World Habitat Award 2017

Mutual Housing at Spring Lake wins 2017 World Habitat-United Nations award

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We are honored to be recognized by World Habitat-United Nations for Mutual Housing at Spring Lake as an exemplary model of our commitment to sustainable housing and resident leadership development. Located in the Spring Lake subdivision in the city of Woodland, Mutual Housing at Spring Lake provides 62 apartments and townhomes, connection to supportive services, and community building programs for agricultural workers. Mutual Housing at Spring Lake is the first certified zero net energy rental housing in the nation. As at all Mutual Housing communities, residents benefit from their own resident council and leadership opportunities, as well as a Mutual Housing community organizer and on-site programs for children and adults.

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Mutual Housing at Spring Lake resident members enjoy a picnic together.

Scroll down to see Mutual Housing at Spring Lake resident stories as featured by World Habitat:

Guadalupe Jimenez - resident story
Hector Sanchez - resident story
Helen Corona - resident story
Saul Meneses - resident story

See and read more about Mutual Housing’s 2017 World Habitat award:

• December 15, 2017 – The Davis Enterprise
Mutual Housing wins global housing award for zero-net-energy project

• December 14, 2017 – CBS Sacramento
Housing Complex In Woodland Wins UN Award

• December 14, 2017 – Sacramento Business Journal
Affordable project in Woodland receives global recognition

• December 13, 2017 – The Sacramento Bee
Mutual Housing California wins prestigious international award

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