After seeing a nearby community redeveloped and its homeowners displaced, Kalispell, Mont., owner decides to sell to the residents.
Nominations are open for anyone interested in becoming the next Mountain West Region Director for the ROC Association.
ROC USA’s Board of Directors unveils a new strategic plan that sets a bold course for growth and new nationwide services.
After taking on a major infrastructure project to improve t heh safety and quality of life in their community, the Board at Pasadena Trails is thrilled with the impact it’s had on their ROC.
Former community owner says he, the residents, and the Montana resort town where they live came out on top.
Doctors gave Wally Zeronsky six months to live. He cocooned himself in a ROC, but as he healed, Wally engaged with his neighbors and emerged a community leader & champion.
ROC USA® is leading a fundraising effort to install playgrounds and other needed improvements in the communities we serve. Your tax-deductible donation will help make that happen.
At Park Plaza Cooperative in Fridley, Minnesota, the community raised funds to install a playground for the community children. This safe place to play also serves as a gathering spot for dozens of families, bringing even more value to this cooperative community.
Centralia, Wash., seller felt good about the price and the decision to sell to his tenants.