The Woodcrest Neighborhood

About

In 2012, NeighborWorks Orange County and Habitat for Humanity of Orange County created a partnership to leverage efforts and revitalize the Woodcrest Neighborhood. Woodcrest Elementary School has become the main site for leadership and community revitalization planning, as well as great support for community-led projects. Habitat for Humanity of Orange County builds local relationships and serves as a liaison between local partners and Woodcrest resident leaders. NeighborWorks Orange County provides resident leadership training and coaching, as well as support for community-led projects.

Special Projects

Spring 2012 & 2013 - Hosted two Community Pride Day events to revitalize 8 homes and clean up neighborhood

Fall 2013 - Conducted the Community Impact Measurement Project, which included over 200 community surveys

Fall 2013 - Provided educational traffic safety workshops for children at the Discovery Science Center 

Spring 2013 - Hosted a water quality community meeting

Fall 2013 - Participated in NeighborWorks America's National Community Leadership Institute

Spring 2013 & 2014 - Sponsored Family Fun Day event

Summer 2014 - Hosted OCTA Fullerton BIke Tour and bike repair workshop 

Summer 2014 - Participated in Healthy Achievers Challenger & Walking Club

Winter 2015 - Conducted Resident Leadership Training

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Community Partners