Hometown America Communities

Hometown America is today’s leader in premier manufactured home communities. For more than 20 years, we have provided our residents an affordable, amenity-rich, higher-standard of living.

We value the viability of our communities and are proud to invest back in the neighborhoods where we operate. Hometown supports causes focused on addressing homelessness, as well as local charitable organizations such as ASPCA, DARE, and Angels in Motion. At the community level, we also provide community resources and support our resident groups in their efforts for senior outreach and educational programs.

Hometown America News

HOMETOWN AMERICA COMMUNITIES HONOR RESIDENT VETERANS

November 2019

From New Jersey to California, Hometown America communities across the country came together on November 11 to honor their neighbors who served across the armed forces. Each community put their own twist on their celebration, and we’d like to share a few stories with you!

Palm Valley, located in Oviedo FL, held a ceremony at the community Walk of Honor, a pathway laid with bricks in memorial and honor of the Armed Guards. Seminole County’s Honor Guard presented the flag, and the community watched as bagpipes played and the Palm Valley choir performed.

In Ramona, CA, residents enjoyed a Veterans Day Lunch from the Oak Tree Ranch community. The team came together to decorate the room and provide a great meal – complete with a special tiramisu.

The Oaks of Weymouth & Liberty Village community in Mays Landing, NJ hosted a celebration featuring special readings and special thank you cards with flag pins for veteran residents. The community honored veterans who were prisoners of war or missing in action with a moment of silence and an educational exhibit.

These events are just a small representation of the dozens of ceremonies held at Hometown America communities. It was great to see how residents came together to support and honor their neighbors on Veterans Day. Thank you to the staff and residents who organized these efforts – and thank you to the men and women who have served in our armed forces!

RESIDENT VETERANS

Picture: Residents watch the Veterans Day ceremony at Palm Valley.


EASTRIDGE ESTATES: SOUND THE ALARM OF SUCCESS

July 2019

Earlier this year, a resident asked community manager Donna Peterson of Eastridge Estates for help installing new fire alarms in their home. Donna stepped up and called the local San Jose Fire Department, where she learned about the “Sound the Alarm” education program. Run in partnership with the Red Cross, “Sound the Alarm” provides home safety and smoke alarm installation information.

116 volunteers came to Eastridge Estates to install 269 smoke/carbon monoxide alarms to 309 residents. All alarms were donated by the local fire department and Red Cross. Not only was it a fun and educational day, but homes in the Eastridge Estates community are now safer.

Sound the alarm


FLORIDA HOMETOWN AMERICA COMMUNITIES: BOO BASKETS

October 2019

Every year, Hometown America communities across Florida start spreading the Halloween spirit early. At the very beginning of October, community members fill Jack-O’-Lanterns with all kinds of Halloween treats. Each pumpkin contains a note asking residents to ‘Boo’ their neighbors by creating a pumpkin themselves!

The pumpkins are placed through the entire community, so every street joins in on the fun. All residents enjoy having the chance to give – or receive – these Halloween surprises to their neighbors!

Boo Baskets


EASTRIDGE ESTATES: SOUND THE ALARM OF SUCCESS

July 2019

Earlier this year, a resident asked community manager Donna Peterson of Eastridge Estates for help installing new fire alarms in their home. Donna stepped up and called the local San Jose Fire Department, where she learned about the “Sound the Alarm” education program. Run in partnership with the Red Cross, “Sound the Alarm” provides home safety and smoke alarm installation information.

116 volunteers came to Eastridge Estates to install 269 smoke/carbon monoxide alarms to 309 residents. All alarms were donated by the local fire department and Red Cross. Not only was it a fun and educational day, but homes in the Eastridge Estates community are now safer.

Sound the alarm


UNIVERSITY LAKES: TOOLS FOR SCHOOL

August 2019

Years ago, several all-age communities in Florida started a “Tools for School” program, collecting school supplies for residents in need. The program was discontinued when most of the all-age communities were sold, however, the region brought the program back this year for the only all-age community in Florida, University Lakes. It has a unique demographic, with over 90% of the residents of Cuban decent, many of whom came from Cuba to enjoy the freedoms and opportunities in the U.S., but who do not know anyone or have family here to help.

The Florida region collected approximately 317 various back to school supplies from its age-qualified communities. Each community collected one or two items; for example one community collected 3-ring binders, while another collected rulers and crayons.

Franco Antia, Community Manager, and his team advertised the event to their residents and held an open house for parents and students to stop in and pick up what they needed free of charge, thanks to our phenomenal, giving residents from our 55+ communities. We are thankful for the generosity of our residents.

Tools For School

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