Our New Site And Design Announced

Tonight the Circle City Villages board met with members of the Greater Gardens Neighborhood Associaton to present our plan to build a tiny house village at 1318 S Lynhurst Dr. We are thankful to partner with Lynhurst Baptist Church in pursuing this project. The plan is to build the village in two phases with 14Continue reading “Our New Site And Design Announced”

Anything Worthwhile Takes Time

The vision for Circle City Village began with conversations just over three years ago between board members, staff, and volunteers with Food 4 Souls, a faith-based outreach ministry to friends experiencing homelessness. That summer the outreach director for Food 4 Souls visited multiple locations, including Madison, WI, and the Pacific Northwest to tour tiny houseContinue reading “Anything Worthwhile Takes Time”

Follow-up Story On Fox 59

Tanae Howard from Fox 59 did a follow-up story on our project last week. She did a great job of capturing our current situation and the need for community partners to work with us. It also gave people a perspective of what it is currently like for people who are moved from camp to campContinue reading “Follow-up Story On Fox 59”

Circle City Village Status Update

Square One Villages in Eugene, OR has put together a 10-step road-map for building a tiny house village that is illustrated in the image below. Some people think building “tiny houses for the homeless” is as simple as building a tiny house and moving someone in. It takes much more than that, though, to makeContinue reading “Circle City Village Status Update”

What Can A Tiny House Do?

Post from one of our team members, T J Curtis. What can a tiny house community do to help end homelessness? When you’re first learning to ride a bike if you keep your eyes on where you are and not in front of you, you will often crash it’s only when you keep your eyesContinue reading “What Can A Tiny House Do?”