Visitors can dial your unit number on the keypad and it will call your telephone or cell phone (local numbers only). You are allowed one minute of conversation to determine if you want to unlock the front door for that person. To let your visitor into the building, press "9" on your telephone, at which time the call will end and the door will be unlocked for five seconds. Please note that your keypad on your phone must be able to produce a single, extended beep for the entry system to recognize the sound.
The system can be programmed with a unique code for each resident that can be entered on the keypad to open the front door of your building.
If you would like your code, request it using one of the contact methods above. All fees must be paid in full to use this service.
You are the only one issued this particular code number. Please do not share it. The security of our community relies on keeping these codes private.
If your code doesn't work or you wish to deactivate your code and be issued a new one, send a request using one of the contact methods listed above.
Please note that residents should always have a means to access a working key in the event that the entry system unexpectedly malfunctions, or in case of a power outage.
Fobs are not supported by the new system. If you purchased an additional fob, return it with the fob originally issued to you and $25 will be refunded. Both fobs will have to be returned at the same time to receive a refund. Refunds will be issued until December 1, 2005. Include with your fobs a note listing your building, unit and to whom to write the check.