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.
Please view the floor plans:
Brooklane Mailing Address:
Ellensburg, WA 98926
Office: Brooklane I-7
Typical office hours Sunday-Thursday 200-300 PM (subject to change)
Manager: Josiah Benson Email: Brooklane.email@example.com
Community Programmer: Katie Venskie
Get ready for the BIG GAME!
Please keep a look out for advertisement we will be posting information about the game on Sunday. The game will be shown in the Anderson main lounge on Sunday Feb 2nd.
Would you like to learn about the new laws concerning Marijuana? Or maybe you want to learn origins or what kind of affect it can have on your body. Please come out to the student village MPR February 19th at 5:00 PM. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
If you need assistance-such as if you're locked out, or if you have any questions or concerns after the University Housing Office has closed (from 5PM - 8AM Monday-Friday) and 24/7 on weekends please call the on-call manager at (509) 201-6112.
UPDATE ON PAINTING
Please bear with us residents. we know that Brooklane has not looked its best lately but the panting process has begun. very soon it should be finished and look great! Thank you for your understanding.
Don't forget your keys! Did you know that if you get locked out three or more times you will be documented and could have to have a meeting with the Residence Hall Coordinator? Remember your keys!
The laundry room is a shared space so lets keep it clean! If you bring it in, bring it out. Throw trash in the appropriate receptacle. Don't leave clothes in machines for longer than 30 minutes after the completion of the cycle. If you do your clothes will be taken out of the machine and placed somewhere safe while the machine is being used.
Dont forget about SEOI's!!
Winter QuarterMonday, December 9, 2013 Spring QuarterMonday, March 17, 2014 Summer QuarterMonday, JuDeShields Honored With National Distinguished Service Award
June 7, 2012 ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Richard DeShields, Central Washington University's Associ