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May 27, 2020


Dear Board Members and Homeowners,


During these uncertain times, we all have experienced the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in every aspect of our lives. As we continue to monitor the daily changing environment, we continue to evaluate the impact it has on our business, public and personal health and the safety of our associations, homeowners, and employees. My heart and prayers go out to everyone. At UPI, we want to assure you we are carefully assessing, monitoring, and adapting to any necessary changes so that everyone’s safety is first and that your associations continue to run seamlessly, optimally, and as fluidly as possible.


Our office will be open to the public, starting June 1, 2020. Our Managers will be attending Board meetings starting June 1, 2020. 


Please understand some meeting rooms are still closed for Board meetings, this may present problems in trying to find locations to meet. UPI does have a conference room that may be used with a limit of eight in the room.


All our managers can be contacted by their email which are listed on our web site at

On our web site we will try to keep you posted on any changes concerning the Covid-19 Virus that pertains to our association members.


We want to thank each one of you for your continued faith and trust in University Properties, Inc.


Please stay safe and listen to Local and Federal government and CDC.



Best Regards,



Richard P. Bailey


University Properties, Inc.

COVID-19: What older adults need to know 


Here are the important steps you should take to protect yourself from COVID-19. The CDC has several tips that all people with Medicare can do to stay healthy.

The CDC recommends that you:

  • Stay home if possible.
  • Wash your hands often.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces.
  • Avoid all cruise travel and non-essential air travel.
  • Contact your healthcare professional if you have concerns about COVID-19 or if you are sick.

More Info

If you do need to see your doctor, please call them first. They may be able to use telehealth services for common office visits, mental health counseling, and preventive health screenings.


The Medicare Team

Note: You can learn more about COVID-19 and your Medicare coverage on

If you or a family member has the
symptoms of the COVID-19 VIRUS.
Please call your local county Health 
Department, do not go to the ER.
You will be given instructions by them of
the next steps.

813-307-8010 & 813-307-8000 (after hours)


352-521-1450 (option 5)