Join us at our annual meeting on April 16

You’re invited! Join us for Community Roots Housing’s annual meeting, hosted at our main office in Capitol Hill next month. This meeting serves as an opportunity to hear directly from Community Roots leadership about the current state of the organization as well as what’s on the horizon. After leadership’s presentations, there will be time for

Upcoming Resident Advisory Council planning committee meetings

Community Roots has kicked off the planning process for establishing our very own Resident Advisory Council! If you’re a resident of a Community Roots Housing building and you want to help shape the direction of this new team, please join us at an upcoming planning committee meeting. All meetings will be hosted at 6 p.m.

Disaster preparation workshop on Feb. 27

Join us tomorrow for a free online workshop in collaboration with Seattle’s Office of Emergency Management! Disaster preparation: The basics Tuesday, February 27 11 a.m. Hosted virtually on Microsoft Teams Community Roots Housing and Seattle’s Office of Emergency Management have partnered to bring residents Disaster Preparation: The Basics, a virtual workshop focused on planning ahead

Money mechanics workshop on Feb. 26

Join us for a free online workshop in collaboration with YWCA. Community Roots Housing and YWCA have partnered to bring residents Money Mechanics, a virtual workshop focused on budgeting and saving techniques. The workshop will be hosted online via Zoom, so participants will need access to a device with internet to participate. Reach out to

Save the date for Top of the Town 2024

Mark your calendars! Every spring, Community Roots Housing hosts Top of the Town, an opportunity to hear from visionaries driving important work in our communities. On May 9, 2024 we’ll return to the Edgewater Hotel where Community Roots CEO Christopher Persons will kick off the evening with a conversation focused on the state of the

Community Roots and BRIDGE break ground on Northgate project

Construction has begun on a new affordable housing project next to Northgate Station, one of Seattle’s busiest transit hubs. The six-story development, located at NE 103rd Street and 3rd Avenue NE, will bring 235 affordable apartments to Seattle’s Northgate neighborhood. The building’s location adjacent to the light rail station, several bus lines, and protected bike

Hear from residents of Pride Place

Pride Place—Seattle’s first affordable housing designed to welcome LGBTQIA+ elders and allies—opened its doors this fall and since then residents have been building community and enjoying the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Watch this video to get a closer look at Pride Place and hear from residents of the building.

Reinvesting in existing affordable housing stock

Community Roots Housing is committed to revitalizing existing affordable housing whenever possible. In 2023: CRH broke ground on a full rehabilitation of the Devonshire, safeguarding 62 affordable homes in a 98-year-old building in central Seattle. Exterior structures at the Haines were restored and repainted. The Helen V, a 114-year-old building, underwent significant restoration efforts including

Resident Advisory Council information session scheduled for 12/5

Community Roots is exploring putting together a Resident Advisory Council. Join us on Tuesday, December 5, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. to learn more about what a resident council is and what a council could do in Community Roots Housing buildings! Join the Zoom meeting by clicking on or entering the URL below. You can also

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