Happy Labor Day!

Wishing everyone a happy and relaxing Labor Day!

Happy Independence Day!

We hope everyone enjoys a fun and relaxing time with family and friends as we celebrate America's freedom.

Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Father's Day! We hope all of the Dads out there have a great day with loved ones! Let us know how you plan to help Dad relax today!

Happy Memorial Day!

Wishing everyone a happy Memorial Day as we remember the many heroes who have served our country.

Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother's Day! How are you planning to celebrate mom today?

Happy Spring!

Everything is starting to bud and bloom! What are you doing to enjoy this lovely change in weather?

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

May the luck of the Irish be with you! How will you be celebrating today?

Happy Presidents Day

Today we take the time to honor our courageous leaders and how their visions have shaped our great country.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Wishing you a sweet day with your loved ones!

Emergency Weather Update

The Edgewater Office of Emergency Management has received a Blizzard Warning from The National Weather Service beginning with light snow on Monday morning, January 26, 2015, and intensifying through the afternoon with periods of heavy snow of anywhere from 2-4 inches per hour and expected to last through Wednesday. They have suggested that you please stay off the roads unless it is necessary for you to travel. The Edgewater area will be expecting anywhere from 14-18 inches of snow and wind gust of up to 50MPH in our area. We ask that you please clear all items from your balconies, make sure you have plenty of water, food supplies, radios and batteries, warm clothes and blankets, and all necessities for your pets. Our office will probably be closed on Tuesday, January 27, 2015, we will keep you updated. Maintenance will still be available for any emergencies, you may reach them on the maintenance hotline at 1-866-730-9234, or the 24 hour concierge at 201-969-0442. Our office will be open tomorrow if you have any questions. Please be careful on the roads and always stay prepared.

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