Takesa Village

A resident-owned community

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Takesa Village Homeowners Cooperative is a resident-owned manufactured home community in Mead, Wash, a small town 10 miles northeast of Spokane. We are a terrific neighborhood for people who like a suburban setting that’s still an easy drive to the big city. We are less than 30 minutes from Riverside State Park and the Spokane River. 

We are a family-friendly community and have worked hard to improve the infrastructure and roads while offering lots of activities for families. We have two pools and a community center for Members to enjoy.

We have community parks nearby and the Boys and Girls Club is a quick drive from Takesa Village. With close proximity to Spokane and the quaintness of a small town like Mead, Takesa Village is a wonderful place to raise a family.

Takesa Village is owned by the Community Members who live here – we are a resident-owned community (ROC).

Takesa Village

is owned by the cooperative
Members who
live here.

That means

we control
the rent & make
the rules

We own it

The Member homeowners of Takesa Village control the rent and make the rules. On May 2, 2016, the ROC purchased the land and infrastructure, such as the roads and water lines. Now, a democratically elected Board of Directors manages the business of running Takesa Village Homeowners Cooperative. Every Member household in the community has a say in who sits on the Board, how we spend our money, the annual budget, and whether we make changes to the rent.

We’re also part of a national network of more than 300 ROCs just like us. That membership provides us with access to expert coaching on how to run our ROC, leadership development and training, communication with dozens of community leaders who face many of the same issues we do, and more. Life in Takesa Village is truly different than in a commercially owned community – we invite you to find out firsthand how that difference makes living here so much better.

The Benefits of Membership


the homeowners own the land underneath our neighborhood as a resident-owned community (ROC).


vote on the budget and
set the site fees.
There is no profit
margin in your


rules and park


are secure – there is no commercial owner
who can decide
to close the

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Potential residents must be approved by our Membership Committee and Board before they move in.