Welcome to Park Laurel

Park Laurel Happy Hour

The Park Laurel Social Committee invites you to join your neighbors on Tuesday, June 27th for the second Happy Hour of the year in the South Tower Lobby! 

The casual happy hour will be from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Bring whatever you like to drink and an appetizer to share!  We’ll supply glasses, ice, plates, and napkins.  

We look forward to seeing you there!

Out of Town Checklist

Whether you’re going out of town for the weekend or leaving for two weeks, here are a few essential things you should always do around your home before your departure. By following the 6 tips listed below, you can leave with peace of mind and return to your home just as you left it. 

This flyer can be placed on the wall in your laundry room, inside a cabinet door, or wherever you please.  We hope this works as an easy reminder for you. 

1. Notify the Front Desk

Please remember to notify the front desk when you will be away from your condo. This will help staff be aware of who may access the unit during your time away and who your emergency contact will be if something occurs in the unit. 

2. Turn Water Off

Turning off your water is one of the most important things you should always remember to do when leaving your unit unattended for a period of time. This can help save you from not only stress and headaches but also from spending thousands on repairs. To make arrangements for your water to be shut off, please contact the Front Desk or Management in advance of your departure date.   

3. Place Water Leak Sensor in Kitchen Sink

In addition to turning off the water, please remember o place the water detection sensor inside your kitchen sink.  This is a great practice even when leaving for the evening if you have dinner plans.  The sensor will alert the Front Desk immediately if a kitchen sink backup occurs so that we can work to prevent further damage from occurring to your unit and the unit below.

4. Adjust the Thermostat

By adjusting your thermostat according to the season, you can save both energy and money by not heating/cooling an empty home. If your trip is during a warmer season of the year, then set the thermostat to a higher temperature while you’re away (no higher than 85 degrees). If your trip is during a colder season, then set the thermostat to a lower temperature (no lower than 50 degrees).  Don’t forget to have your HVAC unit maintained at least once a year. 

5. Unplug Electronics

Another way to save energy and money is to unplug and switch off any electronics at home that will not be used while you’re gone. This simple step can include unplugging your television and turning off all of your lights.   

6. Remove Waste

There’s nothing worse than coming home and asking “What’s that smell?” Make sure to clean out all trash bins, and remove any perishables that may go bad while you’re away.  

For any additional tips or questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Front Desk at (619)696-6402 or via email at: concierge@parklaurel.net

Annual Drain Cleaning


The drain cleaning project for Park Laurel has been rescheduled to Monday, March 7th through Friday, March 11th

We will need to go into select units below to send a cable to the main plumbing line and clean out that section of the stack. We will only be working on the kitchen and primary bath sinks. The plumbers recommended cleaning from the bottom up, so the units listed below are in the order that we will visit.

Although your unit may not be listed below, please note that all units will need to do the following;

  1. Not run any water in the kitchen and primary bath sinks during the time that your stack is being cleaned. The plumbing will be exposed during this time, and running water could cause damage to a unit below.
  2. We will call a few times throughout the day and ask that you run hot water down your sinks. This accomplishes two things; (1) helps push everything down and out that was cleaned and (2) ensures that the work didn’t cause a clog in the mainline at your elevation. If you are out of town, or if we cannot get in touch with you, Massi, Pedro, or I will enter your unit and run water and monitor your sink. This is necessary to prevent any damage. 

The schedule will be as follows;

Monday, March 7th  – North Tower

301, 401, 601, 801, 1001, 1101 – 8:00 am to 11:30 am

302, 402, 602, 802, 1002, 1102 – 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Tuesday, March 8th  – North Tower

202, 403, 703, 803, 1003, 1203 – 8:00 am to 11:30 am

201, 404, 704, 804, 1004 – 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Wednesday, March 9th  – South Tower

TH4, 405, 605, 805, 1205 – 8:00 am to 11:30 am

204, 408, 608, 808, 1108,  – 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Thursday, March 10th  – South Tower

306, 606, 806, 1006, 1206 – 8:00 am to 11:30 am

307, 407, 607, 807, 1107 – 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Friday, March 11th   – Garage work – We will contact select units about moving their vehicles this day.

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2500 Sixth Avenue
San Diego, CA 92103
Phone | (619) 696-6402
Fax | (619) 696-6401

Management Team

General Manager
Daniela Enck | manager@parklaurel.net

Resident Services Manager
Veronica Phillips | vphillips@actionlife.com

Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
750 B Street, Suite 2860
San Diego, CA 92101
phone | (800) 400-2284