Solve Our Puzzel to Win a $25 Gift Card!
This month we are introducing a new way to give back to our tenants. Each month our newsletter will include some kind of puzzle for our readership to engage in. Correct answers will be entered into a drawing for the featured prize. Our introductory prize this month will be a $25 visa gift card. In the feature article you will see letters underlined. These letters will spell out two words, naming something specific to Boise. Each is a 6 letter word and both words begin with a B! Good luck, and don’t forget to read the reminders first!
1)Spring seems to have finally arrived in the Treasure Valley. The temperature has warmed and spring bulbs are poking up their heads. Now is a good time to get out in the yard and pick up any winter detrus that may be lying around.
2) Sprinkler turn ons will start in mid april and continue through mid May. Sprinkler systems on city services will be the first to be turned on. We have to wait for the irrigation districts to fill the canals before we can turn on pressurized systems.
3) Our monthly reminder - have you changed filters recently? If not, please do so right away. Clean filters improves the performance of your furnace and keeps your air quality free of allergens and dust. If you don’t know where to find you filters, or how to change them, call your property manager.
4) We have had a fair amount of rain recently. If your gutters are full of leaves and debris, you may notice them overflowing when it rains, or sagging from weight, or growing plants. If you witness any of these tell-tale signs, please take a photo of the evidence and submit it to us through the property meld system on our website so that we can issue a work order.
6) It’s time to open up your foundation vents to allow for healthy air circulation!
If you have any maintenance concerns for your yard or your home please CONTACT US! All maintenance concerns should be submitted through property meld, accessed on our website, under the Tenant Tab – Maintenance Request – Submit Work Order.
Boise #1 in Livability
By Athena Savoglou
We all love the greater Boise area – and apparently everyone else does too! Boise was named #1 on Livability’s 2019 Top 100 Best Places to Live. Boise has had a constant spot on the list, but this is its first time as #1. The main highlights for our city’s ascension to the top spot are its outdoorsy activities, community feel, overall safety, and career opportunities.
To relish the great outdoors, hiking, biking and climbing are all options in Boise. Whether you venture out on one of the many trails on your own or go on a guided tour with the Idaho Outfitters & Guides Association (IOGA), the area is packed with options and breathtaking views.
Places for get-togethers with friends or colleagues are also aplenty in Boise. Livability highlights Boise Fry Company, Bardenay, and Payette Brewing for food and drink, but there are so many more. Check out this list for more recommendations to sit back and enjoy some grub.
Next, safety and the job market are always paramount in deciding where to move; Boise does pretty well at both. The city’s (well, Idaho’s in general) crime rate is one of the lowest in the country. To boot, the healthcare, technology and agriculture industries are thriving in Boise—giving long-time residents and newcomers the opportunity to succeed. Good job, Boise!
Send us an email about your favorite things to do in Boise, and don’t forget to solve our Newsletter Puzzle. for the chance to win a $25 gift card!
*If you have solved the puzzle, please email your answer to athena.RMA@gmail.com. All correct answers will be submitted for a drawing for the prize.
A Big Thank You to Those Who Contributed to our Pantry Drive
Thank you to all those who dropped off pantry items or cash contributions for our pantry drive. Three lucky winners received Visa gift cards. Thank you again for your generosity, giving back to our community for those in need.