Building it forward
in Kittitas County

Together, we can build an
affordable community.

Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity builds strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter with our proven model of creating and supporting homeownership for low-income households. To address the needs of affordable homeownership within Kittitas County and fulfill our mission to build homes, communities, and hope, Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity in 2022 is breaking ground on an 18 home community.

Let us show you how easy it is to help.

Stuart Meadows

Located in the north side of Ellensburg, this project will give families a community to come home to. Surrounded by beautiful landscape and many outdoor opportunities, families will have easy access to shopping, restaurants, Central Washington University, and a brand new grade school, making it a perfect place for families with young children.
Through Habitat’s homeownership model, eighteen homes will be constructed for low-income families under 80% of the Area Median Income. These homes will meet green building criteria for sustainability and be designed and constructed to ensure healthy, low-cost maintenance homes.

About the homes

About the homeowners

  • 18 homes
  • 3 bedroom; 2 baths; 1,150 sq. ft.
  • 2 unique floor plans
  • Certified to Evergreen Sustainable Development standards
  • HOA a greenspace neighborhood
  • 18 families
  • Approximately 81 adults & children
  • Earn less than 80% AMI
  • Willing to partner and complete 20 hours a week of sweat equity (10 hours can be donated to a volunteer)
  • Residing or employed in Kittitas County 1+ years
Taneum West
Robinson East

Two unique single story designs
will create a beautiful neighborhood
anyone would be proud to call home.

Together, we can build this future.