Due to the extended “Stay in Place” order, CCDC will remain
closed to the general public through at least May 30th for the health and safety
of our staff and residents. However, Housing Managers will continue to be
available via phone or email with any questions or issues that may arise.
-The following buildings will remain closed through at least May
30th to all non-essential visitors.
Menard County Hi-rise
-All non-emergency work orders/inspections/treatments will be
postponed through at least May 30th. Emergency work orders must still be dealt
with as needed. Contact the after-hours maintenance emergency line for your
property if you have an issue. Please note that staff will ask a series of
COVID-19 questions if an emergency work order is called in to make sure it is
safe to enter the unit.
-While our maintenance staff will be working on a limited basis
taking care of outdoor work and other individual projects, we do ask that you
respectfully allow them to do their jobs and keep away from them. They have
been instructed to maintain a distance from residents at this time.
-In keeping with the Governor’s order, we ask all residents to
wear masks when outside of their units.
-All community rooms and scheduled events will remain closed and
events will be cancelled through at least May 30th. No gatherings of any kind
will take place.
-If you have experienced a loss of income due to employment
changes or are having difficulty paying rent, please make sure to make your
Housing Manager aware.
We will continue to keep communication open to the best of our
ability with our residents and the general public through our Facebook page and
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions.
Meggann Bell, CEO