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Good Friends Make Great Neighbors!
If you know someone who’s looking for a great West Sacramento apartment rental, refer them to Courtyard Village and receive a credit toward your rent (please contact your apartment leasing office for the current resident referral bonus*).
To be eligible, you must be a current resident in good standing at the time your friend moves in. The resident referral bonus will be applied to your rental account after they’ve moved in. Don’t delay, the more you refer the more you earn!

HOT OFF THE PRESS - Tenant Online Portal

Manage your account with the Courtyard Village Tenant Portal. See Your Ledger, Documents, Maintenance Requests, Work Oders and have Direct Communication with your Property Manager. Create an account today by contacting your leasing agent or you can register by sending an email to and include your name, phone number and apartment number. Please write Register Me in the subject of your email.

March 2015 Newsletter

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Spring Begins Friday, March 20th

Spring traditionally marks the end of Winter and the beginning of a season that signifies longer days and warmer temperatures.  The first day of Spring is also know as the Vernal Equinox.  This marks the day that the Suns path is directly over the equator.  This day also contains equal amounts of day time and night time.  This day typically occurs each year on March 20, and on March 21 on some years. 







Calendar of Events

March 1st Rent is due

March 6th Rent is late (fees applied)

March 8th Daylight Saving Time Starts

March 17th Saint Patrick's Day

March 20th The first day of Spring

March 29th Palm Sunday


Don't Forget to Conserve

Daylight Savings Time

In 2015 Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday March 8, 2015 at 2:00 a.m. local time.  Clocks will shift forward 1 hour, making the local time 3:00 a.m.

Daylight Savings time was begun in an effort to help save energy and provide workers with more hours of serviceable daylight during the long summer days.  

Daylight Savings Time was first introduced in the U.S. in 1918.  However, it was not until 1966, when the Uniform Act was passed, that all states had to either observe DST or pass a state law to abstain.

Benjamin Franklin first proposed the idea of DST in 1784.  He wrote An Economical Project for the Journal of Paris, wherein he discussed the cost of oil for lamps as well as working while it was dark, and sleeping while it was day.