Community Resource Connections
Community Resource Connections

Housing

Housing is a difficult subject in the Estero Bay region, as there is so little available. Traditional housing can be approached by contacting HASLO (Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo - 487 Leff St., San Luis Obispo -805-543-4478), HomeShare (805-215-5474, homeshareslo.org), and by contacting various apartment complexes directly. 

 

 

Here are some unconventional and alternative approaches to housing: 

 

VOTE YES ON 10! 

SUPPORT AFFORDABLE HOUSING 

REPEAL COSTA HAWKINS

BRING IN RENT CONTROL

The City of Morro Bay is currently seeking hotels or apartment buildings in the area that the City can purchase and renovate to create more available low cost housing. Please contact the Community Resource Connections office (805) 225-1991 if you are aware of any such properties.

Hopes Village - Becky Jorgenson - 805-234-5478 Hopes Village is actively advocating for tiny homes as an alternative to traditional housing. They are currently searching for a large parcel of land on which to site the tiny homes. Currently they are working with Cal Poly SLO who is building two tiny  homes per year as part of their Construction program.

 

Cal Poly Students Build Tiny Houses

Hopes Village is happy to announce that Cal Poly Construction Management Students are building tiny cabins on wheels each quarter for the soon-to-be sustainable community village in SLO. Presently 2 classes are building 2 tiny houses - one quarter the foundation is built - the next quarter the walls. What a great way to teach young people to take care of our own! Thanks for the update Becky Jorgenson of Hopes Village!

Hello Hope's Village supporters!  This coming Wed Aug. 1 is our August meeting at Salvation Army, SLO , and we hope you can join us for a discussion on:
 
* City and county meetings - Aug 21st to talk about legalizing tiny homes - we need your help!
 
* Saturday Showers
 
* RVs for Veterans 
 
* Possible site for village - we are SO close!
 
Hope you can join us...
 
Call with any questions...hope to see you Wed morning!
 
Becky Jorgeson                
HOPE'S VILLAGE
805.234.5478
 
Hope’s Village of SLO and its president Becky Jorgeson are working to build a village of tiny homes like these to provide permanent housing for homeless people. The city is discussing standards that would specify what types of tiny homes on wheels are allowed. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

 

August 22, 2018 04:48 PM

Updated August 23, 2018 10:20 AM

Tiny homes on wheels appear to be allowed in San Luis Obispo, but the city still has to work out some details on what will be be permitted.

At its meeting Tuesday as part of its comprehensive zoning law update, the City Council expressed support for allowing one tiny home on wheels per lot in low-density residential zones, OK’ing them for backyards.

But the council recommended going back to the drawing board on formulating requirements around how large they can be and specifying the need for hookups to the city’s water and sewer system.

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Community Resource Connections
695 Harbor St  Suite D
Morro Bay, CA 93442

 

Phone: (805) 225-1991

Email2: cmbcrc225@gmail.com

www.communityresourceconnections.net

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