Dodd Meadows is our latest community development. It is located at the corner of Crest Road and East Blue Ridge Road in East Flat Rock, making it close to schools, churches, shopping and community resources. The community is named in honor of Steve Dodd who served as the affiliate’s president from 2003 through 2008, a period of time that represented tremendous growth for Henderson County Habitat for Humanity. Dodd Meadows, once completed, will serve as the home for 82 families and an estimated 300 children. Many of these children will be the first generation to grow up in a home owned by their family.
Begun in January, 2013, this community will consist of two, three, and four bedroom homes, and will be open to senior citizens and those with disabilities as well as to families. As is true of all Henderson County Habitat for Humanity homes, Dodd Meadows homes are designed to meet the highest standards of energy efficiency and safety.
Dodd Meadows will consist of park areas, a playground, sidewalks, walking trails, ponds and bright cottage architectural homes. In addition, the community will be served by a clubhouse that will be available to both Dodd Meadows residents and organizations from the surrounding community for meetings and group activities. The street names in this development will honor volunteers and contributors to Habitat.