HURRICANE IDALIA UPDATE
A Message From The Village At Gainesville
8/31/2023 at 3:00 p.m. EST
It’s been over 24 hours since Hurricane Idalia affected Gainesville. Our community was spared any major damage and everyone is safe. We are incredibly grateful for the support of our associates, residents, and their families. You may contact us directly at 352-231-8706 if you have questions or concerns.
8/30/2023 at 12:00 p.m. EST
All residents and team members at The Village at Gainesville are safe. Thankfully, the community experienced no power outages or any major damage. Our thoughts are with all those who have been heavily impacted by the storm.
We would like to thank our team members, residents and family members for their support these last few days. More than 50 associates stayed on campus to ensure we had the support needed to take care of our community. We are forever grateful for The Village at Gainesville family and their support.
We will continue to post community updates on our website and Facebook page as the storm continues to move out of our area.
8/29/2023 at 6:00 p.m. EST
A Hurricane Warning has been issued for Alachua County, which includes Gainesville. We are closely monitoring the track of the storm through the National Weather Service Center. The storm is currently projected to affect Gainesville on Wednesday, August 30.
As always, the safety of our residents and team members are our top priority. We have reviewed our Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, and all residents and team members are aware of preparations underway to keep everyone safe and protected.
We have activated our Hurricane Information Line, 352-548-3553, you may call this line to hear updated information.
We will also post a community update tomorrow, Wed, 08/30, at noon – on both social media and our website.