Friendly Reminders

As a Sifton Resident, there are a few important reminders that you’ll need to know in order to make sure your home and community are the best they can be! We will continue to send you any important updates, but we recommend bookmarking this page to refer back to!

Children Playing

Friendly reminder for all parents and guardians to take caution when letting their children play outside. Please remind your children to avoid playing in the parking lots, near vehicles and Sifton machinery. We appreciate your consideration to ensure your neighbor’s vehicles do not receive damage from bicycles, scooters, hockey sticks etc., along with keeping the children in our neighborhood safe!

Children & Pets in Vehicles

Keep children and pets safe! Never leave children and/or pets alone in your vehicle. Cars can heat up 20 degrees in less than 10 minutes in the warmer months. Rolling down the windows or parking in the shade will do very little to keep a car cool on a hot day.


As a courtesy to your neighbours, please be reminded that residents are required to park in their assigned spot. Visitor, or unmarked spaces may be used on a first come, first served basis. Please do not park in any designated Fire Route zones or on lawns. You can view and download our Sifton Parking Policies here.


We love the wildlife living in our community, but please refrain from feeding them! Feeding wildlife can create unwanted guests and messes on roads and in backyards. We appreciate your help in keeping the neighbourhoods clean and enjoyable for all. To keep your trash secure, check out this article for pointers.


Please be reminded that pet owners must have pets on leashes when outside the confines of their home and must clean up and dispose of dog waste, per City of London by-laws. In addition, pets are not to be leashed to trees in common spaces or outside the confines of patios and are to be supervised at all times.

Air Quality in Your Home

The key to mildew and mold prevention is simple: moisture control! Prevent mildew and mold growth in moist or wet areas including your shower, bathroom walls, ceilings, or underneath of your sinks by using a few simple tips! Learn how you can prevent mold and mildew here.

Maintenance Crews at Work

Our crews are out regularly providing regular maintenance to our properties. We ask residents to please use caution when approaching Sifton vehicles and machinery moving throughout the complex. We appreciate your patience if our equipment creates noise in your neighbourhood.


Bag waste securely in white or black bags at all times and place in your trash can with the lid on securely. Please do not leave loose items on the street or sidewalk. Litter and food items left sitting out on the curbs before garbage pick-up encourage unwanted wildlife to migrate to our neighbourhoods. These items aren’t picked up by the City and then Sifton staff have to clean them up which means there may be loose garbage sitting on the property for several hours. This is unsightly and not the condition we wish to see in the neighbourhood. Please place garbage out on the curb no earlier than the evening before the scheduled pick-up date. If garbage is left out too early and/or not bagged properly it can create a mess (especially if the wind moves litter around the grounds or wildlife get into it). Always follow the scheduled garbage collection dates for your area which can be found below:

You can download the Recycle Coach app here as well to stay up to date on waste and recycle days!

Vehicle Security Tips

Here are some important vehicle safety tips to make sure that your personal belongings stay safe:

  • Ensure the parking garage door is closed before driving into the garage and parking.
  • Do not leave valuables in your car and lock your vehicle at all times.
  • Consider using a car alarm or locking device.
  • Leave the parking garage if you encounter suspicious or unknown people. Notify your Resident Manager and the Police immediately.
  • Use a double lock on your bicycle and consider removing the front wheel.


  • Check your vehicle insurance policies to verify that they cover the true value of your personal contents should a theft occur.
  • Report theft and/or damage to your insurer and the Police.