Fair Housing for The Commons At Spring Mill Apartments
The Commons At Spring Mill Apartments operates in accordance with the Fair Housing Act (The Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended by the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988), as well as all applicable state and local laws regarding fair housing and equal opportunity. IT IS ILLEGAL TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY PERSON BECAUSE OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, SEX, DISABILITY, or FAMILIAL STATUS (“Familial Status” means one or more individuals under 18 living with either a parent or other authorized person, and also applies to any person who is pregnant or in the process of securing custody of a minor child), TO ADVERTISE ANY PREFERENCE, LIMITATION, OR DISCRIMINATION BASED ON ANY OF THE FOREGOING, OR TO ADVERTISE ANY INTENTION TO MAKE ANY SUCH PREFERENCE, LIMITATION, OR DISCRIMINATION.
State or local law may provide additional protections. The Commons At Spring Mill Apartments will not knowingly advertise for real estate in any manner that violates the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised on this Web site are available on an equal opportunity basis. The Commons At Spring Mill Apartments is committed to ensuring that our residents and their guests share equal access to the buildings, amenities, resources, and activities available at our communities to the fullest extent possible.
The Commons At Spring Mill Apartments also recognizes that if our residents or their guests have disabilities, they may have particular needs. We will work with our residents to identify things that can be done to make our apartment homes and the amenity areas more accessible or useable by our residents or their guests with disabilities.
If you or your guest has a disability and you think that an accommodation or modification might enhance access to or enjoyment of your apartment or your community, you may request it any time during your residency.