Oct. 10 - 11 a.m. ET
We are happy to report that Hurricane Delta no longer poses a threat to our Westminster Village and Azalea Trace communities. Preparations have already begun to return these communities to normal operations and expect to be completed soon. We are extremely thankful for the response efforts undertaken by our campus operations and corporate support teams throughout this storm event as our highest priority has always remained ensuring the well-being of all residents and employees. Our thoughts and prayers remain with all those impacted by the storm.
Oct. 9 - 1:30 p.m. ET
We continue to monitor Hurricane Delta, which continues toward the Lake Charles, Louisiana area, and is expected to make landfall as a Category 2 storm later this afternoon or early evening. Thankfully, the latest models indicate our Westminster Village and Azalea Trace communities are not in the path of the storm nor expected to experience any tropical storm winds. Our communities remain fully prepared to handle any potential effects of the storm. Most important, all residents are safe and sound, and in good spirits. Our next update will be on Saturday morning before noon.
Oct. 7 - 2 p.m. ET
Acts is closely monitoring Hurricane Delta, which is expected to bring heavy winds, rain and flooding to the U.S. Gulf Coast over the next 48 hours. Currently, our communities are not in the cone of uncertainty with the most current forecasted track having the storm coming on shore in Louisiana. As always, our top priority is ensuring the safety and well-being of our residents and employees. Westminster Village (Spanish Fort, AL) and Azalea Trace (Pensacola, FL) has initiated all storm preparations, and emergency teams will provide onsite support if needed. Residents and their loved ones can take comfort knowing that Westminster Village and Azalea Trace are fully prepared and well equipped to weather the storm and assure our residents safety, comfort and security. Back-up generators and sufficient fuel, water and other supplies are in place to maintain routine community services. In addition, extra staffing will be staying in the communities for the duration of the storm to ensure all essential services and needs of residents are met. We will continue to monitor the track of the storm and update our website and community Facebook pages with any new developments.