Click here to view a timeline of Carillon’s history.
1975 – John Knox Village purchased the current Carillon site from Texas Tech and opened a retirement community as part of a chain of retirement centers headquartered in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
1982 – The community disassociated from the parent company but continued not-for-profit operation as John Knox Village (in name only) under a local Board of Directors.
1990 – Name changed to Carillon.
2000 – Opened Carillon House, a 120-bed skilled nursing facility, replacing the community’s original health center.
2001 – Added 73 independent living apartments in the all-new Windsong building, as well as 17 new freestanding villa homes.
2003 – Life Care Services® hired to provide management services for Carillon.
2008 – Completed major refurbishments of Pointe Plaza, including the addition of a lobby and administration wing, locker rooms, The Boren Bistro, as well as updates of the indoor swimming pool, fireside lounge, dining room and 24 independent living apartments.
2011 – Updated Windsong lobby and Caprock Room.
2012 – Added 13 additional villa homes.
2014 – Launched the Accelerated Rehab program at Carillon House.
2015 – “I’m Still Here” Center of Excellence certification.
2019 – Completed extensive renovation of Pointe Plaza, including the Fireside Lounge, Skylight Dining Room, resident lounges and more.
The Carillon Guarantee
In order to ensure residents are happy with the decision to join our community, Carillon offers a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If in the first six months of residency, you are not completely satisfied and decide to move, Carillon will refund 100% of your entrance fee.