COVID-19 RESIDENT UPDATES
Dear Capital Residents,
Thank you for communicating about rent
We start this week with a BIG thank you to all of our residents. In the face of our collective emergency, you communicated with us about rent deferment, or you paid rent in full and on time. We are grateful for both.
Like you, we are taking each day and week as they come. Please continue to communicate with us, and know that we will work with you through whatever situation the COVID-19 outbreak has put you. We want you to be safe and secure in your home.
There are active conversations about future rent voucher programs taking place among city, state, and housing officials. We are participating in those conversations and will keep you informed about what we learn.
Celebrate your home team
We have enjoyed the 7:00 p.m. nightly cheer (and sometimes fireworks!) for frontline heroes that is happening across the world and here in Portland. The daily ritual acknowledges nurses, doctors, first responders, grocery store workers, chefs, delivery drivers, and more who risk their lives to help others. We know that’s many of you and we thank you!
And if you are inclined, please also celebrate the maintenance teams working on site at your homes, and the entire team working hard to keep your homes functional, safe, and ultimately possible to Stay Home, Save Lives. We are proud of the hard work of our team, especially those on the frontline, and hope you are too.
Be good neighbors
In common areas at your property, we suggest four key tenets of being a good neighbor. The signs also encourage you to be in touch with any stories you have about your experience that we may share them in our newsletter or social media channels. If you are inspired, please email CustomerService@capitalpdx.com.
Finally, in the world that paused about four weeks ago, Portland Dining Month would have finished up last week, the Oregon Ducks women’s basketball team might have won a National Championship last Sunday, the first weekend of the Coachella Music Festival would be now, the Portland Timbers would have a home game this Saturday, the Trail Blazers would finish their regular season on Tuesday, and golf’s 2020 Masters Tournament would be concluding this Sunday, which is also Easter for many around the world, religious or not.
While we are missing so many events that unite us, we wish you light and love this Easter weekend, and hope that your home is part of what makes the day special for you.
Capital Property Management