports stadium nearby?
  • Ask about private parking for your vehicle, if you have one. Spend time on the balcony or other outdoor space attached to the apartment to figure out how noisy your neighbors are likely to be.
  • Take a look at the security arrangements for the building and the community. Where are the mailboxes located? Is the property well lit?
  • What community amenities such as swimming pools and fitness centers are there? Is there a fee to pay in addition to your rental?

Inside

  • On your first visit to an apartment, check for any signs of old leaks and address them. Also look for damp conditions that could cause mold, which could negatively impact your health. A moldy smell in the kitchen, bathroom, or closets is a sign of danger.
  • Check how much storage space you will have and find out if you will have additional secure storage space outside.
  • Confirm which appliances in the apartment are included. Fridges, stoves, and dishwashers often come as standard. Some apartments may also come with clothes washers and dryers. Find out what type of HVAC system there is and what the typical heating bill will be.
  • Does the building have a pet-friendly policy? If you don’t have pets but do have allergies, or are averse to barking dogs, a pet-friendly building might not be for you!

Other New Apartment Rental Tips

  • Check that your lease covers everything, including the landlord’s responsibility for repairs and response times, stipulations regarding the return of your advance deposit upon termination. Check that you can indeed sign a lease for a period of one year, renewable if that is what you want.
  • Check out the organization you will be renting from. Many of them have an online presence, and testimonials from existing and former residents. These things will help you to make a good decision about where you will be living for the foreseeable future.

Give Yourself Time

Using the points in this article, you will likely come up with a long list of must-haves and nice-to-haves for your new apartment rental. Take your time to make sure you get what you want within your budget.

Willow Creek Crossing Apartments understands that everyone has different needs and preferences. Give us a call or contact us to get you one step closer to finding your new apartment.

5 Apartment Resolutions for 2021

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apartment resolutions

It’s time to ring the changes for 2021! With most of us spending more time in our homes because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a great time to make some apartment resolutions to make the most of your space and get it ready for the new year.

If you’re ready to create a healthy, happy living space, read on for 5 apartment resolutions you should make this year.

1. Deep Winter Clean

It’s winter in Indiana and we normally save our sprucing up for spring, but why not tackle your cleaning now and give your entire apartment a thorough, deep clean so once winter comes you can head outdoors. You’ll also cut down on germs, bacteria, and viruses so you can stay healthy this winter. Tackle one room at a time. The smaller your apartment, the more reason to count your blessings in this regard.

Wipe and polish all surfaces, including windows, and vacuum all floors and soft furnishings, including curtains. The feel-good factor comes from choosing sweet-smelling cleaning products that give everything in the bathroom, and everywhere else, a fresh, sparkly shine.

Once everything is bright and clean, we’re betting that you can think of a couple of 5-minute cleaning resolutions you can live with all year.

2. Light Maintenance – the Hardest of the Apartment Resolutions

Other apartment resolutions could include unclogging your drains. Simple baking soda followed by about a cup of vinegar will do the trick. This will get rid of standing water — and any clogging due to hair — in the shower drain and kitchen sink.

Check the batteries in smoke alarms and change them, tighten loose cabinet hardware, replace burned-out light bulbs, and wipe down refrigerator coils.

3. Revamp Your Interior Decor

Have your potted plants died? Did you grow tomatoes or herbs on your patio or balcony last summer? Set aside a day or two on a weekend to get rid of any dead plants from your indoor and outdoor space and to give some TLC to the plants that are still alive. Purchase some new ones, and a few nice-looking pots for them to brighten up your space.

Look around each room of your apartment and get rid of anything that no longer sparks joy. If you haven’t used it or worn it in over 6 months, it may be time for it to go.

Add a new piece of artwork to the walls, or a new throw on your sofa. Buy or sew new cushion covers. Think of these as apartment therapy resolutions.

4. Change Your Furniture Around

A change is a great way to refresh. It also means that you can reorganize things like bookshelves, and files, and sort out all those piles of paper lurking in a drawer somewhere.

Make the space you have works for you. Which part of the apartment do you seldom use? If there is any area you neglect, think of what you could do to ensure you do utilize that space.

