CLOVIS, Calif. — Fresno Housing and the City of Clovis will celebrate its new housing community in Clovis with a groundbreaking ceremony and unveiling of the architectural renderings for Solivita Commons, affordable housing designed for families, at 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 28. Solivita Commons is located at 725 W. Alluvial, Clovis, CA 93611.
Solivita Commons will offer families a welcoming community with one-, two- and three-bedroom units for a total of 60 units in the City of Clovis. The new community contributes to Fresno Housing’s mission to create and sustain vibrant communities throughout Fresno County.
“The City of Clovis has been working hand-in-hand with Fresno Housing to make this beautiful new community a reality. Solivita Commons represents a key investment in Clovis that aligns with our priority to help meet the needs of present and future residents,” said Mayor Drew Bessinger.
“We look forward to welcoming the new families at Solivita Commons and are confident they will enjoy all that Clovis has to offer, including our great schools, beautiful parks and friendly neighbors. I hope that in the decades to come, a young man or woman who once lived in Solivita Commons will themselves serve as the Mayor because they were given the opportunity to succeed, an opportunity which started with this new community.”
Solivita Commons is Fresno Housing’s first housing community in Clovis.
“We are proud to be working with the City of Clovis to begin construction on this new community for the families of Clovis,” said Preston Prince, Executive Director/CEO of Fresno Housing. “Providing access to quality affordable housing for those that need it most is among our key priorities.”
Construction on Solivita Commons is expected to be completed in spring 2021.
About Fresno Housing
Fresno Housing’s mission is to create and sustain vibrant communities throughout the City and County of Fresno by creating high-quality affordable housing. The agency also administers the Housing Choice Voucher program to ensure residents have access to a safe and stable place to live and partners with other organizations and agencies to provide supportive housing and resources to help reduce homelessness in our region.
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