Campus Master Plan
In accordance with our commitment to provide Masonic families in need with high quality, compassionate care, the Masonic Homes of California continues to evolve, evaluating and updating our facilities, services, and programs to meet changing industry care standards and client needs.
In 2015, we finalized our campus master plan, titled Roadmap 2020. The overall goals of this plan are:
- Replace aging facilities on both campuses with new, state-of-the-art facilities that meet or exceed today’s best practices.
- Add new facilities in Covina to provide additional levels of care on that campus.
- Add new residences on both campuses to shorten the waiting period.
Here, you can read more about the thinking behind Roadmap 2020 and review our ongoing process.
Watch a live video feed of our new skilled nursing and memory care building construction site in Covina, California.
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Among the many projects set forth in Roadmap 2020, two of the biggest are new skilled nursing facilities on both campuses. These have entered a key step on their way to breaking ground: The preliminary design plans have been completed, and submitted to California’s Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development for review. The timeline […]
On the campus of the Covina Masonic Home, renovations will begin in early 2017 on two of the houses from the former children’s residential program. When the program concluded in 2009, several of the family houses went unused. Under Roadmap 2020, two of these spacious homes are being remodeled and repurposed for shared senior housing, […]
In 2015, we finalized our campus master plan, known as Roadmap 2020. Our overall goals are to: Replace aging facilities on both campuses with new, state-of-the-art facilities that meet or exceed today’s best practices. Add new facilities in Covina to provide additional levels of care on that campus. And add new residences in both Union City and Covina to shorten the waiting period for moving into the Homes. As we enter the middle stretch of this five-year campus plan, we recap recent progress and what’s coming up next.