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Coronavirus Information and Resources

We care for our residents and employees and are supporting social distancing as advised by the CDC and the National Apartment Association. With COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) impacting our communities, we know you may have questions or concerns. For the most up to date information, visit the CDC website:

Goldmark continues to closely monitor the potential and increasing impacts of COVID-19. We are committed to protect the health and safety of our communities and have implemented policies recommended by public health and or governmental authorities intended to help prevent further transmission of the virus.

As we make adjustments to our services to best support our residents and uphold the health and safety of everyone, we will provide updates to this page, adding to the FAQ section below and via email to our residents. We are in constant communication with our community office teams to ensure seamless operations to the best of our abilities during these challenging circumstances. We are doing our best to serve you in these uncertain times. This is a quickly changing environment, so we truly appreciate your patience.

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Latest Updates

Outdoor Spaces Open June 1

Outdoor Spaces Open June 1

Effective June 1, we are excited to reopen our community grills, dog parks, sundecks, courtyard patios and playgrounds across nearly all of our Goldmark properties. Please follow our Outdoor Space Guidelines.

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Jun 1, 2020
Full Maintenance Services to Resume June 1

Full Maintenance Services to Resume June 1

Effective June 1, our maintenance team will begin servicing non-emergency requests. Our plans align with the guidelines set forth by the CDC, local health authorities, and the National Apartment Association (NAA).

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May 29, 2020
Here to Help with Rent Concerns

Here to Help with Rent Concerns

We understand that Covid-19 is not only a health emergency, but is also turning into a financial emergency. Goldmark is committed to helping our residents facing challenges during these unprecedented times.

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Mar 27, 2020
Here for You During the MN Stay at Home Order

Here for You During the MN Stay at Home Order

Per the Minnesota Housing Authority, workers who are needed to keep apartment buildings operational and sanitary have been given a critical services exemption and may continue to perform workd during the term of the Executive Order. As such, Goldmark Property Management will continue to serve our residents.

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Mar 26, 2020
Visitor Updates

Visitor Updates

Out of care and concern for the health and safety of our residents, and at the recommendations of the CDC, local health officials, and the National Apartment Association (NAA), we are asking you to limit visitors to your homes going forward.

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Mar 23, 2020
Community Office Availability Update [COVID-19]

Community Office Availability Update [COVID-19]

The care of our residents continues to be a priority to us. That includes taking preventive measures. Effective Friday, March 20, we will shift to providing support to residents to via phone and/or email only.  Our offices will be staffed, but closed to the public. 

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Mar 19, 2020
Maintenance Service Update [COVID-19]

Maintenance Service Update [COVID-19]

Based upon many resident requests to not enter your home, as well as guidance from the CDC for social distancing and self-isolation, we are temporarily stopping non-emergency maintenance as of 5:00 PM on Thursday, March 19, until further notice.

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Mar 19, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

I need help from the office. How should I contact them?

Our teams are here to support all residents by phone or email at this time. Contact your Community Office.


My state issued a Stay at Home Executive Order. Will Goldmark still be operating?

Yes! Workers needed to keep apartment buildings operational and sanitary have been given a critical services exemption and may continue to perform work during the term of the Executive Order.  As such, Goldmark Property Management will remain open through the Executive Order to continue to serve our residents.. Please contact your Community Office via email or phone for with your questions or needs.

How do I request maintenance during this COVID-19 pandemic?

Contact your Community Office to get started. Based upon many resident requests to not enter your home, as well as guidance from the CDC for social distancing and self-isolation, we are temporarily stopping non-emergency maintenance as of 5:00 PM on Thursday, March 19, until further notice.

If you have an emergency request, please call your office and follow the prompts. Do not make emergency request online or via email.

To protect the health and safey of you and our staff, we ask the following:

  • Please disinfect the surface area where the technician will need to work.
  • While our technician is in your home, please maintain a 6 foot distance from our staff as advised by the CDC.

If you have a maintenance request that is not considered an emergency, please still submit your request to your community office. We will notify you when we are able to perform non-emergency maintenance requests.

What is considered emergency maintenance?

The following are considered daytime emergencies:

  • Flooding due to a back up, plumbing break, or roof leak
  • No heat if exterior temps are below 50 degrees
  • Toilet not working
    • As a reminder, do not place paper towels, wipes or sanitary products in the toilet as they may cause backups. If you are suffering from a lack of toilet paper, please place alternative toilet paper items in a lined trash can and dispose of properly
  • Loss of power in a room or apartment
  • Appliance not working
  • Plugged drains in which the water will not drain
  • No hot water

After hour emergencies would consist of:

  • Flooding due to a back up, plumbing break, or roof leak
  • No heat if exterior temps are below 50 degrees
  • No hot water

If you have an emergency request, please call your office and follow the prompts. Do not make emergency request online or via email.


What if I've experienced income loss due to COVID-19 and am unable to pay my rent?

We understand that COVID-19 is not just a public health emergency; it is an economic emergency as well. In addition to trying to protect our health during this global pandemic, many are now in the predicament of facing financial hardship due to school and business closures.

To support our communities in this unprecedented time, we have expanded our payment options for residents experiencing income loss due to COVID-19. Please contact your Community Office for details.

