About Dragonfly Village
new apartments and community center in majestic setting
Dragonfly Village is quality transitional housing for homeless and low-income individuals and families. Applicants must commit to transitioning from Dragonfly Village to independent living and permanent housing (within 12 or 18 or 24 months).
All applicants for residency will be processed in accordance with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)/HOME program guidelines.
residents’ safety and security are absolutely paramount.
Amity Foundation Dragonfly selected Nicolosi and Fitch, Inc. to manage the Dragonfly Village Apartments and Social Mobile Buzz Marketing and Communications to assist with implementation of an affirmative fair housing marketing plan. Amity Dragonfly manages the Community Center. Project construction was by Lang Wyatt and the Architect was GDA.
Amity Dragonfly was pleased to announce the hiring of Robert Cannon as the Dragonfly Community Center Director. Ray Clarke, Dragonfly Board President stated, “Mr. Cannon brings a wealth of professional community experience that will help to make the new center a model that will also benefit Tucson and Pima County.”
In a majestic setting, Dragonfly Village is 30 furnished rental apartments in its own gated community; utilities are included with studio 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms. Subsidies and housing vouchers are welcome. Rental Applications: Tenant Income Certifications; verification of assets and income; and criminal background checks will be conducted to insure qualified residents reside in Dragonfly Village.
• dragonfly resident housing services
• case management services
• community collaboration services
Laundry room and other amenities are available. Rental Agreements may be written with optional 6 month renewals after the original lease expires if appropriate. Highly recommended supportive services will be offered at Dragonfly Village Community Center (see above).
Resident portions of the rental rates will be determined utilizing HOME Affordable Housing Guidelines and are based on individual/family income. Residents will be low-income families at 35% or 50% AMI (area median income) as provided by HUD for Pima County Arizona. Resident rent may be subsidized by various social service and other organizations. Donations are also welcome.
Dragonfly Village is a sober, smoke free, drug free and crime free community in a sustainable environment. Pets are not permitted. Residents’ safety and security are absolutely paramount. All residents will be expected to comply with the Rental Agreement and Community Code Policies.
Testimonials for Dragonfly Village
“I have been at Dragonfly Village for only a couple of months and I have received case management services and direction that had helped me to attain a position with AmeriCorps which will lead to me eventually getting my teaching certificate. The stability and peace of Dragonfly village allows for time to think and thoroughly plan my goals. The independence and encouraged self-sufficiency has helped in facilitating my growth”.
-Leslie, age 42
“I have been homeless for a long time and what Dragonfly Village has done is keep me off the streets and allowed me to live in a safe environment and not be homeless anymore. I do not work due to a disability, but now I am thinking I will be able to do something now that I do not have to worry about housing”.
-P., age 62
“I came from Amity Circle Tree Ranch after 4 years of treatment for addictions. I never thought I would have an opportunity to live a sober life. I have my children back and in my first apartment at Dragonfly Village. My children are extremely happy here and enjoy having their own bedroom. The past six months have been new and exciting step in the right direction for me and by kids. Dragonfly has given me hope that dreams can come true”.
-Lisa, age 26
services and collaborations