While evaluating all aspects of Community Association Management and the steps Trestle needs to take to ensure seamless operations for its client associations, it was determined that compliance enforcement will proceed as normal. Just as associations are tasked with collecting assessments, they are also tasked with equal and equitable enforcement of the governing documents. As…

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Trestle continues to work closely with industry experts to forecast potential financial challenges posed by COVID-19. Currently, many Community Association attorneys specializing in collection believe that most associations will experience a 20% delinquency rate as a result of the economic challenges posed by COVID-19. Anticipating a potential increase in delinquencies can allow communities to strategize…

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Trestle closed its office to the public on Tuesday, March 24th following Governor Jay Inslee’s Stay Home order. Fortunately, Trestle invested in remote capabilities well in advance of the current pandemic and as a result, has been able to fully move operations offsite without any impact to the level of service experienced by client associations.…

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With the release of Governor Jay Inslee’s recent Stay Home order, Trestle Community Management will immediately move to full remote operations. The Trestle team remains available via telephone and email, but the office space will no longer be open to the public. Trestle’s regular business hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm…

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With recent recommendations from Governor Jay Inslee that all Washington residents self-quarantine and residents over age 70 self-isolate, as well as the Washington State Department of Health’s recommendation to practice social distancing (maintaining a distance of at least six feet from others), Trestle recognizes that there is an ever-increasing opportunity for community members to support…

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As the situation around the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, Trestle urges residents to act responsibly and to take precautions to protect themselves, their loved ones, and other community members from illness.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) are responding to the global outbreak of Coronavirus.  On a local level,…

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Trestle Community Management continues to operate in a near normal approach during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with key services and deliverables occurring to normal deadlines. Trestle’s physical office remains open with a skeletal crew to receive US mail, packages and drop off items only.  We ask that you do not physically come in unless it…

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