Additionally, here are quick links to several resources to help you.

Will my move in or move out date change?

At this time, scheduled move-in and move-outs will proceed as planned, but the process may change to promote social distancing. Our teams will be proactive in notifying you of any changes. If you have a question, please contact your Community Office.


How do I sign up for the Resident Portal?

Our Resident Portal allows you to continue social distancing while being able to view account information or make a rent payment. If you have an email in our system, your code is emailed out on the 25th of the month inviting you to sign up.  If you did not get a code in your email, contact your office and they will assist you.

I am out of toilet paper due to the shortage. Can other products be flushed?

No. Wipes, napkins, paper towels and facial tissues are not considered flushable. While they may physically go down the drain, they cause blockages in the plumbing and sewer system as they do not degrade like toilet paper.

If you use anything other than toilet paper for your bathroom needs, please place used products in a plastic bag and dispose of it appropriately. Doing so will reduce the likelihood of a plumbing or sewer problems, and therefore reduce the chance that you need to request maintenance to enter your home during this period of social distancing.

I've been told that I must self-quarantine because of recent travel or possible exposure. What should I do?

Anyone who has received instruction to self-quarantine due to recent travel or potential exposure must follow public health instructions. Contact your health care provider and follow their instructions.

Goldmark will cooperate with any instructions provided to us by the CDC and/or local health care authorities as it pertains to individual cases.

What will happen if someone at my apartment building is confirmed to have COVID-19?

If this occurs, Goldmark will work closely with state and local health authorities implement any steps they require to protect the community. Read further details.

Will there be resident events and activities during this time?

Resident events and activities have been suspended at all properties through the end of March. We will continue to monitor the situation regularly.

Can I pay rent without going to the office?

Yes!  The easiest option is to utilize our free online Resident Portal to make payments from your bank account. Learn about all of your options at:

How will I get packages at this time if the office is closed?

You can have it delivered to your apartment address.  Some delivery services allow you to hold a package at a distribution center.  Watch for your tracking information and reach out to the delivery provider for further options.

How can I update my contact info?

Contact your community office with updated contact information for you and any household members.

I need to find an apartment. Are you still providing tours?

Absolutely! Our teams have a variety of touring options including video tours and self-guided tours. Contact our teams to get started.

Where can I find more information about COVID-19?

Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for the most up to date information including symptoms, how it spreads, and how to protect yourself:

Resources to Support You

This is a challenging time for all of us. Here are quick links to several resources to help you.

Community Resources

Dial 211 for essential community services. Dialing “211” provides individuals and families in need with a shortcut through what can be a bewildering maze of health and human service agency phone numbers. By simply dialing 211, those in need of assistance can be referred, and sometimes connected, to appropriate agencies and community organizations. Learn more about COVID-19 related resources from 211.

Types of Referrals Offered by dialing 211 (may vary slightly by state):

  • Basic Human Needs Resources – including food and clothing banks, shelters, rent assistance, and utility assistance.
  • Physical and Mental Health Resources – including health insurance programs, Medicaid and Medicare, maternal health resources, health insurance programs for children, medical information lines, crisis intervention services, support groups, counseling, and drug and alcohol intervention and rehabilitation.
  • Work Support – including financial assistance, job training, transportation assistance and education programs.
  • Access to Services in Non-English Languages – including language translation and interpretation services to help non-English-speaking people find public resources (Foreign language services vary by location.)
  • Support for Older Americans and Persons with Disabilities – including adult day care, community meals, respite care, home health care, transportation and homemaker services.
  • Children, Youth and Family Support – including child care, after-school programs, educational programs for low-income families, family resource centers, summer camps and recreation programs, mentoring, tutoring and protective services.
  • Suicide Prevention – referral to suicide prevention help organizations. Callers can also dial the following National Suicide Prevention Hotline numbers which are operated by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:
    • 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
    • 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
    • 1-888-SUICIDE (1-888-784-2433)
    • 1-877-SUICIDA (1-877-784-2432) (Spanish)

North Dakota COVID Rent Bridge

The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ COVID Emergency Rent Bridge can provide temporary rental assistance to renters in North Dakota who are experiencing a substantial loss of household income due to COVID-19 and meets the income limits. Learn more about the ND Emergency Rent Bridge. Goldmark has registered as an elibible housing provider.


Federal Economic Impact Payments

The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service announced the distribution of economic impact payments.

Filing for Unemployment

The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration has provided new guide to state governments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the guidance, federal law permits significant flexibility for states to amend their laws to provide unemployment insurance benefits in multiple scenarios related to COVID-19. For example, federal law allows states to pay benefits where:

  • An employer temporarily ceases operations due to COVID-19, preventing employees from coming to work;
  • An individual is quarantined with the expectation of returning to work after the quarantine is over; and
  • An individual leaves employment due to a risk of exposure or infection or to care for a family member.

In addition, federal law does not require an employee to quit in order to receive benefits due to the impact of COVID-19.

Find unemployment links for your state:

Factsheets from the CDC

These and other helpful factsheets can be found on the CDC Website:

COVID-19 Stop the Spread of Germs

CDC always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, including: Avoid close contact with people who are sick; avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth; wash hand with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.