Tiny house villages for people without houses: a winter roundup

A series of tiny house villages for people without houses have been in the news recently.  Here’s a roundup:

  • Alternet has an article on Dignity Village in Portland, which is governed by a democratically elected council of nine residents and town-hall style meetings for big decisions.
  • The GoodNewsNetwork has a piece on a tiny house village in Seattle that has been built on Lutheran Church property to house people.DignityHut_610px
  • The Savannah Morning News has an update on the efforts of the Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless to build a tiny house village aimed at homeless vets.

For some perspectives on tiny house villages for people without houses, we recommend: