Our vision is simple—join us for impact.

Our vision is a future where everyone in Sanders County can live in a place they call home. Community Housing is committed to increasing rental housing aligned with the workforce and income needs of Sanders County.  Our vision is to create rental units annually.  Partnering with our local workforce and vendors, we will craft residences reflecting community esthetics. With your help, we can make a difference. Learn more and get involved.

Latest News

America is facing a housing crisis.

The U.S. is short millions of housing units. Half of renters are paying more than a third of their salary in housing costs, and for those looking to buy, scant few homes on the market are affordable for a typical household.

To ramp up supply, cities are taking a fresh look at their zoning rules that spell out what can be built where and what can't. And many are finding that their old rules are too rigid, making it too hard and too expensive to build many new homes.

You know volunteering has a positive influence (make friends, build connections, gain experiences, etc.), but did you know that it can actually assist your health?

There are always ways to give back to others around you, even including the presents you buy. Here are some ideas for Father’s Day gifts that give back.

Hear the impact firsthand from a tenant in 2022

  • Unmatched kindness.

    “Sanders County Community Housing has impacted our lives in a great way. The apartment has helped us pursue our careers while having affordable housing. The environment is welcoming, and it feels like a community. We are very grateful for how Sanders County Community Housing has helped us!”– Happy Tenant

Tenant Letter of Appreciation 2022

This is a note of appreciation & thankfulness for the opportunity to live in one of the Sanders County Housing units (namely in Plains).

This is a clean, quiet complex in a small town that fits the needs of two older citizens of Sanders County.

My husband is a 20-year veteran of the US Army.  He is 50% disabled and will soon turn 83 years old.  I am a “not so frisky” chick of 78 & need to be closer to the medical care which Plains has to offer.

We are clean, quiet & community-minded folks.  We have raised five good children, have 23 grandkids & now 14 great-grands. 

None of our children live close to us, but think the Plains complex is perfect for us – no busy traffic to worry about & close to medical and everything we need here. 

We are loyal “Montanans” & are glad to be here.

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