Are guests welcome?
Friends and family are most welcome to visit and, with advance notice, may join you for meals in the dining room for a small fee. Rollaway beds are available for use in your apartment for overnight guests.
Do I pay for use of the Village’s bus?
No. All you need to do is plan your schedule to coincide with one of the regular bus trips.
Is there a charge if I use the hair salon?
Yes. Payment is made directly to the salon.Are there any leases to sign or buy-in fees?
No. There are no leases or buy-in fees. Just a non-refundable community fee and a simple month-to-month rental agreement.
What happens if I need additional help?
Tray service will be provided for a limited period of time should you need to take meals in your apartment due to illness. If additional personal support services are desired, a home health service is located on the second floor and arrangements for care can be made directly through them, as they are a separate company from King City Senior Village.
How experienced are the people who manages King City Senior Village?
King City Senior Village is managed by Artegan, a Vancouver, Wa. based manager of ten independent and assisted living communities in Washington, Oregon, and Northern California. Artēgan’s philosophy is simple: Celebrating the Art of Life … at any age! Artēgan (Ar-tee-gen) is a management company for senior communities promoting fun, active, and healthy lifestyles for mind, body, and soul. Artēgan was the vision of founders Warren Page (C.O.O.) and Ronnie Cook (C.E.O.), both having many years of experience in the senior living industry. Founded in 2009, “Artēgan” is an Italian term that means a that home reflects the town or neighborhood it is built in, the perfect name for a company that provides employment and service in each community in which it operates. Artēgan teams work hard to be a part of the fabric and reflect the values of their home communities.