Community Standards

Ledger™ Community Standards

Updated: January 12, 2022

1. Overview. Thank you for joining the Ledger Community! Ledger seeks to provide an inclusive atmosphere where everyone feels welcome. These Community Standards outline what is and isn’t allowed in our spaces, whether physical or virtual. These Community Standards apply to anyone who uses Ledger’s services and, as outlined in your Membership Agreement, Ledger may restrict your access or terminate your Membership for failure to meet them. These Community Standards are not intended to be a comprehensive list of inappropriate conduct, but rather to serve as general guidelines. Ledger will, from time to time, update these Community Standards. Please check this page regularly and, when in doubt, please ask!

2. The Players. In these Community Standards, words like we, our, and us refer to the operators of Ledger. Currently, this is Ledger Operations Community, LLC, but we have the right to change this legal entity at any time and without notice to you. Words like you, your, and Member refer to you, and any legal entity or person you represent, including your guests. 

3. Please Do:

  • Treat Others with Respect. Ledger is committed to providing all of its Members and guests with a respectful atmosphere. Please use discretion regarding discussions about sensitive topics. If someone looks like they are busy and concentrating on their work, they probably are. Additionally, Ledger does not tolerate harassment of any kind. 
  • Ride Your Bike to Work! Ledger is proud to offer the first bike-friendly coworking space in the mountain biking capital of the world. As a bike friendly workplace, we ask that you use extra caution biking the outside ramps, observe reasonable speeds going down the ramps, walk your bike to and from your space, or dedicated bike storage to help maintain bike areas clean and free from grease and dirt. You may not store your bike in a common area. 
  • Be Mindful of Your Noise. Short, quiet conversations or phone calls are generally fine, but longer conversations should be reserved for Ledger’s phone booths. Also, we ask that you set your personal electronic devices to silent or vibrate, and to use headphones/headsets when listening to any audio. 
  • Clean Up After Yourself. Our common areas are for all our Members and guests to enjoy. If you make a mess, clean it up. This includes your desk. 
  • Bring Your Own Lock. Although Ledger provides a bike storage area and personal lockers, you will need to bring your own lock. 
  • Wear Appropriate Attire. We’re not the fashion police, but as a professional co-working space, we ask that you refrain from wearing attire containing offensive words or images, swimsuits, or transparent clothing. 
  • Secure Your Personal Items. While you are using a Ledger space, you are responsible for your personal property. Ledger is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Ledger offers day lockers for your use, but you are responsible for providing a padlock. 
  • Use Our Spaces for Business Purposes Only. As a productivity-minded coworking space, Ledger may prohibit our Services to be used for retail, medical, residential, living space, storage, or illegal/offensive activities and any other activities at our discretion. 
  • Use Alcohol Responsibly. You must be of legal drinking age to drink alcohol on our property. You may only drink alcohol that has been provided by Ledger’s vendors. We ask that you do not over-indulge. If you are intoxicated, you may be asked to call it a night and to leave Ledger’s property. Ledger and its vendors reserve the right to limit or refuse to serve alcohol to any Member or guest for any reason, in their sole discretion. 

4. Please Don’t:

  • Use Offensive Language. Ledger is a “PG” community, so please refrain from foul language, innuendo, and culturally offensive language and gestures. 
  • Bring Children to Work. Ledger was designed with productivity in mind. If you would like to bring a guest under the age of 18 for a brief, non-disruptive visit, we are okay with that, but Ledger’s spaces are not intended to be a “bring your child to work” coworking space. 
  • Monopolize Open Spaces. Keep in mind that the open spaces of Ledger are for all Members and their guests. Sharing is caring! 
  • Smoke or Vape on Ledger Property. Smoking, vaping, or the use of e-cigarettes on Ledger property is not allowed. 
  • Use Space Heaters. If you have an issue with the climate control in your space, please reach out to us. The use of appliances, including hot plates, coffee makers, espresso machines, space heaters, refrigeration units, or personal HVAC equipment is not allowed. You may not use personal power strips, universal power supplies that are not supplied by Ledger. 
  • Bring Dangerous Items or Weapons. Ledger follows Arkansas law with regards to weapons and firearms. Firearms and other weapons may only be brought to Ledger in accordance with state law.
  • Allow Anyone Else to Use Your Keycard. You are responsible for your keycard, and Ledger does not allow you to share your keycard with another. You may not make any copies of your keycard. If your keycard is lost or stolen, please notify us immediately. You may be charged a fee for a replacement. 
  • Use Our Network Services as a Server or for Peer-to-Peer File Sharing. Our network services and internet access, including WiFi, are provided to you for business uses only. You may not run dedicated servers or engage in peer-to-peer file sharing (torrents, newsgroups, etc.) on our network without our expressed written consent. You may not use any software that is designed to perform malicious, hostile, or intrusive actions. You are responsible for keeping your own electronic devices free from viruses, malware, and any other disruptive software. Please refer to our Network Policy for further information. 

5. Restroom and Shower Facilities Policy: Ledger supports an inclusive and welcoming environment. Ledger adheres to state and federal law regarding gender identities and restroom facilities. 

6. Move-In and Move-Out Policies. Please review Ledger’s Moving Policy, the terms of which are incorporated into this Agreement. By signing this Agreement, you agree that you will adhere to Ledger’s Moving Requirements. 

Move In Date: Unless agreed to in writing by Ledger, you may only move into your Member Suite on the first Monday of the calendar month. Should you need to make other arrangements, please contact Ledger more than 15 days in advance of your anticipated move-in date. Although we will attempt to honor your request, Ledger does not guarantee we can accommodate your requested move-in date.

Move Out Date. Upon the expiration of your Membership, you must move out on the last business day of the calendar month. 

7. Enforcement. As stated in our Membership Agreement, Ledger reserves the right to suspend or terminate your Membership for failing to comply with these Community Guidelines, at Ledger’s sole discretion. In certain circumstances, we may simply notify you of a violation and ask for future compliance; however, severe violations of these guidelines may result in termination of any agreements between You and Ledger. 

8. Guests and Meetings. We encourage our Members to use Ledger as a site for meetings, so each Member may host three other individuals for up to three hours per day. The number of individuals and the time limit increases with a conference room reservation — Members may host up to the established capacity of each conference room for the entire time of the reservation . We reserve the ability to restrict the number of guests and individual guest access as necessary.

9. Outside Services. We may provide access to third-party food, beverages, and services. These are provided by separate business entities hosted within Ledger, and we are not responsible for those offerings.