Severe Weather Alert: Hurricane Florence
9/16/2018 -- 2:35PM
Since our last report, Hurricane Florence has weakened and is now a tropical depression. At this time, our communities in the Carolinas (Park Pointe Village, Plantation Estates and Tryon Estates) have experienced no significant issues from the storm. There has been no interruption in electrical power, telephone service is operating, and there has been no water drainage issues or property damage. Despite the storm’s downgrade, periods of heavy rain and wind gusts are anticipated in parts of North and South Carolina through Monday. As such, our communities in the Carolinas remain vigilant in their storm preparedness operations and additional staff remain in place to ensure the safety and welfare of our residents.
The Acts organization thanks all who have prayed for the safety of our residents and staff, and our many vendors who have worked with us to ensure all essential services would continue to be provided within our communities through the storm’s duration. We ask that you to continue to pray for others being severely impacted by the storm.
9/15/2018 -- 2:15PM
We are happy to report that the Acts communities along the eastern seaboard have fared well against the forces of Hurricane Florence, which has been downgraded to a tropical storm. Most importantly, all residents and staff are safe and in good spirits. At this time, our communities in the Carolinas (Park Pointe Village, Plantations Estates and Tryon Estates) and Georgia (Lanier Village Estates) have reported no issues from the storm and no interruption in utility services or property damage sustained. Despite the storm’s weakening, it’s anticipated the entire Carolina region will experience heavy rainfall and wind gusts throughout the weekend. Our communities remain vigilant in their storm preparedness operations, and all necessary resources are in place to maintain community services and ensure the safety and welfare of those on campus.
We thank all who have prayed for our safety and ask that you to continue to pray for others being severely impacted by the storm.
9/13/2018 -- 1:15PM
Acts and our communities in the Carolinas, Georgia and Maryland continue to activate their storm emergency plans in preparation for the oncoming effects of Hurricane Florence. This plan involves a multi-state coordinated effort by community and corporate team members to ensure our communities are fully prepared to maintain routine services and a safe environment.
The safety and comfort of our residents and staff is our highest priority, and our communities are fully prepared for the storm with back-up generators, ample supplies and extra staffing to maintain the safe operations of our campuses. We will continue to update our website and social media channels in the days ahead with any new developments.
9/11/2018 -- 11:30AM
Acts and our communities in the Carolinas (Plantation Estates, Tryon Estates and Park Pointe Village), Georgia (Lanier Village Estates), Maryland (Heron Point) and Delaware (Manor House) are preparing for the oncoming potential effects of Hurricane Florence, which is expected to bring heavy winds, rain and potential flooding across parts of North and South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland and Delaware. Residents and their loved ones can take comfort knowing that Acts is taking allnecessary precautions to ensure the safety and comfort of our residents and employees, and our communities remain prepared to handle the severe weather expected over the coming days with back-up generators and sufficient fuel, water and other supplies in place to maintain routine 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.
Please continue to check our website and social media channels for community status updates before, during and after the storm.