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|Utility Phone Numbers
AT&T (local and long distance phone) 800-572-4545
AEP (electric) 800-277-2177
Columbus Division of Electric (electric) 645-7360
Columbia Gas (gas utility) 800-344-4077
Time Warner (internet and cable provider) 614-481-5050
Wide Open West (internet and cable provider) 614-378-9815
** Note: Water billing will be setup by Cooper Properties.
Due on or before the first of each month.
Current tenants can renew anytime they wish, just call our office at (614)
261-3600. By renewing your lease now, you have the benefit of:
Security deposits are returned in the form of one check. It is up to the tenants to designate which of them we should make the check out to.
Upon moving out, in addition to cleaning your unit please make sure you
have attended to the following items:
Cooper Properties requires that all tenants have renter's insurance to cover any loss you may accrue due to theft, fire, water damage, etc. Cooper Properties does not cover loss of tenants' personal possessions.
If you are planning on leaving town for any of your school breaks please be sure to KEEP YOUR HEAT ON so the water pipes do not freeze. Otherwise you may return to a flooded unit with burst pipes.
Other Break Reminders:
If you are planning a party, please use your best judgment on who is attending. Remember: You are responsible for the actions of your guests! We are requiring that our residents have no more than 20 guests at any time during all parties. There should never be more than 4 people on any deck at one time, and there should never be anyone on the roof at any time.
You must have a parking pass to park in the off-street parking for your unit. The fee for a lost pass is $50. Cooper Properties has contracted with CAM-Car to monitor our parking lots and for towing services. If your vehicle is towed, please call CAM-Car at 488-2006.
Please dispose of trash properly. Any tenant leaving trash outside their door or house, which is not in the proper receptacle, may be fined. Trash that is not disposed of properly can result in an increase in rodent and insect activity!
The City of Columbus has initiated new fines for those who leave couches on the porch. This applies to ANY upholstered furniture.
Pi Delta Theta (with Material Assistance Providers, Inc.) holds an annual
furniture drive each year at the end of August. Don't throw away your
reusable furniture and other household items - instead donate them to
needy families. All items must be clean and in working condition. For more
information, please visit www.mapfurniturebank.org or call 614-853-9355.
The following information provides house-cleaning tips to help maximize your deposit return and also to promote a healthy living environment: