Brooklane Village is located to the northeast of campus, and houses a mix of single students and students with families.
Brooklane Village apartments are located approximately 15 walking minutes from the campus core. The “cluster” arrangement provides a small community atmosphere that is appreciated by the residents. Apartments are available in duplex units or two-story units and some apartments have access for mobility impaired students. Wilson Creek, separated from the complex by a fence, skirts the edge of Brooklane Village.
A multipurpose building provides the residents with centrally located, coin operated laundry facilities. Outdoor play areas for children, as well as basketball courts, are provided. A large garden area is available where tenants may plant and care for individual vegetable gardens. Apartments are unfurnished (range and refrigerator provided). Utilities, except telephone service, are provided by the University. Tenants maintain the yard areas and sidewalks adjacent to their apartments.
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Brooklane Mailing Address:
Ellensburg, WA 98926
Manager: Jess Cawthon
Email (best form of contact): Brooklane.Manager@outlook.com
Office: BV I-7
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 10:30am to 11:30am
Office Phone: (509) 963 7041
Community Programmer: Tawnya Holtz
Office: BV I-7
The grounds crew will be mowing the lawns every Friday so please keep the areas in front of your apartments clear.
If you would like to check out of your apartment there are a few easy steps that you need to complete.
1. Contact housing to submit your 30 day notice.
This can be done by emailing: email@example.com or stopping into button hall located on Wildcat Way and University Way
2. Contact your manager at least three days in advance
You can contact Brooklane Manager Jess by emailing: Brooklane.Manager@outlook.com or calling 509.963.7041. Email is the best way to get in contact with your manager. If you do email your manager please use a descriptive subject line.
Apartment Manager Jess will send you an appointment request through outlook as verification of your appointment.
3. Clean your apartment
Staff has to go through the entire apartment no matter who is checking out . This means, staff checks: common spaces such as living room, kitchen, bathroom, and other shared spaces as well as bedrooms of the individual checking out. We do acknowledge that people are still living in an apartment if that is the case. This is the same for check ins as well.
If you would like a cleaning list, please get in contact with your manager.
4. Be at your appointment
Staff needs you to be present at your check out appointment. If you need to cancel or change the appointment in any way, please let your manager know ahead of time. If you are not present at your appointment, you will be charged $50 for an improper check out.
Richard DeShields, Central Washington University associate dean for student living, is the recipientCWU Apartment Staff Chosen As CWU Team Of The Year
Congratulations to our CWU Apartment Staff for being chosen as the CWU Team of the Year and awardedACUHO-I Professional Standards Institute
CWU Housing named as the host site for the ACUHO-I Professional Standards Institute in July.