Casa Buena Community Meetings

Community Meeting Held January 13, 2022

The Town of Corte Madera and our resident Working Group held a community meeting last Thursday, January 13, 2022.  We introduced Homeward Bound of Marin to the Corte Madera Community as The Casa Buena’s newest operator.  Members of the community had the opportunity to meet Homeward Bound leadership, learn about the ongoing construction project/renovations and the intended upcoming operations at The Casa Buena.  Homeward Bound provided an overview of their operations and allowed an opportunity for questions, answers and community engagement.  

To watch the recording of The Casa Buena Community Meeting, please click on the embedded video below.  



Community Meeting Held August 3, 2021

The County of Marin has been actively working with design professionals to transition The Casa Buena by including renovations to both the interior of the structure and exterior of the site.  

The Town of Corte Madera facilitated a  community meeting with the County of Marin, their design team, and members of The Casa Buena Working Group on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at 4 PM via zoom and shared information regarding upcoming construction activity and design concepts for the upcoming renovations and exterior site plan improvements.   

If you missed the community meeting, you can still get caught up on what was discussed by clicking on the embedded video below. 



Community Forum Held April 19, 2021

On April 19, 2021 we held our first Casa Buena Community Forum where members of the working group, Town staff, County staff, and representatives from our charitable partners, Catholic Charities and Opening Doors Marin, discussed the project and answered questions from the community.  Topics included:

  • Move-in status
  • Services offered to support new residents
  • Future renovation plans
  • Volunteering and donating
  • Measuring success

If you weren't able to participate or watch the meeting via Zoom, you can click on the embedded video below and get up-to-date on what was discussed at this Community Forum.