Homes for Good intends to work with community partners to completely rebuild the park and infrastructure in a resilient and environmentally responsible manner. The park will provide community open space and amenities and manufactured, or modular housing options will be provided on the site.
In December of 2021, Homes for Good purchased a portion of Lazy Days Mobile Home and RV Park on the north side of the McKenzie Hwy at 52511 McKenzie River Hwy. The park provided 21 Manufactured Home spaces and 15 RV spaces and was completely destroyed in the Holiday Farm fire in the fall of 2020.
Homes for Good is completely rebuilding the park and infrastructure in a resilient and environmentally responsible manner. Land use approval has been given by Lane County to provide 20 spaces for modular/manufactured homes and an additional 10 spaces for park model RVs as well a community building, open space and other amenities. Most of the funding for the rebuild and 30 homes is coming from the State with additional funding coming from Lane County/Business Oregon and DEQ for the community septic system and a grant from HUD. Site work started mid-June 2023. Construction of all infrastructure, the community building and common areas and spaces is on schedule and is expected to occur by early 2024. Placement of the park model RVs is expected to occur at that time with timing of the shipping and placement of Modular Homes being uncertain at this time.
Homes for Good is in the process of procuring the 20 Manufactured/Modular homes and once purchased will be working closely with OHCS, Lane County, and assigned case managers to work with individuals and families that were displaced by the Holiday Farm Fire to connect them to this housing opportunity. The project will address inequitable access to high quality housing in low-income rural communities and community revitalization post disaster.Download Project Fact Sheet: