Depending on which DCP complex you live in, the laundry facilities are all different.
Best is at The Commons, with a stacked washer/dryer unit in every apartment. A dream come true!! No more having to deal with people rudely taking your laundry out of machines -or worse – stealing your clothes out of the dryer!
Second best is Chatham Square or Patterson Court. There are laundry buildings scattered across each housing property. In each laundry building, the high-efficiency washers and dryers accept debit or credit cards.
The machines are equipped with new technology (LaundryView) that allows the user to sign up for text or email message alerts when the load is complete, and also check which building has washers and dryers that are available.
Link to LaundryView for Chatham Square: www.laundryview.com/chathamsquare
Link to LaundryView for Patterson Court: www.laundryview.com/pattersoncourt
You can also use the link to report a problem with a washer/dryer.
Vista Way: High-efficiency washers and dryers are located on the ground floor of each building and there are a lot of them, you usually don’t have to wait.
Link to LaundryView for Vista Way: www.laundryview.com/VistaWay
They operate on a prepaid laundry card, credit cards, and quarters. These prepaid cards can be purchased outside of the Vista Way clubhouse, near the Clubroom.
They cost $5, with a $1 non-refundable fee. You can add money to your laundry card at anytime. Vista Way is currently the only complex that utilizes the prepaid laundry card system, but that could change soon.
It costs $1.50 to wash and another $1.50 to dry a load of laundry. Single-serve laundry supplies are available via nearby vending machines, but we recommend buying a bottle of laundry detergent or the HE detergent pods, and also a box of dryer sheets.
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