In the News - February 17, 2021
The arctic temperatures in states that don’t typically experience sub-zero temperatures and wind chills, has impacted all of our Villagio communities in three states. Our team is rolling up their sleeves to weather the storm and take care of residents.
Communities in our Dallas/Fort Worth area have all experienced bouts of power outages and two communities experienced burst water pipes. Due to continued unstable electricity, we have moved residents from our Villagio of Carrollton community to a nearby skilled nursing community out of an abundance of caution. Residents are safe and are being cared for by our familiar Villagio care team. We will move residents back to our community once the power has stabilized.
Villagio of McKinney and Plano continue to have water, power and heat, all residents are safe and continue to receive care.
In Oklahoma, we have experienced burst pipes at both Oklahoma City area communities, but we continue to have water, heat and power. We have moved a few residents to vacant apartment homes while we remove water, clean-up and repair damage.
At Villago of Broomfield north of Denver, Colorado, we experience burst pipes in two of our neighborhoods. Residents were moved to vacant apartment homes and we are working to remove water, clean-up and repair damage.
The Villagio team at all of our communities is working hard to ensure resident comfort and safety. We are prepared for any event, even an arctic blast from way up north.