Now is the time to reorganize your entertainment area, workstation, or chill spot. And remember to make it Zoom-friendly this time.

5. Organize Your Finances

Open a savings account and save for a rainy day, or an emergency. Make sure your renter’s insurance is up to date. Set up automatic rent payments and other direct debits.

What’s Next?

Now that you have done all that, you’ll probably have a lot of things to dispose of or give away. The chances are that if you live in an apartment community like Willow Creek Crossing Apartments, you already have a fair idea of who might like the things you’re giving away. If no one you know wants them, take all your second-hand items to your favorite thrift shop.

Keep your 2021 apartment resolutions alive by going through your resolution checklist every three months. If one of your resolutions is to find a new apartment altogether, then please contact us at Willow Creek Crossing first!

4 Holiday Dish Ideas to Prepare in Your Apartment Kitchen

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thanksgiving dish ideas

Are you gearing up for the holidays? Everyone has their favorite holiday meals that they make every year, but with this year being, well, a little different, why not make your holiday meal a little different too. 

Whether you’re hosting a small holiday dinner out of your apartment or if it’s just you, give these four holiday dish ideas a try. They’re easy and perfect for preparing in a small space. No one will guess that this gourmet-style meal came out of your apartment kitchen. 

1. Cornish Game Hens 

Is your apartment oven too small for a turkey? Cornish game hens to the rescue. If you ask around, you’ll find that this bird is much more succulent than turkey and packs a lot of flavor in a small area.

For a holiday meal with a lot of sides, one cornish game hen per two or three people is plenty. You’ll end up with the right amount of meat and won’t end up with a month’s worth of leftovers. 

2. Crispy Brussels Sprouts Salad

This recipe is made on the stovetop, so it doesn’t take up any precious oven space. Crisp up the quartered brussels sprouts in a skillet and once browned, place on a paper towel. Mix with baby lettuce, slivered almonds, apples, shaved asiago cheese, and an apple cider vinaigrette.

This is a quick, delicious side dish that you can throw together with ease in your apartment kitchen.

3. Sweet Potato Casserole

This decadent side dish offers you an option to make it ahead of time. On the day of, just put it in the oven to warm it up before serving. 

Boil and mash the potatoes. Mix with butter, coconut, one egg, milk, sugar, and vanilla extract. Put in a baking dish. Top with a crumble made with flour, brown sugar, and pecans. Refrigerate it and pop it in the oven for your holiday feast. 

Looking for a vegan version? We’ve got you covered with this vegan Sweet Potato Casserole from Chocolate Covered Katie.

4. Homemade Cranberry Sauce

This is another easy make-ahead dish to make your life easier when cooking a full holiday meal in your apartment. If you haven’t had homemade cranberry sauce, you’re in for a treat. 

Dissolve 3/4 cup of sugar in a cup of orange juice. Add 12 ounces of fresh cranberries. Cook for about ten minutes until cranberries start to pop.

The mixture will thicken as it cools. Refrigerate and then bring to room temperature when ready to serve.

Holiday Dish Ideas That You Can Make in Your Apartment

Now that you’ve learned some holiday dish ideas to prepare in your apartment kitchen, which ones will you add to your menu? You can serve up a great meal right at home and avoid the restaurant rush on the holiday. 

If you’re looking for a new place to call home and spend your holidays, check out Willow Creek Crossing Apartments. We are a pet-friendly community offering one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments as well as townhomes for rent. Our community includes two pools, a fitness center, tennis, and more. Contact us today to tour your next home.

Get Ready for These Fabulous DIY Holiday Decor Ideas for Apartments

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diy holiday decor

Are you wondering how you can decorate your apartment this holiday season? Whether decorating your apartment for Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or the new year, DIY holiday decor is a great way to get in the holiday spirit without spending a lot of money.

For some awesome DIY holiday decor ideas, keep reading. These decor ideas are both easy to make and will make your apartment look like the dreamy winter wonderland that you desire.

