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A Success Story

In 2018, California’s Strategic Growth Council awarded Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood $20 million through the California Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities program – a first for the Inland Empire. This will help fund two upcoming phases of the Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood, formerly known as Waterman Gardens Public Housing including 147 affordable housing units and 36 market-rate units. Upon completion, Arrowhead Grove will include about 400 units as well as a pool and clubhouse, walking paths, community garden and a computer lab for residents, along with pedestrian and transit improvements that will benefit the whole community. Partners include the City of San Bernardino, County of San Bernardino, National Community Renaissance, and the Clancy Company.

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