We are a community of individuals who seek a balance between noise and quiet, interaction and solitude. We are single, families, couples, empty-nesters, and seniors. Amongst us, we enjoy yoga, cooking, gardening, fishing, hiking, skiing, soccer, cycling, hockey, socializing, brewing, gaming, bird-watching, making music, playing with children, and many more things. It is likely that you'll find many things to share in common with your neighbors here at Wild Sage.
Our members are photographers, artists, a software engineer and retired professionals. We have stay-at-home moms who never seem to be home, and we have a tattoo artist, a flutist and an accountant. We have students, school administrators and teachers. Currently, a number of cats roam our property, 3 birds live inside, many hens live in cages in the orchard, and 5 dogs are walked daily. Free range peacocks roam proudly in the next door neighborhood. We are seeking a partridge in a pear tree.
We are a cohousing community that fosters diversity, respect for the environment, and harmony with one another and the greater society. All the work that makes our community function is done by us, the residents.
Together we seek to create a neighborhood which strikes a balance between public and private, respecting individual privacy while encouraging social interaction. In pursuit of this goal, we take an active part in the ongoing management of our community. This community of adults and children is not built around an ideological principle; rather, we seek a diversity of backgrounds, ages and opinions, with our one shared value being the commitment to working out our problems and finding consensus.
Our vision is to be a strong community, one that nourishes the body and soul, and celebrates and harvests our diversities and life experience. We embrace living sustainably on the earth, creating a beautiful place to live, continuing to grow, aging in community, and responsibly honoring our commitment to one another. We are committed to establishing a workable balance between having our own private lives, doing our share for Silver Sage Village, and reaching out to the wider community.
Our Vision Welcome and honor people of all circumstances who share our common co-housing vision, without regard to gender, age, ethnicity, religion, family status, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, political persuasion, and mental or physical abilities. Nurture a sense of community by caring for and about each other, while respecting everyone's need for private time and space. Provide a safe, rich & educational environment in which to raise our children.
We are 32 households consisting of 47 adults, 191 children, 4 dogs, 11 cats and 2 parakeets. Visit our website to meet our members!
Oakcreek is founded on the principles of community, participatory decision making and problem solving by its members, sustainability, and affordability. Each member contributes his/her talents to enable personal and communal growth, as well as care of the environment. We value and nurture physical, mental and spiritual health in each other and the larger community in which we are active citizens. We enjoy each other’s company, yet respect the privacy of each individual.
Nyland builds and celebrates conscious community. We honor connectedness, sustainability, integrity, participation, creativity, and the sacred. We empower individuals to manifest their dreams to benefit themselves, Nyland and the greater community, with respect for our agreements and differences.
Our membership is a diverse group in age and occupation. We are single, married, young families, kids-grown-up couples, middle aged, and retirees. The diversity of age is one of the treasures of living here. We have no common political or religious orientation, only a common desire to live in a neighborhood of our own design and to know our neighbors. We are not a static community, nor are we perfect - we are a work in progress.
Mason Street North is a mixed-use project in Fort Collins, Colorado, designed to support and encourage community by creating an attractive and high quality environment for people to work and live. The site is just a short walk from downtown Fort Collins and overlooks a 50-acre Park on the Poudre River.
Our mission is to build a housing community which fosters both independence and interdependence. To create a community which assures a safe and nurturing environment for all, creates a sense of extended family, utilizes environmentally sound design and materials, and allows for the sharing of resources.
We trust, respect and accept one another. We bring joy to our work and play. We resolve conflict responsibly. We live interdependently and acknowledge our individuality. We contribute to our community. We care for each other. We live lightly on the earth.
Currently 27 households consisting of 47 adults and 15 children. Our Shared Mission: To create a cooperative neighborhood of diverse individuals sharing human resources within an ecologically responsible community setting.
We live in joyful community Deep in connection and caring Rich in beauty and celebration By sharing with each other, our possibilities soar Encouraged to participate and empowered to initiate, We continuously create our community together. It’s the place we call home Where we grow up, Live on our own or partner, Raise a family, And thrive as elders Where we savor life together Share our joys and sorrows In an atmosphere of kindness and goodwill It’s a place that nurtures and supports our caring
Casa Verde Commons is Colorado Springs' first cohousing community. An intentional community, we are creating a place where we live with integrity as neighbors and friends, practicing consensus and ecological responsibility.
We are a group of people seeking to build a cohesive, cooperative community based on respect, responsibility, and shared human and material resources. We encourage and accept a diverse membership, representing a variety of ages, professional, family structure, and ethnic, cultural and spiritual backgrounds. We understand that building community is a fluid, evolving process to which each of us contributes. As we move along this path, we expect course corrections and value learning from our miss
Hearthstone’s residents range in age from infants to 86 and in profession from massage therapist to librarian to computer network engineer. Several are fluent in Spanish. Some have already lived in the North Denver neighborhood; others were suburbanites, one moved from Seattle and two more came from California. Our vision is to live creatively in supportive and sustainable relationships each other, the neighborhood and the environment.
We are a cohousing community, which means we are devoted to the principles of participation, shared decision-making, and the development of respectful relationships with our neighbors. We are also dedicated to sustainability - environmental and human. We have 40 energy-efficient homes, and we're pretty well convinced that our community combines some of the best features of urban living with an old-fashioned sense of neighborhood.
Our Vision Our community is based on friendship, trust, and safety. We use respectful and honest communication to foster acceptance and personal growth. Through collective effort, people of all ages enjoy, share, and learn from one another. Our everyday lives are enriched by living in close proximity to people whom we have chosen as neighbors and friends.
Our Vision Statement We live as a sustainable community with the intention of ecological responsibility rooted in harmony with nature. We are a village, learning and growing as family and friends. We embrace this community as our home; it is warm and welcoming, vibrant, creative and trusting. We value fun above work, because fun encourages participation, builds relationships, and feeds the soul. In accordance with our vision, we honor the ideas, diversity, and strengths of each individual.