Takoma Village Cohousing is in Northwest Washington DC in the Takoma Park Historic District. We are two blocks from the Takoma Metro Station on the red line, almost to the boundary with Maryland. Takoma Park was originally one town built around the Takoma Springs.
About Us, Takoma Village Cohousing
Typical of most cohousing communities we are an eclectic community of 68 adults with many cultural backgrounds, occupations, and interests. We have 21 children, aged 3 months to 90 years. Four dogs and many cats. Birds and squirrels. Bicycles and soccer balls. Lots of trains next door: Metro, commuter, and freight.
A Guide to Our Website
Our website is designed to be both a guide and a resource for those who are interested in Takoma Village, cohousing in general, and the metropolitan DC area. The navigation menu at the top of the page leads to lots of information. About Takoma Village and About Cohousing are obvious. Other sections are described below.
An extensive collection developed by a resident who is a librarian at the Library of Congress. It includes links for visitors touring DC, more information on Takoma Village’s immediate neighborhood, and links to vital information for those moving and living in Washington, DC — government and utility websites, etc.
Leads to copies of our community policies. They might be helpful if you are forming a community and need examples.
Information about internal functioning such as calendars, scheduling, etc. If you are considering moving to Takoma Village, ask your community contact if access to these files is possible.
Please enjoy your visit and if you have questions, suggestions, or corrections, please contact the webmaster.