Pawnee City Assisted Living has twenty-two homelike apartments that you furnish as you wish. Amenities include a large theater, beauty shop, spa with whirlpool, cable, washers and dryers, 24-hour emergency call system, medication services, a beautiful dining room, and a private dining-room area that is used for church services.

Our staff will go out of their way to help you!

Amenities and Services

Number of Apartments

Smallest Square Footage

Largest Square Footage

  • Spacious living room with fireplace and large television
  • Beautiful dining room
  • Family dining room available for special occasions
  • Large TV room
  • Beauty shop and spa with whirlpool tub
  • Covered porch and screened porch
  • Resident computer station
  • Washers and dryers available
  • Transportation available
  • 24-hour staff
Types of Units Available
  • Studio apartments
  • One-bedroom units
  • Apartments suitable for couples
Comfortable Living Units
  • Homey apartments
  • All units feature a kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator
  • Personal climate control
  • TV and telephone jacks (service charges may apply)
  • Wireless Internet
  • Spacious bathrooms
Standard Services
  • Three nutritious meals per day plus scheduled snacks
  • Assistance with activities of daily living and personal care, including bathing
  • Assistance with administration of medication
Optional Services
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Weekly laundry
  • Assistance in arranging physician and nursing care appointments
  • Coordination of therapies, if needed (Physical, Occupational, Speech)
  • Coordination of home health care needs
  • Planned social and leisure activitie

We began with an idea and a dedicated group of representatives from Pawnee County organizations

Together, we claimed a building site, hired an architectural firm, and obtained federal funding.

Quick facts


12th Street, between B and C Streets, west of Premier Estates and northwest of Pawnee Village.

Funding from USDA

The cost of the facility was more than two million dollars, with the USDA providing the majority of the funding.

Matching Funds

The USDA required local funding of $300,000 (from donations plus support from the Pawnee Development Corporation).

Pawnee City Assisted Living Project

Pawnee City Assisted Living, Inc, is a Nonprofit 501(c) 3 corporation.

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Project Summary


2014 Gill Group Market Study
USDA Accepted

Room/Beds Approved: 22 rooms
65% Medicaid Waiver: 15 rooms
35% Private Pay: 7 rooms

Construction Costs

Development: $118,050
Construction: $2,440,000
Furnishings/Equipment: $162,950
Construction Financing: $65,500

Total Construction: $2,785,500
USDA Loan: $2,786,500

Community Funding Needs

Soft Costs (1): $403,500
Working Capital (2): $237.000

Total Community Needs $640,000

(1) Soft Costs include but are not limited to contingencies of 5% – 7% of construction costs; Phase 1 environmental site assessment; Updated PAR development and/or any overages to be paid by PCAL.

(2) Working Capital is needed to support the facility during the first three years if income does not support operating costs.

Community Funding Needed


Total Project Costs: $3,427,000
USDA Loan: -$2,787,000
Local Funding: $640,000
PCDC Start-Up Refunded: -$150,000
PCDC Future Commitments: -$150,000

Superfunding Options


Release commitment of PCDC, and they are able to use committed dollars for other community development uses.

Increase Operating Reserves.

Increase building appearance, furnishings, staffing, etc., to appeal to prospective residents.

Reduce loan amount.

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