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planning commission tomorrow.
Avila Ranch.   

tomorrow evening...   
you have a major opportunity to make a difference in the creation of hundreds of workforce & affordable housing units. Avila Ranch is a proposed community of 720 homes that also aims to be our city's first Net-Zero community. that means that the project will produce just as much energy as it consumes through efficiency and on-site generation. 

the project also features 18 acres of pet friendly parks, major traffic improvements surrounding the site, innovative water conservation, green design & efficiency, almost 3 miles for cyclists & hikers, and the preservation of 27 acres for sustainable agriculture.

project details:

playing an active role in forums like this is how our community is built.
join us, and let your voice be heard. it makes a big difference.

how to engage & advocate

  1. write a letter to planning commission before 2 pm tomorrow
  2. attend the planning commission meeting at 6 pm
  3. share this project with a friend
Avila Ranch, a proposed net-zero community of 720 housing units
avila ranch in the media. click here to read the article. 

upcoming housing opportunities

  • avila ranch | planning commission
  • san luis square | architectural review
    • mon, july 17th, 2017 at 5 pm at city hall, 990 palm street
    • details: coming soon

can't attend the meeting?

write a letter instead.
it only takes a few minutes, and makes a big impact!

here's how:

Lunch & Learn  

gathering with your colleagues and discussing housing over lunch is a powerful and fun way to make a difference. so far we have completed about half a dozen lunch and learns for various local employers.   

if you would like dwellforward to engage your company staff in the housing approval process, email us at
lunch and learn at MindBody's headquarters
our mission
"We provide a voice to people by bringing them together and educating them about the housing approval process on the Central Coast"
opportunities to meet other individuals passionate about housing on the Central Coast. from informal coffee shop get-togethers to business networking events.
community learning opportunities about housing related topics presented by local experts.
helping you take action. updates on housing projects being proposed on the Central Coast with dates and times of meetings for you to attend and voice your opinion.
our team:

left to right: Ian Ferguson (co-chair), Enrique Ivers (superdweller), M. Farid Shahid (co-chair), Dove Daniel (co-chair), Jefferson Eckles (executive director, HBACC), William Vega (superdweller).

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