December 29, 2017
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Keylock Storage, a self-storage operator with ten facilities in Idaho, Oregon and Washington and members of the Keylock team, purchased, assembled, and donated toys, gifts, and stocking stuffers to the Kootenai Medical Center Pediatric Ward for the children who had to spend Christmas at the hospital.
The festive gifts included coloring books/crayons, small games, Christmas cups, stuffed animals, glow sticks, balloons, play dough, puzzles and more. Fidget spinner toys were also included in the gifts and were donated by a Keylock employee’s 9-yr old brother who, upon finding out of the project, unselfishly used his birthday money towards the gifts.
The nursing staff assisted Keylock by handing out the donated gifts to the patients as soon as they were delivered by the Keylock Team Members.
Owner and CEO of Keylock Storage, Ron Osborne said, “Keylock is a proud and vibrant member of the Coeur d’Alene business community and finds great value in supporting the city and surrounding area in worthy endeavors such as the donation to the young patients of Kootenai Medical Center.”
Keylock Storage has locations in Coeur d’Alene on Appleway Road and Fruitland Road as well as in Hayden on N Government Way. Keylock Storage is committed to providing the best in self-storage through quality products offered and superior service.
The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bitterroot Holdings, a privately held local company, based in Boise, Idaho that owns and operates self-storage facilities and fitness centers.
Front Row - Marisa Hasek
Middle Row - Sarah Ratliff and Aleena Sanchez
Back Row - Nancy Wilson and Mary Ball
Those who donated but are not pictured - Mary Finley and Lisa Seaton
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August 14, 2015
Keylock Storage, a self-storage operator with eight facilities in the Pacific Northwest, recently broke ground on its newest property in Meridian, Idaho, a growing suburb of Boise. The facility will include approximately 500 climate-controlled units and offer 24-hour access, a conference room, a large retail office and video surveillance. It’ll also provide enclosed RV parking as well as a number of RV-specific amenities such as a dump station, built-in power-washers, remote-controlled gate and RV doors, and electric plug-ins. Tenant-payment capabilities will include autopay, online billpay and a smartphone app.
"I am confident our new Keylock Storage location will be the finest, most modern, highest-quality facility in the region. We will offer a wide range of sizes and accommodations, excellent amenities, and superior customer service,” said Ron Osborne, owner of Keylock Storage.
Keylock plans to double the number of its storage facilities in the next 18 to 24 months, according to a company press release. It’s actively expanding its current properties, building new and acquiring existing ones across the Northwest.
The company is owned by Keylock Storage Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bitterroot Holdings, a privately held company that owns and operates self-storage facilities and fitness centers. Keylock opened its first facility in 2003 and now has properties in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
May 16, 2015
Justin White, Director of Bands at Skyview High School, thanks Keylock Storage Nampa for sponsoring their concert band in the Parade America in Nampa Idaho. Parade America has been an ongoing event for 49 years in the Gem State. Parade America was created to celebrate National Armed Forces Day. The parade features horse riders, marching bands as well as antique automobiles and colorful floats.
April 22, 2015
Construction to double the size of the Nampa facility began in December 2014 and just completed in April 2015. The new addition added over 190 larger units and covered parking.
January 22, 2015
"Keylock Storage, a self-storage operator with eight facilities in the Pacific Northwest, recently purchased its second facility in the Boise, Idaho, area. The company also announced plans to double the size of its location in Nampa, Idaho, and develop a new facility in Meridian, Idaho, later this year."
The newest facility is off of Caldwell Boulevard in Caldwell, Idaho, and features video cameras, drive-up access, boat and RV storage, and an RV dump station. The site offers online bill pay and 24-hour access. Expansion plans include the addition of climate control, company officials said in a press release.
Keylock also plans to expand its Nampa facility by doubling the number of storage units to nearly 600. The project is scheduled for the spring, according to the release.
“We are thrilled to be expanding further in the Boise, Idaho, area and the Northwest,” said Ron Osborne, owner and founder. “The Caldwell Keylock Storage is located in a great position, right along a major boulevard between Caldwell and Nampa. Keylock is proud to offer an outstanding self-storage experience in the area.”
Finally, Keylock intends to develop a new storage facility in Meridian, Idaho, this year. The project will comprise 509 units, including climate control. The property is in a busy area of the city, officials said.
Keylock Storage facilities are owned and operated by Keylock Storage Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bitterroot Holdings LLC. The company opened its first facility in 2003 and has self-storage properties in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
December 31, 2013
Keylock Storage, a self-storage operator with several facilities in the Pacific Northwest, recently purchased its second location in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Located off Highway 96 on Fruitland Lane, the facility features a 24-hour, digital-recording surveillance system, drive-up access, boat and RV storage, online bill pay, free use of a moving truck and 24-hour access.
In addition to Coeur d’Alene, the facility serves the communities of Dalton Gardens, Hayden, Liberty Lake and Post Falls. “We are thrilled to be expanding into new areas of Idaho and the Northwest,” said Ron Osborne, owner and founder of Keylock. “The Coeur d’Alene area is one that offers many outdoor activities year-round. Keylock is proud to offer an outstanding self-storage experience in the area.”
New customers at the facility will not be required to make a security deposit and will receive a lock for their unit, company officials said in a press release.
The newest acquisition is the company’s ninth self-storage facility. Keylock Storage facilities are owned and operated by Keylock Storage Holdings, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bitterroot Holdings. The company opened its first facility in 2003 and has self-storage properties in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.