1. Get Creative with a Christmas Tree Alternative

Many apartment communities don’t allow live Christmas trees due to fire hazards but don’t worry, there are plenty of alternatives you can make that don’t take up space. For example, you can make decor that is easy to remove by decorating an empty wall with washi tape. You can make an outline of a tree using the tape and then add baker’s twine to string lights and hang ornaments within your tree wall decor.

You can also use the tape to create paper ornaments. This is a great way to mimic a tree in your place but is a space-saving option.

2. Keep the Scents of the Holiday Season

If the above tree option looks great visually, but you’re missing the scent of fresh cute evergreen, there are safe saving solutions for this as well.

Visit your local Christmas tree vendor and ask them for their leftover tree clippings. You can then create a tabletop decoration using the clippings by arranging them in a vase or a pitcher. You can decorate your clippings with miniature ornaments on the branches that are sturdiest.

This will allow you to save space, obey the fire code, and still enjoy the appearance and scent of an evergreen tree. You may even consider adding miniature size gifts under the branches.

3. Deck Out Your Fixtures and Furniture

If you don’t have the room to add additional items, a great way to decorate while saving space is to decorate the furniture and fixings you already have. For example, you can decorate with overhead details.

You can create a chandelier-like appearance by using ribbon or string to tie faux-snow dusted pinecones to your overhead light fixtures. This is a great way to utilize verticle space and surround your apartment in holiday cheer.

Another great piece of furniture to dress up are your dining chairs. You can wrap basic chairs up with a fabric or ribbon sash and gathering it in the back like a holiday bow. You can add greenery as well as an ornament or two by using a hot glue gun to adhere these pieces to the bow.

4. Light the Way

Celebrating Hanukkah or Kwanzaa? Decorate tables, countertops or the top of your TV stand with your menorah or kinara. You can even make your own using small cups with votive candles. Just make sure to keep candles away from flammable items.

DIY Holiday Decor Fit for Apartments

While an apartment may mean you have a smaller space to decorate, it doesn’t mean that you can’t decorate for the holidays. Try some of these awesome DIY holiday decor ideas that are perfect for apartments with their emphasis on space-saving. Deck your halls and have fun creating these awesome decor ideas.

Renting (with) Cats and Dogs: Your Guide to Pet Rent

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pet rent

Did you know that about 68% of American households own pets? Because more than half of American households have pets, it’s quite common for people to need to rent an apartment where they can live with their pets. 

If you’re in the process of moving with your pets and need some guidance, you came to the right place. Read on to learn this pet rent guide.

Types of Pets Allowed

If you’re going to rent an apartment and you have pets, it’s important you make sure your pet qualifies. Even if an apartment community says they’re pet friendly, you should read the fine print. Some communities have restrictions on the types of pets they allow in their apartments. 

Each apartment community is different. Due to insurance regulations, some communities may restrict certain breeds of dogs. Aside from having breed restrictions, some communities also have weight limit regulations. For example, some will not allow dogs that are over 20 lbs and may have a limit to the number of pets that you can have in your apartment as well. 

Pre-Approved Pets

If you’re determined to have your pet move into your new apartment with you, it’s important you get the approval of the leasing office. Even if they allow your breed, make sure they’re aware of your pet ahead of time. The last thing you want after moving into an apartment is to find out that there’s a problem with your pet living there. 

Keep in mind that the list of approved pets will only cover your pets. You will need special permission from the leasing manager to pet sit.

Obtain Vaccination Records, Licenses, and Identification

Before your pet moves into your new apartment, the leasing office may also want to keep a copy of your pet’s vaccination records, especially rabies. They will also want you to obtain the proper licenses according to local ordinances. 

It’s important you also get the proper identification such as a microchip or their name and address on their collar in case they get loose in the community. Having your contact information with your pet helps to ensure their safe return. 

Consider Potential Fees

One more thing you need to consider is the potential fees associated with pet rent. While some communities might ask you for a pet deposit, others will charge you monthly pet rent.

Depending on where you live, the apartment community will choose what type of pet fee you will be responsible for. Be sure to ask about pet rent and any other fees before signing a lease.

