Connecting With Your Neighbors No Matter What
We are all adjusting to these unusual times together and apart. For the ones you can't see in person, there's no better resource in this hectic time than social media. It will keep you connected and entertained under any circumstances.
Where you can find your Camden community:
If you have a favorite social media platform, you can find your Camden community team. Our teams are posting entertaining and informative items on Facebook, Twitter, and now Instagram. You can see what is happening at your community with a quick click of the Follow button.
When you want to speak with a Camden team member, we're available at the Leasing Office by appointment, or you can give us a call. After hours, you can still call and connect with Camden Contact Center for emergency maintenance requests. Don't worry, neighbor; we'll be there for you!
Where you can find your Camden neighbors:
MyCamden.com is an excellent resource for talking to your neighbors online. It's the same website you use for rent payments and service requests. But you can also post questions, start conversations, and connect with people. Most people these days don't even know their neighbors! But when things get rough, being able to communicate with your neighbors in a safe space is invaluable. I also recommend signing up for your Camden community emails, so you don't miss any important updates.
On a broader scale, you can connect with your area neighbors on Nextdoor. Nextdoor is an app that connects you to your neighbors and keeps you up to date on local happenings. It's a great resource for tips and recommendations and to keep up with what is happening in your community or city.
Where you can connect with people with similar interests:
Social media is also a great way to connect to likeminded individuals in your community. Facebook groups are particularly popular for discussion among people with similar interests. You can meet new friends or engage in a new cause or hobby, all from the comfort of your home. Make sure you're ready for anything by getting familiar with things like your Wi-Fi set up and start downloading any apps you may need in the future.
Reach out to friends and family
Even the World Health Organization recommends using digital methods to stay in touch. You can maintain contact with family, friends, and coworkers also while keeping safe social distancing in mind. No matter what is going on in the world, your people are always just a click or call away.
Stay safe, and stay connected, neighbors!
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