Daybreak Coronavirus Updates
Second Quarter Assessments
Due April 1 | Board Not Considering Reduction
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.Association Office Closed Until April 13
- 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 and Playgrounds
Recently, the Salt Lake County Health Department released their guidelines to 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 March 28, 2020 and until further notice please adhere to the Health Department Guidelines as follows:
- Children’s playgrounds are closed
- Team sports, including pickup games, are prohibited
- 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
- We encourage individual sports and activities that allow 6 feet to remain between people not in the same household
- Recreational areas, including parks, trails, trailheads, dog parks, and sports fields and courts should be used only while maintaining 6-feet of space between people not in the same household
- Wash or sanitize hands frequently throughout the activity
- Pack out what you pack in to help maintain the safety of residents and association groundskeepers
- Daybreak outdoor restrooms and drinking fountains are not currently available so please plan accordingly.
- Sport courts may be closed for maintenance during this time.
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 a new public health order to enact further protections to limit the spread of COVID-19. This order is effective thru April 13. It emphasizes importance of staying home, closes some businesses, and requires others to follow social distancing.