Follow This Pet Rent Guide

After reading this guide for pet rent, you will be more prepared when choosing a new home for you and your pet. If you’re planning on renting a new apartment with your dog, you should consider the pet fees, obtain the right documentation, and find out the types of pets allowed. 

Are you ready to find your new Fort Wayne apartment? Contact us today for availability.

Apartment Decorating Ideas That Will Keep You & Your Landlord Happy

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apartment decorating ideas

Are you tired of the same old decor in your apartment? Or did you just move into a new place and want to make it feel homier? Living in an apartment doesn’t mean you can’t make it feel like home!

There are several ways you can spice up your space without fearing for your security deposit. Apartment decorating ideas should be fun and functional, so you’re getting the best deal from your budget. But, when it comes to decor that makes both you and your landlord happy, it’s hard to know where to start.

Before you shell out tons of money on new apartment decor, make sure they’re landlord-friendly. Anything you’re not sure of, be sure to ask them!

Rugs

Adding rugs to your apartment may be the easiest fix! Rugs instantly add comfort to a room without lots of clutter. Plus, rugs come in all shapes and sizes, so it’s easy to find the that best suits your space and your style!

Most people think rugs are best for hardwood floors or tile. This keeps your feet warm in colder months and prevents slipping. But don’t discount your apartment because it has carpet in every room! Rugs are great on the carpet, too! They still add color to the room while making the place feel cozy.

Larger rugs look great on hard floors while smaller area rugs are best on carpet. Use them to add color and define a living space.

Mirrors

Another apartment decorating idea is to add mirrors! Adding mirrors will instantly elevate your space. This is a great apartment upgrade idea for smaller apartments, too. Mirrors will make your place look bigger and less crowded.

One trendy mirror placement is to put a floor-length mirror in the corner of a room. Make sure each side is touching the wall on either side of the corner. Then, you can add whatever you want to fit your style!

Mirrors take up wall space instead of floor space so you don’t have to worry about losing any space in a room. They also up the lighting in your room. This is great if your space is on the smaller side with few windows or natural lighting. You can grab up some lamps and a mirror to change the mood of your place in minutes!

Multi-Functioning Pieces

Add style and function with furniture and decor that serve multiple purposes. The best example of a multifunctioning piece is storage spaces. Our favorite piece of storage furniture is a boxy shelf. These shelves are rectangular and are divided into squares. You can lay them down or stand them up for extra storage! Plus, you can put your stuff right onto the shelves or add baskets to keep everything streamlined.

Another multi-purpose apartment decor item is a storage ottoman. These pieces are so practical! Ottomans are a living room staple and add extra storage for blankets, remotes, or any small items in your apartment.

Apartment Decorating Ideas

In the end, there are nearly endless ways to incorporate landlord-friendly apartment decor. Apartment decorating ideas are valuable whether you’ve lived in your space for 2 years or 2 days.

6 of the Best Restaurants in Fort Wayne

best restaurants in fort wayne

best restaurants in fort wayne

Whether you’re new to the Fort Wayne area or you’ve lived here a lifetime, finding great restaurants is easy. Our list of the best restaurants in Fort Wayne is full of amazing local and eateries to enjoy a delicious meal or try something new.

Read on for a list of six of the best restaurants in Fort Wayne, Indiana so you can discover your new favorite.

1. Club Soda

Club Soda is a Fort Wayne staple, with over 15 years in business and counting. This downtown restaurant is a perfect spot if you’re into jazz music and sipping on cocktails.

The restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor seating and it’s located on E. Superior Street. Famous for its amazing steaks, this is one of the best restaurants in Fort Wayne if you enjoy music, mingling, and a hearty meal.

2. Bird & Cleaver

For those who love craft cocktails, cute atmosphere, and some of the best locally crafted food in town,  you have to check out Bird & Cleaver! This awesome restaurant offers located in a converted house on Wells Street is a favorite for brunch, date night, girl’s night out, or any occasion.

Choose from an assortment of dishes including the B+C Party Melt featuring a Wood Farms beef patty (sub a Beyond Burger patty if you’re meat-free), Nashville Hot Seitan, or Granny Pasta. One of their most popular menu items is their fondue with crusty bread and seasonal vegetables. You’d never even know it wasn’t made with cheese!

