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Uncategorized - December 30, 2021

Update on the Broomfield Colorado Grass Fire

Residents and Team Members Safely Settle Back In – Update December 31st, 3:00pm

All residents are back safely in our community and are now settled back into their apartments. Our sincerest thanks to all families, team members, residents, our Duet dining partner, and friends at our sister community at Clermont Park for their assistance and patience as we worked hard to ensure resident safety and comfort during a very concerning and difficult time. We are looking forward to a quiet New Year’s eve and wish our entire Villagio of Broomfield family a very Happy New Year. Thank you

Residents Head Back to Villagio of Broomfield – Update December 31st, 11:00 am

All residents are prepared for travel back to the community. We are loading the first bus now with residents, they will then drive to Broomfield. We will then load a second bus and head to Broomfield. We will take our time to help each person settle into their apartment home.

We ask family members who brought residents home with them for the night to wait until after Noon to return them to our community.  We want to ensure we have enough people in the community to welcome them and help residents and help them settle back into their apartments.

We have additional team members and vehicles to transport supplies and any additional residents or staff still at Clermont Park that could not fit on the two buses. Please be patient as we work on ensuring resident comfort and safety. Thank you for your support.

Grassland Fire Impact on Villagio of Broomfield as of Dec 31st 9:00 am

Last night we evacuated 38 residents to our sister community of Clermont Park in Denver. Residents enjoyed hot chocolate and tea when the arrived and then settled in to safely sleep and rest in beds and rest spaces assembled for all 38 residents. The Villagio of Broomfield care team along with support from Clermont Park care partners provided comfort, support and care.

Residents will enjoy breakfast at Clermont Park this morning and then we will begin an orderly and safe shuttle of residents on passenger buses back to Villagio. We will take our time and then help each resident settle back into their apartment homes.

The Broomfield Police Department lifted all evacuation orders for our area overnight and state it is now safe to return home. Our decision to evacuate last night was made when the fire was erratic, unpredictable and the evacuation orders were less than five miles away. We did not want to risk being unable to safely evacuate all residents in the event of a mandatory evacuation. We will send a recorded call update to families when we begin to move resident Thank you for your patience and continuing support.

Grassland Fire Impact on Villagio of Broomfield as of Dec 30th 6:30 pm


We are beginning an orderly evacuation of our community even though we have not yet received a mandatory evacuation order. Please stand-by for a specific call from our care team with a specific evacuation plan for your loved one. Family members who can safely get to our community and have a place they can evacuate their loved one too, are asked to please come to the community to take your loved one with you for the evening. For those families who are currently evacuated or are not in the Broomfield area, we are working with our evacuation partners to safely move residents out of the community. Residents who are Hospice patients we are working to have your loved one admitted to an inpatient hospice support community. We are working to secure transportation to sister communities in the Denver metro area. We will continue to update our Villagio family, if you have not received a direct call from our care team yet, please stand-by. Thank you

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