Island Palm Communities launches new website, Facebook page

| September 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

Island Palm Communities
News Release

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — With the recent launch of a new name, logo and graphic brand elements, Island Palm Communities also went live with a new website.

“The new website was developed with a lot of input from both newly arrived residents and current residents,” said Tom Adams, director, Property Management. 

“They are two distinct audiences requiring very different information, so we divided our site into two sections – one for inbound Soldiers and families and one for current residents.”

Inbound Soldiers can access valuable information and resources that will help make a family’s move easier, including information about each installation and its amenities and services, schools, and the cost of living in Hawaii. All can be found in this section dedicated to families moving to the islands.

“A home search engine is one of the new features on our site,” Adams said. “A Soldier can select his or her duty station, then input his or her rank and number of dependents. 

“Search results will show which communities on each installation have homes that meet his or her profile, and the Soldier can get floor plans, photos and get in touch with a personal leasing consultant,” Adams continued.

The website for current residentsmakes it easier for families to find information about news, activities and services. 

Individual community pages dis-play communitywide news, as well as information specific to a community. 

Another feature is an online form submission tool that will make it easier for residents to do things such as register pets or vehicles, request the installation of a satellite dish or notify their community of a change.

While signatures and approvals are still required for several requests, the feature can save residents a trip to their community center. 

“We want our services and staff to be accessible and convenient, and the information and tools on our website will help,” Adams said.

 

Visit www.islandpalmcommunities.com.  To learn about special events and other information, search Facebook for “Island Palm Communities.” 

 

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