Community Policies - Monarch 716
  1. Community Living Standards. All residents are expected to comply with established standards of community living, including maintaining adequate standards of personal hygiene and room cleanliness to avoid interference with the general comfort, safety, security, health or welfare of the community or a resident’s roommates. Any personal safety or welfare issues should be brought to the attention of management; any resident forcing or attempting to cause another resident to leave his/her own apartment may be subject to termination.
  2. Community Safety Standards. Activities that compromise the safety of residents and/or the community are strictly prohibited. These activities may include but are not limited to climbing on top of roofs, storing or using a firearm or facsimile weapons (including airsoft pistols, pellet guns, B.B. guns) on the premises, climbing in/out window, jumping from balconies, improper use of security doors and features, throwing objects from windows or balconies, playing sports in hallways, or any violent, threatening, or unlawful acts.
  3. Guest Limits. All residents are fully responsible for the actions of their guests, and are liable for any damage or misconduct by their guests, which may result in fines and/or termination of the Rental Agreement. No apartment shall host more than ten individuals at any given moment (including the residents of the unit). Guests must be accompanied by residents at all times when visiting/using amenity spaces.
  4. Smoking. This is a non-smoking community. Therefore, smoking is prohibited inside any apartments or in any of the hallways, or amenity spaces. Cigarette butts must be disposed of accordingly, and may not be thrown on the property grounds. Smoking inside the apartment will incur a fee of at least $300 to have the apartment deep cleaned after Resident moves out. If discovered during the course of the Term, continued violation of this policy could result in the termination of the Rental Agreement.
  5. Noise. Behavior that negatively affects that quiet enjoyment of other residents’ apartments is prohibited and considered a material breach of the Rental Agreement if persistent, despite any warnings that are issued. Recurring noise violations may incur a fee of $150 per instance, and will eventually lead to termination of Rental Agreement.
  6. Community Drug and Crime Policy. Any drugs, drug paraphernalia or criminal activity, by a resident and/or guests, will be considered a material breach by the resident of the Rental Agreement and may result in the immediate termination of the Rental Agreement.
  7. Maintenance. Residents are expected report maintenance concerns promptly and may be held responsible for damage or utility charges for failure to report issues within an apartment. All maintenance requests must be submitted directly to the management office. All service calls must be reported to the management office by telephone, in person, by e-mail to or by submittinga request online by clicking on the Resident Login link on our website Service calls will be performed during normal work hours, except in the case of emergencies such as flooding water, lack of hot water, Heating or Air Conditioning malfunction, and broken windows.
  8. Keys and Lockouts. All hard keys and electronic key fobs, together with any and all duplicates, must be returned to management upon termination of the Rental Agreement. Replacement of a lost key or provision of an extra key will be charged to the resident at $50 per hard key, and $100 per electronic key; if a lock is changed due to a lost key, the charge will be $180 for an apartment bedroom door. No locks may be changed or added to any doors without management’s written consent. If a resident is locked out of an apartment, management will unlock the door (upon resident presenting photo ID) during office hours at no charge for the first instance; recurring or additional lockouts during office hours may incur a charge of $25 per instance. If management has to unlock a door after-hours before 9pm, the resident will be charged a lockout fee of $75.
  9. Light Bulbs. Each apartment is equipped with working light bulbs at the time of move-in. Resident is responsible for reporting light bulbs that need replacement to management. Residents must not attempt to replace kitchen, bedroom, or ceiling lights on their own.
  10. Plumbing Fixtures. Any damage to plumbing caused by misuse will be repaired at the residents’ expense. Towels, rags, sweepings, sanitary napkins, fruit pairings, cigarettes, bones, and other such materials my not be flushed down the toilets, or placed in garbage disposal units.
  11. Fire Hazards. The following are prohibited in all buildings in the community: Fireworks, open flame candles, flammable gasses such as propane and gasoline, or other flammable or incendiary substance.
  12. Barbeque Grills and Patio Torches. Due to city, county and state fire codes and regulations, the use of or storage of gas or charcoal grill, fuel containers related to these grills, or, patio torches are prohibited throughout the property except in common areas provided by management for this purpose. Grills, Barbeques, and any other outdoor cooking or open flame devices will be used only on ground level and will be placed a minimum of 15 feet from any building. Any resident or apartment violating this policy may be subject to administrative fees of at least $50 per day and/or referral to law enforcement.
  13. Property Aesthetic. Windows, front door exteriors, and balconies should be free of clutter, signage, flags, and decals. Unit interior furniture must remain inside the apartment. No sign, banner or other fixture, including foil and/or film of any kind, may be hung in any window or on any door in a manner that may be visible from the exterior of the building.
  14. Trash. No trash or other waste may be discarded or stored on the grounds of the property, amenity spaces, common areas, or kept by an apartment front door or in a hallway/breezeway. Violations of this policy may result in trash fines of up to $50 per bag.
    Hazardous materials such as batteries, computer monitors, chemicals, televisions, should be discarded through proper channels at local recycling facilities, and not placed in dumpsters or the trash compactor located in the parking facility.
  15. Attachments. No external antenna, satellite dish, clothesline, or flag may be attached to any exterior surface of the building exterior. To protect the safety and uniform appearance of the building, nothing shall be attached which extends the edge of the building or balcony.
  16. Waterbeds. The use of any type of waterbed or water furniture is prohibited.
  17. Common-Area Furnishings. All furniture provided in apartment common areas such as living rooms are intended for the common use of all residents of the apartment, and may not be removed or taken into individual bedrooms without prior approval from management, and the consent of all roommates. Furniture in any clubhouse may not be removed or relocated; any resident found in possession of public-area furniture will be subject to termination of their Rental Agreement.
  18. Soliciting. Solicitation of any sort is prohibited on the premises. Please notify management immediately of any suspected solicitor so necessary action may be taken.
  19. Community Amenities. Residents will have access to the amenity areas during the hours listed below: Clubhouse and Fitness Center – Open 24 hours a day Swimming Pool – Open from 10am – dusk every day Study rooms – available 24 hours a day. Study rooms are available on a first come first serve basis except during finals week, during which residents have the ability to reserve the study rooms for limited blocks of time.