Severe Weather Alert: Hurricane Michael
10/11/18 -- 12:30 p.m.
We are happy to report that Acts communities have fared well against the forces of Hurricane Michael. Most importantly, all residents and staff are safe and in good spirits. At this time Azalea Trace (Pensacola, FL), Westminster Village (Spanish Fort, AL), Lanier Village Estates (Gainesville, GA), Plantation Estates (Matthews, NC) and Park Pointe Village (Rock Hill, SC) have reported no issues from the storm or property damage sustained. Despite the storm’s weakening, it’s anticipated the Carolina region will continue to experience heavy rainfall and wind gusts today. Our communities remain vigilant in their storm preparedness operations with all necessary resources in place to maintain community services and ensure the safety and welfare of those on campus.
The Acts organization thanks all who have prayed for the safety of our residents and staff, and our many vendors and team members 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 continue to pray for others being severely impacted by the storm.
10/9/18 11:20 a.m.
Acts and our communities are preparing for Hurricane Michael, which is expected to make landfall on Wednesday afternoon, bringing heavy winds, rain and potential flooding throughout the Florida Panhandle and other parts of the Gulf Coast and Southeast region over the next few days. As always, our top priority is ensuring the safety and well-being of our residents and employees. Azalea Trace (Pensacola, FL) and Westminster Village (Spanish Fort, AL) have activated their storm emergency plans with back-up generators, extra supplies and staffing in place for the duration of the storm to ensure all essential services and needs of residents are met. Other Acts communities including Lanier Village Estates (Gainesville, GA), Park Pointe Village (Rock Hill, SC) and Plantation Estates (Matthews, NC) are also preparing for the storm and taking necessary precautions.
Please continue to check our website and social media channels for community status updates throughout the duration of the storm.