Terrace 16 News August 2015

The next Terrace 16 Board of Directors Meeting will be held on September 16, 2015 in the foyer of Terrace 16 at 6:00 pm. This will be an annual meeting please return your proxies if you are unable to attend.

Children running in the hallways

No running in the halls. Please be considerate of your neighbors early in the morning. 

Just a reminder

The garages are for personal vehicles and bicycles only, no personal items may be stored in the garages and hang your bicycles if possible.
  Please lock up your vehicles and do not allow your guests to enter or exit the building through the garage.


Just a reminder, There is no smoking on the decks or balconies. Open flame Barbeque grills are not allowed anywhere on the property, however you may have an electric grill on your deck or patio.

Safety and Security at Terrace 16 Condos

Please do not prop open any main door at Terrace 16 Condos.  Do not give out keys for the property or buzz people in that you do not know personally.

Summer Pet Reminders:

Anchorage residents are eager to get outside this time of year; so if you are out and about with your four legged friends please remember to keep them on a leash. The leash law is a city ordinance and it even applies to cats. So please do not let your cat out roaming the neighborhood unattended because they are subject to the same rules as dogs and might end up in the pound.  Pets at Terrace 16 need to be walked off property to relieve them.  Please do not allow your pet to urinate or defecate on the sidewalk or parking lot.  The back grass area is not for pet waste.

Please clean up after your four legged friends.

“U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirms pet waste can spread parasites including hookworms, ringworms, tapeworms and Salmonella. When infected dog poop comes into contact with your lawn, the poop will eventually “disappear”, but the parasite eggs can linger for years! When a human or animal comes into contact with that soil through everyday activities like walking barefoot, gardening or playing, they risk infection from those eggs ... even years after the poop is gone.” (http://dogtalk101.blogspot.com/2010/01/facts-about-dangers-of-dog-poop.html