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Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity is a chartered affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI). It is governed by a local Board of Directors.
Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity is a volunteer-based organization that works in partnership with God and people from all walks of life to improve the quality of life in our community by building and/or renovating houses so that there are simple, decent, affordable homes in which people can live and grow into all that God intends.
- Began as a volunteer only operation in 1989.
- Closed on first home in December 1990.
- Hired first staff member in 2001.
- Opened the ReStore, a home improvement resale shop, on July 15, 2005.
- Dedicated the 50th home in 2008.
- Began construction on the first 6 homes in Cedar Creek, Montgomery County’s Habitat-only neighborhood, in 2009.
- Closed on a record-breaking 10 homes in 2009.
- Streets were poured in Section II of Cedar Creek during 2011, and construction began on these lots in 2012.
Since opening the initial phase of the 37-acre Cedar Creek neighborhood to development in 2009, 29 homes have been dedicated or are currently under construction. The Phase 2 streets, drainage, and other infrastructure were completed in 2011. This Habitat home neighborhood will eventually accommodate almost 90 single-family homes, green space and a community garden. There are plenty of homes to be built on the available lots in Cedar Creek over the next few years; however, the pace of building the remaining homes is largely dependent on having corporations and other organizations committing to being a home sponsor. In addition to the ongoing construction in Cedar Creek, HFHMC will continue to build homes in other parts of the county.
If you would like to learn more about what Habitat is doing in Montgomery County, contact Jennifer and schedule a Behind the Scenes Tour!