Please report all maintenance request to:

Woodridge Maintence (click here)

We will evaluating each report assigning the item a priority listing. The items considered first will be safety related issues. We will take into consideration lots of things when evaluating projects. These items will be discussed and approved by the board as funds are available.

We understand that there are lots of projects that need our attention and we are doing our best to allocate funds to the highest priority projects. We must meet certain safety requirements to maintain our insurance.

Exterior Painting Schedule

Buildings 7&12- August/September 2018

Buildings 8&9- Spring/Early Summer 2019

Buildings 1&2- Spring 2020

If Budget allows we will push schedule to earlier dates.

Friendly Reminder!!

**Please do not use the dumpsters for any debris other than garbage. We will be charged additional fees from Ava’s Waste Removal & Recycling for removal of these items**

Pegasus/Smithville TV issues. Please contact Smithville for any cable TV issues and outages. Phone 800-742-4084 or 812-824-6901.

Bynum Fanyo Utilties Phone: 812-332-8030; Pager: 812-349-0180. Contact Bynum for sanitary sewer issues. There are Lift Stations located between buildings, should there be a light flashing and an alarm sounding they will need contact immediately.

Southern Monroe Water Authority, Ted Prince, Office: 812-824-7220; Cell: 812-361-5734. The water company can come out to turn water off in case of an emergency.


Between November 1 and March 30, or anytime the wind chill is zero degrees or expected to be zero or below, you must turn off water when retiring for the night, going to work, overnight absences, or vacating unit.


  1. TURN OFF water heater at circuit breaker box.
  2. TURN OFF solenoid water switch.
  3. Immediately OPEN ALL FAUCETS in shower and sinks.
  4. SET HEAT at 55 degrees.
  5. OPEN ALL CABINETS under sinks to let warm air circulate to the pipes.
  6. OPEN CLOSET DOORS where weather watch thermostat is located. The closet is marked with red sticker on the hall closet door or the furnace door. The thermostat should be kept at 45 degrees and will signal security, via an outside light on the building that the heat has gone off in the unit.


  1. TURN ON solenoid water switch.
  2. Water will start flowing in open faucets. LET WATER RUN to remove air from line. When water is flowing naturally, air is out of line.
  3. CLOSE FAUCETS. Listen carefully. You have a leak if you hear water running in walls or cabinets or if you do not have normal water pressure.
  • If you have a leak, IMMEDIATELY TURN OFF your water as if you were leaving the unit to prevent severe water damage.
  • If you have no leaks, TURN ON water heater and you now have normal water service.

In all seasons, if you plan to be gone overnight, or leave your unit you must turn off your water to prevent water damage. Water can leak from icemaker valves, washer hose, beneath sinks, hot water heaters, dishwashers or toilets.

Failure to follow these procedures could result in water damage. You will be liable for all Association costs resulting from water damage stemming from not shutting off your valve. You may also be liable for all costs, as our insurance policy has a “negligence” clause.