801 Cypress Way, San Dimas, CA 91773
The name Atria represents a trusted industry leader in senior living communities. Atria understands what seniors and their families consider high-quality services and amenities. From independent seniors to those who require a little extra, we cater to your needs with a healthy balance between your independence and safety. We also welcome pets! At Atria Rancho Park senior living apartments in sunny San Dimas, California, you'll find a stylish and peaceful environment surrounded by old-growth trees and exceptional landscaping. Our five acres of property allows for safe and relaxing strolls that offer breathtaking views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Contact an advisor at A Place for Mom, and see what peace of mind Atria Rancho Park can offer you.
Qualified and professional staff is available around the clock for resident service needs. We also have a concierge to assist with any connections or service needs. Three, chef-prepared meals plus snacks are provided in our swanky dining rooms. Our community is designed with comfortable, well-styled, interiors reminiscent of a refined classic home where lounges and living areas invite you to recreate with friends. We also have an on-site stage for performances, a billiards room, and much more. Take a fitness class at...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Ask an A Place for Mom advisor at no cost.(866) 819-9754
Meals & dining
Value for cost
Very helpful staff .. had a family friend tour for us and they were very impressed with facilities. Unfortunately due to the level of care our grandmother needs. ( needs a lift to get out of bed) they were not able to accommodate and provide all the care needed. [name removed] and her nurse on staff went above to try and accommodate us.. the facility where grandma is currently is not very helpful.
It is something to check out. The friendliness of the residents and staff stand out. Other residents always have something positive to say about the community. The staff are accommodating for the residents and families.
Multi-story building; advanced services; one-bedroom complexes with two baths and two closest. Base costs is around $4000/mos for both. Has a dog park on property; balconies and patios. Can take care of dad.
The community was on Covid lockdown when we moved in, so thee were no activities at the time. But the staff did what they could to raise resident morale. One day my loved one called me and said somebody was blasting loud music in the hallway, things like Frankie Valens and Frank Sinatra. I imagine they were doing that for the residents, which was neat. I did not have a chance to try the food, but it smelled delicious. My loved one had some health and appetite issues, so she was never particularly interested in the food. She had been in a skilled nursing facility prior to moving, and they had rated her as a 2 to maybe 3 for level of care. When we got to Atria, they rated her as 5 and above, which was definitely out of our price range on top of the rent. I will say though that Atria was willing to work with us and try to reassess. But my loved one contracted Covid shortly after moving into Atria, and then tested positive again at the hospital shortly after that. She was one of the ones with absolutely no symptoms, no breathing issues, no loss of taste. She'd had a negative test when she left the skilled nursing facility prior, so we're not sure of the tracing of it. She received the first vaccination shot about a week before moving in to Atria. The people at Atria were just wonderful. Several of the caregivers called me and said, "Hey, can you talk to you mom? She's not doing well, and she's not moving around." They knew that I couldn't come to see her due to the lockdown, and they were trying to give her as much connection as possible. One of the nurses specifically told me, "She's not eating, and she's getting weaker and weaker. I would see about moving her to the hospital, because I want her to thrive, and she's just wasting away here." So I called the director, and he agreed that she needed more precise care than they were able to give her at the time. So we moved her to the hospital. From there we moved her to a larger hospital for more testing and some surgeries, where she passed away of cancer.
The community is nice and we enjoy it here. There is nothing that stands out to me to complain about it. The food has a good variety. They have bingo, exercise calls, Wii bowling, and some other activities available. I wish they had a few more; however, the pandemic has stopped some of these. I like the layout of the building, and on both sides of the community they have a floor to ceiling window with great views. It makes it feels bigger than it is due to the views and windows. This is one of the features that sold us on the community.
We chose Atria Rancho Park because what you get for the price. She is in non assisted and they were able to provide what she needed. The apartment sizes here are good. They have been really good with communication, they have opened up an app and they put the information in there. If they take her temp or anything like that, it shows up there and has bulletins with anything going on. I am not sure how it is on the inside, but it seems to be a good fit for her. I would recommend to others looking.
Be careful if you really need help with little medical services you might not be able to do for yourself due to hand dexterity. Maybe question them more about what they can or cannot do. I wish I had done so. But when I push the button for assistance, they are quick to arrive. I would have had a fall the other day had I not been able to have assistance. I liked it a lot more before we were in our rooms all the time, but I do appreciate that they were very careful about Covid and keeping us healthy. We all had our vaccines and flu shots, and that's a really good thing. I LOVE that one end of the room is all windows, and there's a balcony that makes you feel like you're outside. You don't feel like you're closed in. Once I got here and put my pictures up and everything, I felt like I was on a vacation in a nice, little one-room, home.
The community is very affordable, and the community is very good with communications with the residence and the families. My mom loves the food and they have done a great job keeping the residence engaged. The staff has a really caring approach to the residence. I would definitely recommend this community to others
The community has beautiful grounds and amazing staff. The food was very good before covid but is not as good now. They clean their rooms once a week and change their linens I would recommend this community to others.
Location, Location, Location! It is a great place for your loved one. The food is awesome. The staff at Atria Rancho Park were very professional. The staff was able to respond right away to any questions or concerns about my loved one.
The features and amenities that are displayed on this page contain marketing information provided by the community. A Place for Mom has not confirmed the completeness of the provided information, and cannot guarantee its accuracy.
To conduct a complete investigation, seniors and their families should:
If you become aware of any information that should be updated or noted, please contact A Place for Mom.
A Place for Mom uses the term “assisted living” to indicate that the community provides some level of assistance with daily living activities. It does not indicate that the facility meets official state requirements for level of care.