Future Communities

The statistics described on our Affordable Housing Facts page make clear that the need for more affordable housing in our region vastly exceeds the supply. Our staff is committed to the ongoing search for locations and funding to create more safe, affordable, leadership-focused communities.

Our most recent community, opened in March 2015 is Mutual Housing at Spring Lake, in Woodland.

Upcoming Communities:

1. Mutual Housing at Spring Lake Phase II – 39 additional homes for agricultural workers and their families in Woodland

• March 4, 2016 – Environmental Protection
Affordable Housing Receives LEED Home Platinum Certification

• January 25, 2016 – The Edge
Zero Net Energy Affordable Housing: Home for Agricultural Workers in Woodland, California

• August 21, 2015 – Scientific American
Homes Make as Much Energy as They Use

2. Lavender Courtyard by Mutual Housing – 50 home LGBT-friendly senior community at 16th & F Streets

• March 24, 2016 – Outword Magazine
LGBT-friendly Senior Housing One Step Closer in Midtown

• March 8, 2016 – The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento council OKs funding for LGBT-friendly senior housing

• July 23, 2015 – Outword Magazine
Sacramento LGBT-friendly Senior Housing Plans Progress

• July 16, 2015 – Fox40 News
LGBT Friendly Housing Planned for Sacramento

• July 15, 2015 – The Sacramento Bee
LGBT-friendly apartments for low-income seniors planned in Sacramento

3. Mutual Housing on the Boulevard – 120 home community along Stockton Boulevard

• July 31, 2014 – Environmental Protection
South Sacramento to build first zero-net energy apartments from Mutual Housing Grant

• July 29, 2014 – Sacramento Business Journal
South Sacramento affordable housing could include rooftop farms

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