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The Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation has been making dreams come true, one home at a time, since 1981. Proud to be the largest developer of affordable homes in Ventura County, Cabrillo’s success is the result of decades of passion, dedication and vision. With a mission of providing comprehensive housing services and community economic development activities, Cabrillo facilitates self-sufficiency for individuals and families who are most lacking in opportunity. At Cabrillo, home is more than a place to live – it is the cornerstone of the community’s economic, environmental and social wellbeing.Donate Now
With a mission to provide affordable housing to individuals and families lacking in opportunity in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, the Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation has 26 properties for low income and farmworker families, seniors 55 and older, and those with disabilities. This housing, comprising more than 1,150 units, is funded by an array of affordable programs through the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development, Low Income Housing Tax Credit/ Tax Credit Allocation Committee and the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.Apply Now
The mission of the Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation is to provide comprehensive housing services and community economic development activities, through a community building approach, that facilitate self-sufficiency for individuals and families who are most lacking in opportunity in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties and adjacent areas in Los Angeles County.
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The Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation has affected positive and sustainable change in the region. Cabrillo's important work not only stimulates economic and environmental vitality, but is a catalyst to improving the quality of life for thousands of residents each year by providing affordable home communities as well as a veriety of resources, social opportunities and educational programs.
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The press and public are invited to the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for Camino Esperanza, Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation’s newest affordable housing complex in Simi Valley.
The event will take place at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 6, 2017, at Camino Esperanza, 1384 Katherine Road South, Simi Valley. A luncheon will follow the program.
“This will be a beautiful and needed addition to Simi Valley’s Senior Housing units. Further proof that affordable can be attractive, well made and planned responsibly,” said Simi Valley City Council Member Mike Judge.
With a backdrop of the beautiful Santa Susana Mountains, Camino Esperanza features 31 affordable homes with modern amenities for seniors with special needs. The complex features a community room, and barbecue and sitting areas for residents.
“Camino Esperanza is a welcome addition to Simi Valley and is the only project of its kind here,” said Simi Valley Mayor Bob Huber. “This new affordable housing complex has been built from the ground up to provide focused amenities to senior citizens with special needs, and I am proud that Simi Valley is the home of this new development.”
The program will feature the following speakers: Cabrillo Executive Director Margarita H. de Escontrias, Cabrillo Board President Dave Sabedra, Huber and various community members and residents.
If you are interested in attending the event, Please RSVP below.
April 6 (Thursday) 11:00 am
1384 Katherine Road South, Simi Valley, CA 93063