Our Latest Updates:
September 29, 2022: Hello, everyone. We weathered the storm! All residents and staff are safe and in good spirits. The Waters of Cape Coral’s building is being evaluated to determine when we can return.
In the meantime, The Waters of Cape Coral residents and staff are living in our sister community, The Gallery at North Port. All other buildings are powered by a generator and are secure.
We will send out more information as soon as we have more details. We hope everyone else is secure as well. Please call our hotline at (866) 712-0302 for any additional questions.
September 28, 2022: Our residents from The Waters of Cape Coral have arrived safely at The Gallery at North Port. Additional information will be provided. Please continue to monitor our Facebook page for additional updates. We hope you are all staying safe and well.
September 27, 2022: The Waters of Cape Coral has been ordered to evacuate, and the community has initiated their emergency preparedness plan. Please review the following information carefully.
Responsible parties for each resident will be contacted today by phone by a member of our Community Support Team with additional information.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PICK YOUR LOVED ONE UP from The Waters of Cape Coral before Evacuation, please do so by 6:30 PM EST and contact the Community at (239) 317-7555 to let them know.
Additional information will be provided as we coordinate with local and state officials. Please continue to monitor our Facebook page for additional updates.
Hurricane Hotline: (866) 712-0302.
September 27, 2022: Currently, our communities remain out of an evacuation zone, and we are prepared to shelter in place through the storm.
While we can’t control the weather, we can remain dedicated and committed to our residents! We will continue to keep families updated via email, our Facebook pages, and this webpage.
September 26, 2022: We are continuing to monitor Hurricane Ian. Our communities have a detailed Emergency Response and Preparedness Plan in Place.
Our plan includes procedures for sheltering in place as well as evacuating residents if necessary.
At this time, we are not under an evacuation order and are prepared to shelter in place through the storm. Our buildings are above flood level. We have emergency supplies, including food and water. We have emergency generators that will supply essential electrical power to the buildings in case of power outages.
If state or local authorities do call for an evacuation, we have coordinated transportation arrangements for our residents. Our communities have arranged for supplies to be brought with us. We will continue to monitor Hurricane Ian and update residents and families as the situation changes.
Communities Impacted and The Latest Storm Warning
If you have any additional questions, please contact the Executive Director of your community.