We, being the original owners of the unit, want to express our deep appreciation for all the professionalism which Ross Morgan & Company has always exhibited during our ownership of Unit #25. We have had other Management Companies in the past, but with respect to the others, Ross Morgan & Company has by far surpassed them.
For over 30 years Ross Morgan & Company has serviced Community Associations throughout Greater Los Angeles. Our commitment to our properties is defined by our endless pursuit to protect property value and lifestyle. Through hard work, employee longevity and dedication to industry training we strive to provide the highest quality of service to our clients while acting in the most professional and courteous manner.
Each day we are focused on serving our clients with integrity, honesty and diligence, which we believe are vital ingredients toward successful management representation.
With office locations throughout greater Los Angeles including Sherman Oaks, Calabasas, Simi Valley, Valencia, Saugus and Palmdale we are ready to support you and your HOA living experience.
Based on advice that has been circulated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health, we have detailed some possible scenarios which will impact the communities we serve. These plans are subject to change based on CDC guidance and advice from our professional partners.
Common areas and amenities. Associations may close common area amenities as deemed appropriate to mitigate the spread of the virus.
Meetings and events. The Federal Government has recommended against any large gatherings of 10 or more people. HOA meetings may be delayed for a period of time or held by conference call. Ross Morgan & Company will continue actively handle the essential needs of the communities we serve, under the direction of the Board.
Social distancing. Many experts are urging people to practice “social distancing,” which is the idea of maintaining a roughly 6-foot distance between other people. It also means limiting nonessential travel, avoiding public transportation when possible, working from home, and skipping social gatherings.
Staffing. Communities may experience temporary staff shortages if employees get sick or need to remain at home. Move-ins and move-outs, open houses, common area construction work, social events, large deliveries, and maintenance may be curtailed until staffing levels return to normal and the coronavirus pandemic is better controlled.
If you get sick. Medical authorities are strongly urging all persons who exhibit symptoms to stay home and avoid public spaces unless you need medical care. You also should separate yourself from other people and pets in your home.
If appropriate, the association may notify residents that an individual in the community has contracted the virus.
Community approach. It is also incumbent upon all of us to take this situation seriously and do our collective part to minimize the spread of this deadly disease. Your association highly encourages you to review safety guidelines and look for updates from the CDC, the local health department, and the World Health Organization.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Stay safe and healthy.