The tiny house village that started a movement
We strongly believe at Quixote Communities that everyone deserves safe and affordable housing. We work to provide housing for our community members experiencing homelessness in Western Washington. We are a tiny house village that offers communal living with rich peer mentorship and support. Our staff work side-by-side with residents to help them reach their individual goals and to connect them with various community services. Our houses are economically efficient, costing less than half of what it costs to build your average apartment. We also leave a smaller footprint with our simple 144 sq. ft. homes. But the most rewarding part of it all, is that our residents are no longer homeless. Housing is a primary need, first and foremost. Once residents are housed they are then able to work on other aspects of their lives such as education, employment, substance use, physical health, and mental health. This is no easy feat. Our residents are resilient survivors and we see their successes here every day.
Quixote Village is currently full and has a waiting list.
If you are interested in applying for residency at the Village,
please contact 1-844-628-7343
Quixote Village is the one that started it all! We are a thriving tiny house village with 30 unique individuals living together. We have a Program Supervisor and two Case Managers that work with residents and strive to provide a variety of services to fit each residents' needs.
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TOURS CURRENTLY CANCELLED
We are currently not doing any tours during the pandemic to keep everyone safe.
We’d like to remind everyone that Quixote Village is a private residence. Our Community Building is where our residents shower, cook, and relax. Please do not show up outside of our tour schedule.
Quixote Village is on the land of the Cowlitz, Coast Salish, Nisqually, and Squaxin Island Tribes, whose ancestors have been here since time immemorial. We express deep gratitude for the local tribes who have supported our efforts to grow Quixote Communities to what it is today.