City of Chino Media Contact:
Monica Gutierrez, Public Information Officer
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Media Alert—Save the Date!
Event Date: Tuesday 8/22/17
Villa del Sol Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Who: Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services (NPHS), Inc. in partnership with the City of Chino
What: Villa del Sol Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Where: 4923 G St., Chino, CA 91710
When: August 22, 2017 from 8:30am to 10:30am
Why: The purpose of this ceremony is to gather community members, elected officials, and business partners to celebrate the ribbon-cutting ceremony of Villa del Sol, a three-unit revitalization project and infill manufactured housing development for low-to-moderate income first-time home buyers.
Mayor Eunice Ulloa will be attending to discuss the City of Chino’s partnership with NPHS, Inc. and the impact that community revitalization has upon local low- to moderate-income families. In addition, representatives will be available to share information about the manufactured housing cost-savings model for creating affordable homes as compared to traditional stick-built construction. Information on the new Sojourner Solar Financing Program for homeowners with limited income will also be available.
Visuals / Opportunities:
– Ribbon-cutting ceremony with elected officials and community leaders
– Photo opportunities of new high-performance, factory-built homes
– Interview opportunities with speakers from NPHS and City of Chino
About Villa del Sol Housing Development
The revitalization project began eight years ago with a boarded-up, vacant home, in the midst of a housing crisis that shook the Inland Empire at its core. NPHS identified the property and saw an opportunity to revitalize the neighborhood of hard-working families by creating three affordable factory-built homes on the same parcel that will be energy efficient with installed solar panels.
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About Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services (NPHS)
NPHS is a local nonprofit community economic development organization part of the Neighborworks® Network which is dedicated to building stronger communities by providing down payment assistance, homebuyer education, homeownership retention counseling, and affordable housing development benefitting low to moderate income families. NPHS also promotes economic development through their social enterprise programs providing access to capital, residential and commercial realty services and solar loan programs. NPHS’ mission is to build stronger communities in the Inland Valley by providing innovative housing opportunities, helping families succeed in homeownership and partnering to improve the quality of life in neighborhoods. Visit www.nphsinc.org for further information.
About the City of Chino Housing Division
The City’s Housing Division is responsible for the operation and management of the City’s affordable housing programs. Since its inception, the City has implemented a variety of housing and community development programs aimed at revitalizing older neighborhoods and assisting very low, low and moderate income households attain safe, decent and affordable housing.