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THIS IS A SAN MATEO COWORKING COMMUNITY SPACE

  • Be kind and show respect to both members and visitors. Cowork Chilliwack’s ability to survive and thrive depends on how you interact with others.
  • Try to give more to the quality of the space than you take from it.
  • Let us know when something needs fixing or improving!
  • Clean up after yourself—do your dishes and do your part to keep the space tidy.

COFFEE AND BEVERAGE

  • Brew more coffee. It’s fine to pour the last cup of coffee as long as you prepare more for the next person. Members are responsible to make more coffee as needed.
  • Notify the office manager if we are low on coffee and other supplies.
  • When the water bin is low, please feel free take the initiative to fill out the water bottle.

CHECK IN

  • All members must check in on their app when you first enter the space
  • You can check in using app on your phone, your PC, and your MAC.

ACCESS

  • Private Office and Unlimited Coworking Members: You have 24/7/365 access to the space.
  • Other members and Day Pass Members: You have access 6 AM to 6 PM during regular business days.

NO SMOKING

LAST ONE OUT? TURN OFF THE LIGHTS

  • Treat the space like you are leaving your own home
  • Make sure the refrigerator door is closed
  • Turn off main lights
  • Make sure the door is locked behind you

ONLINE CHAT COMMUNITY

  • We will have an online chat community available
  • You are welcome to join the chatroom
  • Treat this like any other public chatroom

GARBAGE

  • Put all of your garbage in the kitchen garbage can. This will allow us to keep everything fresh and clean between cleaner visits.

RECYCLING

  • Please put your recyclable items into the recycle bin throughout the space
  • There is a paper recycling box next to the printer
  • There is a paper shredder you can use in the open area

NO POSTERS OR SIGNS

  • To keep things fair and consistent for all members, please don’t put up signs or posters on the interior and exterior windows or walls.

KITCHEN

  • Kitchen area is the common area shared by everyone. Keep it clean. Remember that you are one of many, and if everyone left a little mess, you’d wind up with something you’d never want anyone to face. Take an extra step or two and put your trash in the garbage can, wipe up any spills, and remove whatever you brought in that day. You wouldn’t appreciate someone else’s sticky mess, so don’t assume it’s okay to leave one for others.
  • Respect refrigerator real estate. When you have a large group of coworkers using the same refrigerator, space becomes valuable. Only refrigerate what needs to be kept cold. The rest can remain in a bag at your desk.
  • Only eat and drink what is yours. No matter how tempting another employee’s soda appears, it doesn’t belong to you, so don’t take it. Unless the person offers you some, pretend it isn’t there. If you crave it, add the item to your shopping list and get your own.
  • Label your food. Write your name in bold letters to make sure there is no doubt about who your food or drink belongs to. That way, someone can’t honestly say he accidentally picked up something he thought was his.
  • Remove your food before it spoils. Ideally you should only use the refrigerator for what you plan to eat that day. However, there may be times when you’ll need to keep your lunch or drink there for a few days. This does not make it okay to leave it there indefinitely. Take it out before it starts to stink up the place or grows green things. If your company has a policy about not leaving items overnight, honor it.
  • Leave appliances as you found them…or better than you found them. When you use an office appliance such as a toaster or microwave, check it afterward and make sure you didn’t leave crumbs or splatters. Your coworkers will be annoyed if they have to clean up your mess before they use the appliances.
  • Let someone know when the kitchen staples and supplies run low. If you see that the napkin dispenser is almost empty, either fill it or contact someone to replenish it. The same goes for paper plates, plastic flatware, sugar, coffee creamer, and anything else that is consumable.
  • Brew more coffee. It’s fine to pour the last cup of coffee as long as you prepare more for the next person. Members are responsible to make more coffee as needed.
  • Be respectful of strong odors. No one wants her yogurt to taste like last night’s fish. Avoid bringing food with smells that can leach and linger.
  • Have good table manners. Even when you’re eating lunch in the break room with coworkers, you should still treat it as a business lunch.
  • Avoid a floor hazard. If you spill something, clean it up. You don’t want to be responsible for someone slipping and falling. Don’t forget to test it after you wipe it clean. If there is any sticky or slimy residue, clean it again.
  • Observe after-party leftover rules. After an office party, your supervisor may decide to store the leftovers in the refrigerator and on the counters in the kitchen with an open invitation to help yourself. However, don’t assume that it’s a free-for-all. If the supervisor doesn’t post a message or send an email granting permission to take what you want, ask before grabbing.
  • Join the cleanup committee. After the party, jump in and help clean up the mess. If enough people do this, it shouldn’t take long to have the space spic-and-span. On the flip-side, walking away from the mess can leave you with a bad reputation for not carrying your share of the responsibility.
  • Clean as you see the need. When you see something out of place in the kitchen or the trashcan overflowing, do something about it. Most of the time, you can do it yourself. If your company has a cleaning crew or maintenance staff, call and request someone to take out the trash.
  • We reserve the rights to remove any food left overnight in the refrigerator.

Get in Touch with Us

Send us a message, and one of our community managers will contact you to give you more information or schedule a tour.