Daybreak Coronavirus Updates
The Association would like to reassure residents that we are monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and will take precautions to ensure the health and safety of residents. We will follow local government recommendations in responding and assist in their efforts to limit the spread of the virus. Visit the City’s website for information on public closures. See below for Daybreak's latest announcements.
DCC and Association Office Continued Closure through Moderate Risk Phase
The Governor recently moved the state from the red to orange or moderate risk category in response to the current COVID-19 situation. In the Governor’s Phased Guidelines plan for gyms and fitness centers, within the Moderate or Orange Risk category, it states:
"Recommended closure of fitness centers and gyms; if open, fitness centers and gyms should follow strict distancing and cleaning guidance."
After careful thought and great consideration for the health and safety our residents and staff, the Board has chosen not to open the DCC or Association office during the Orange or Moderate Risk Phase as recommended in the Phased Guidelines. The closure will remain until the risk is further reduced; as we progress towards the Low or Yellow Risk Phase. Staff are also finishing painting projects and installation of new flooring in the spin room at the DCC before the facility reopens. Association staff continue to work remotely and on site, answering resident questions, addressing concerns and conducting the business of the association. Note that this continues to be a fluid situation and as a result, operating procedures may change as new information becomes available.
Summer Amenity Opening Preparation
During this unprecedented time, many residents are concerned about the opening of summer amenities. The Association would like to reassure residents that the Board and management team are working on various operating scenarios, giving great consideration to the health and safety of both residents and staff while following mandates issued by the State and the Salt Lake County Health Department during this time. Staff are preparing the pools, watercraft rentals and other summer amenities in hopes to open as scheduled, Memorial Day Weekend. However, we are waiting for updates from the State Health Department for recommendations on operating procedures. Once a plan is established that follows these guidelines, we will inform residents of any updates.
Second Quarter Assessments
Due April 1
We realize that there are some homeowners in Daybreak who may be experiencing a hardship and unable to pay their second quarter assessments. We strongly encourage these homeowners to reach out to the association office to discuss payment plan options to avoid late fees and suspension of amenities. Please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and an association team member will respond shortly.
At this time, there are no reductions in assessments due to the closure of the Daybreak Community Center or the community playgrounds per the Salt Lake County Health Department Order 2020-03. The board continues to monitor the crisis situation as it evolves and are focused on creating safe environments for residents while continuing to provide service to the community.
There are a number of hard costs to consider including staffing, utilities, loan payments, and contract services that the association remains responsible for and it would not be fiscally responsible for the board to reduce assessments until the full scope of the event and potential expenses (including additional sanitation costs and reserves against unpaid dues and other revenue shortfalls) are realized. Though a few facilities are temporarily closed, the majority of Daybreak’s parks and open spaces which encompass a large portion of the annual operating budget remain open. It is the intention of the board and the management company to continue maintaining these areas for the enjoyment of all residents.
Consumer Federal Protection Bureau is there if you have trouble paying your bills, or loans, or paying on time, there may be a number of options to help, especially if you reach out early to your lenders or creditors.Association Office Temporarily Closed
- All staff are working from home so please feel free to reach out with any questions.
- Residents can call the main association line and leave a message. Staff will return your call as quickly as possible.
- Residents may also email email@example.com with questions or requests.
- While the office is closed, residents can drop off checks and other materials in the dropbox outside the main office door. Staff will check this box daily.
- Design review applications continue to be processed and the committee will review these applications via videoconferencing during scheduled meeting dates.
- The operations and maintenance teams will continue to complete assignments, including trash and dog waste station disposal. We do highly encourage residents to pack out what they and pack in to limit waste.
Parks, Open Spaces, Trails and Playgrounds
Recently, the Salt Lake County Health Department updated their Phased Health Guidelines to reflect a shift to the Moderate or Orange Phase and to further help limit the spread of COVID-19. At this time, the board is asking all residents to adhere to the Health Department guidelines for the safety of all residents within the community.
Effective immediately and until further notice please adhere to the Health Department Guidelines as follows:
• Face coverings worn in settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain
• Follow strict hygiene standards, including:
- Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Use hand sanitizer frequently
- Avoid touching your face
- Cover coughs or sneezes (e.g. into a tissue, sleeve, or elbow; not hands)
- Regularly clean high-touch surfaces (e.g. door handles, counters, light switches, remote controls, restroom surfaces)
- Follow any other standards promulgated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Utah Department of Health, and local health department
• Playgrounds remain closed under the Moderate Risk or Orange Phase of the Governor’s Phased Health Guidelines
• Do not shake hands
• Leave home infrequently, stay 6 feet away from others households when outside the home
• In-person interactions limited to individual households and those who have been following recommended distancing/hygiene guidelines;
• Do not touch high-touch surfaces, including handrails, light standards, etc.
• Do not congregate at trailheads, parks, or other outdoor spaces
• Do not engage in close-contact or team sports
• Do not share equipment with others
• Sport fields and courts may be open but should be used individually or only by members of the same household
Help support Daybreak's local restaurants with curbside or delivery service. All orders must be paid for in advance via credit card. No cash accepted. Tips are greatly appreciated. See Temporary Schedule
Volunteer To Help Neighbors!
Many residents have offered to volunteer their time, services or supplies to neighbors in need. We would love to help coordinate these efforts and connect residents.
Are you able to volunteer services or supplies? (Grocery shopping, baby sitting, food)
Fill out this form and we will do our best to connect you with any residents in need.
Are you in need of services or supplies? Please let us know what you need in this form and we will do our best to connect you with a neighbor who can help.
Free Fitness Videos
Our lovely fitness instructors have put together free workout videos for residents to do from their homes. We have a new playlist on our YouTube channel so check it out as we add more videos throughout this social distancing situation.
Daybreak Community Center Closed Until Further Notice
The Spring House Village sub-association board has decided to suspend events for residents until further notice. Please contact your community manager for further details.
SL County Health Department - Public Health Order
Salt Lake County Health Department issued an update on its order aligning Salt Lake County with the "Moderate Risk" or "Orange Guidelines" set forth in the State of Utah's Phased Guidelines for the General Public and Businesses to Maximize Public Health and Economic Reactivation.
Please visit the Utah's Moderate Risk Phase for more information
- Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives
- Utah Economic Recovery Plan Resources
- The U.S. Small Business Administration began accepting applications for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Lenders will be administering this loan program for small business with a starting balance of $349 billion as part of the CARES Act signed into law by President Donald Trump. Contact your local bank for information.
- Approved listing of Utah banks that are acting as approved lenders.
- Approved listing of Credit Unions that are acting as approved lenders.
- The Small Business Administration began accepting applications for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL).
- Another innovative idea came from Silicon Slopes. They rolled out a Slopes Serves webpage this week dedicated to COVID-19 resources, which includes links to other resources and a text message chat bot, that can answer questions for your business.
Report Public Health Order Concerns
If you believe the Salt Lake County Public Health Order is not being followed you can report your concern here.
The Governor's Coronavirus Directive for Utah FAQ's
Thank you for your support and helping our community be proactive in our efforts to minimize the spread of the virus!