Mesa Management’s response to COVID-19
We are closely monitoring the developments surrounding COVID-19. First and foremost, we want to maintain a healthy living environment and to adopt practices protecting the health of employees, residents, visitors, and others. We strongly encourage you to only invite guests to your home whom provide necessary services to your family.
Our team is taking necessary action to reduce the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus and asks all residents to cooperate with us as we implement the following temporary suspension of normal activities.
Our COVID-19-related policy updates include:
- Closing community amenities such as our fitness centers, clubhouses, meeting room spaces and pools
- Increasing the frequency of cleaning in our common areas throughout the property, especially heavily traveled areas
- Requesting contact via phone and email with our office team in support of social distancing
- Focusing our maintenance teams on emergency work orders in order to limit interpersonal exposure and providing them appropriate PPE
- Conducting virtual tours with prospective residents to limit the number of people entering our communities
- Offering virtual tours or no contact tours to allow in-person visits to the community without potential exposure
- Online application processing
- To restrict contact with delivery personnel, the office will temporarily suspend package acceptance in the office
- Offering current tenants affected by COVID-19 financial relief with repayment plans, waived late fees
During normal business hours, please contact the leasing office for maintenance emergencies.
After hours you will use the emergency on call phone number to report maintenance emergencies only.
Thank you for your continued loyalty, support, and cooperation. We will continue taking guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and will adapt our practices according to their most up-to-date recommendations.
COVID-19 Text Message Alert System by County:
For Orange County: Text OCCOVID to 888-777
For San Diego County: Text COSD COVID19 to 468-311
COVID-19 General information & Government response:
Stay up to date with the orders and information coming from local governments where our communities are located, as well as national and international organizations telling us more about COVID-19 and general resources to help cope.
National (and International Resources)
Local and Regional Resources
Domestic Violence Resources
Unfortunately this isolation can escalate these issues. There are people and organizations who can help.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is available 24/7 for anyone affected by abuse and needing support.
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) has gathered an array of resources for families dealing with Domestic Violence. Similarly, the US Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health has a resource page with resources state by state.
Ways to Give Back
You can give to organizations that are giving direct aid during this crisis.
See the California government’s response to COVID-19, including stay-at-home orders and other information.
Orange county news and resources
Connect with the organizations ensuring no one goes hungry during this crisis.
healthcare and medical assistance resources, as well as direct links to unemployment and other resources, Visit Benefits.gov for information on
Visit the US Department of Education for information about student loan forbearance during the COVID-19 pandemic
Visit the IRS website for information about Economic Impact payments and the change in the tax deadline
Visit the US Small Business Administration for Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources
Feeding America can help you connect to a nationwide network of food banks.
Meals on Wheels specializes on getting meals to homebound seniors-especially important during this crisis.
Volunteers urgently needed