3. Paula’s on Main

Seafood fans will love the menu at Paula’s on Main. Offering lobster, chowder, oyster on the half shell, and lots more, this restaurant is perfect for anyone who craves a fresh seafood dish.

The restaurant also features a fresh seafood market where you can take your favorite selections home. It’s open for lunch Monday through Friday, and dinner hours are Monday through Saturday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

4. Proximo

If you appreciate a great Latin dish, Proximo is the place to be. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and its downtown location makes it a great spot for workers and visitors alike.

Explore the menu at Proximo including delicious maple pancakes and their salmon succotash for dinner. If you enjoy experimental Latin-themed dishes, Proximo is an excellent choice.

5. Three Fires Pizza

There’s nothing as comforting as a great pizza and some beer, so check out Three Fires Pizza. Located in southwest Fort Wayne, this casual restaurant is great for meeting with friends or colleagues.

Enjoy delicious pizza, pasta, and fresh salads along with your choice of beer. They even have great vegan pizza options including the Vegan Thai Pizza!

6. Tolon

Experience incredible farm to table dishes at Tolon, which is the first restaurant of its kind in Fort Wayne. The chef creates unique dishes that use only the best local, seasonal ingredients.

Located in historic downtown Fort Wayne, Tolon is a perfect place to try something new. The fresh food comes from local farms, which means you’ll always get unique meals that are crafted with care.

6. Savery Vegan Grill

Who said that the best restaurants in Fort Wayne needed to serve meat? Savery Vegan Grill proves that vegan food is more than salads and can be extremely delicious! From wings, burgers, coney dogs, loaded fries, and some of the best breakfast in town, Savery Vegan Grill is American junk food at its best!

Best Restaurants in Fort Wayne

From pizza and seafood to vegan fare, there are plenty of amazing restaurants in Fort Wayne to experience. Explore all of the great restaurants that Fort Wayne has to offer just outside your apartment.

3 Tips for Social Distancing in an Apartment Complex

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social distancing

More than ever, during the pandemic as virus cases are getting out of control, we must take precautions and practice social distancing. While this may seem like an easy task to do, you may be wondering how you can social distance when you live in an apartment community.

Read on for some easy tips for social distancing in an apartment community.

1. Visit Shared Spaces Earlier or Later

At this time, shared spaces like the fitness center and shared laundry facilities, and community office can get pretty busy throughout the day.

To avoid coming in contact with too many people, we recommend visiting the shared space later in the evening or early in the day.

And when it comes to speaking with the office, call or send an email instead of visiting in person. This will help you implement social distancing measures while having your problem resolved by staff.

2. Take Advantage of Online Payments

Most of us have stuck to making our monthly rent payments by dropping a check or money order off in the office mailbox. And while this was suitable before the pandemic, this method of paying rent may no longer work for some.

Instead, to further promote social distancing, take advantage of online rent payments. You can set yourself up for an auto draft to ensure you never make a late payment, and you don’t have to worry about walking to the office to drop your payment off.

3. Hold Off on Maintenance Requests

We all understand that there will be emergency situations when we need maintenance to come to our apartment to fix things like a burst pipe or a leaking air conditioning unit. But, if possible, avoid making maintenance requests during this time.

This will reduce the likelihood that maintenance needs to enter your apartment at any time. If it’s unavoidable for them to visit your apartment, ensure that you stay six feet away from them as their working in your issue to keep you both safe. Once they’ve let, take some time to sanitize any area of your apartment they were in, ensuring no germs were left behind.

Social Distancing: Safely Keeping Your Distance

When it comes to social distancing in apartment communities, there are many ways that you can achieve this without becoming a complete hermit. Until the number of COVID-19 cases is under control, you’re going to want to practice social distancing whenever you leave the safety of your home. And sometimes within your home.

Since we know you’ve got time on your hands, you should use it to check out some of the other articles. Or if you’re looking for your next home, don’t hesitate to contact Willow Creek Apartments.

Here at Willow Creek, we’re taking all the steps we can to ensure our current and future residents’ safety.