Evaluation Checklist

The Checklist is currently an .xls file attached to this page on the bottom.  It takes all the items listed on the Good Maintenance Descriptions document and puts them on a checklist with a place to check Acceptable, Needs Improvement, Failed or Not Applicable.  There is a little bit of space for notes.  In the header of the document there is a space for the evaluators to be listed and for the resident to initial if they join in.
 
This is how the process goes: An evaluation team comes to the homes in the specified court or street in a window of time based on the availability of volunteers and cooperation with the weather.  Residents are encouraged to look for the walk-through evaluators so they can participate.  Ideally, at least two people will evaluate each home.  Participants will look at one property at a time to check off the items on the checklist in order.  For example, a cracked sidewalk might be checked "Needs Improvement," but a sidewalk with lots of loose gravel coming off it should be checked "Failed."  Each item at the front of each house is inspected by the team, then the team inspects one side property of the row or home.  The team then moves to the back and inspects the back of the houses in the row.  The team finishes the row with the other side yard.
 
All original checklists will be kept in the office, but a copy will be given to each resident, and owner if they are different people.  Any "Failed" item will be followed up within a specified amount of time.   Sue
 
There is one version to use with the cedar courts, and one for non-cedar courts, twins and single homes.
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Debbie Dainis,
Mar 26, 2010, 5:28 AM
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Debbie Dainis,
Mar 26, 2010, 5:21 AM
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