First ever Santa Cruz County Cohousing Tour!
From: Fred-List manager (fholsoncohousing.org)
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2019 06:04:21 -0700 (PDT)
Randa Johnson <rjohnson [at] interiminc.org>
is the author of the message below.  It was posted by
Fred, the Cohousing-L list manager <fholson [at] cohousing.org>
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First Ever Santa Cruz County Cohousing Tour!
Come tour three different models of cohousing in Santa Cruz County.
Cohousing is a form of intentional community characterized private
homes clustered around shared common space, regularly scheduled common
meals, meetings and workdays, resident management and participatory
decision-making.  Cohousing intentionally fosters greater
connectedness between neighbors.  Shared spaces typically include a
common house with a large kitchen and dining area, meeting areas,
guest rooms and laundry and may include community garden space,
workshop or craft space and exercise room.  Cohousing is more
ecologically sustainable: smaller homes clustered homes allow for more
open space, and lower heating and cooling bills, and greater sharing
of tools, rides, childcare etc....

Coyote Crossing: Santa Cruz's earliest cohousing community. This
16-unit community has a mixture of single-family houses and duplexes
on five acres on the Westside of Santa Cruz.

Walnut Commons: This 19-unit cohousing on .3 acres brings urban
cohousing to the heart of downtown Santa Cruz. New Brighton Cohousing:
This 11 unit retrofit community is situated on .9 acre, a half mile
from Cabrillo College in Aptos.

Contact Randa Johnson at Cohoranda [at] gmail.com 831-251-2042 for
more information and to sign up.


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