Hampton Properties COVID-19 Response
Hampton Properties is dedicated to helping the community and our residents assist in combating COVID-19. Below is a list of actions our team is taking to support the health and safety of residents in our properties.
Please note this page will be updated as more policies and procedures from Hampton Properties are put in place regarding the COVID-19 crisis.
- Our team has prepared “move-in packages” to support your health and safety this year. These will be waiting for you in your freshly cleaned home!
- A typical 3-bedroom package will include:
- 3 rolls of toilet paper per resident (free refills upon request)
- 1 face mask per resident
- 1 personal 4oz bottle of hand sanitizer per resident (free refills as long as you live in one of our units)
- Hampton Properties t-shirt – please let us know your choice of size and color by emailing: [email protected]
- Large commercial Purell dispensers have been added to both the entryway/common area(s) and laundry room facilities of each building. Please use them as you come and go, as well as before/after use of the laundry machines.
- Please notify [email protected] when you notice the dispensers are empty.
FREE Toilet Paper – Delivered
- Although toilet paper may become scarce, no other products should be flushed down the toilet. Doing so will cause clogs, blocked drain pipes, overflows, and become a serious health hazard to the entire building.
- As needed, we will deliver 3-4 rolls per person currently occupying the unit. Please, do not gather rolls for roommates who have gone home – our supply is not unlimited.
- Please reach out to [email protected] to have toilet paper delivered. The rolls will be left in a plastic bag on your apartment door.
- It is important not to allow trash to accumulate in the units or common areas. This will cause mice and insects to become an issue.
We appreciate your cooperation and realize these efforts require our community to use these resources responsibly as we may not have the supply chain to continue indefinitely. Abuse or hoarding may harm all of us. Respect each other’s needs and let us know if there are any other efforts we can make to support your health and safety.