Bayside Housing looking to build tiny-home village – February 21, 2021
Port Hadlock non-profit Bayside Housing has partnered with the Low Income Housing Institute in Seattle to develop a tiny-home village to provide housing for farmworkers in Jefferson County.
Bayside, which has begun early planning of the tiny-home project with community partners such as the Housing Solutions Network, the Community Boat Project, Finnriver Farm and others, hopes to initially build tiny homes for farmworkers and then develop cottages for low-income working families.
Read the article in The Leader here.
Tiny House Community Build – Fall and Winter 2020
Twelve 8′ x 12′ wooden structures, called “wooden tents” have been constructed between October and December to provide short term winter shelter. These structures were being built to create a housing resource, and worked in collaboration with the City of Port Townsend, Jefferson County, and the Port so that this housing resource might be best utilized this winter. The EBC graciously offered land adjacent to the church as a construction and storage site for these buildings until such an appropriate site was found. Landing at the Community United Methodist Church, the 12 units will be settled and accompanied by a bathroom and shower unit as well as a community area for added storage and light cooking.
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