Into the Future

When the County was zoned in the 1960s, engineers drew an “R-5” (residential homes on 5 acres) across all the Freeborn Reserve’s 5 parcels even though it was obvious that a church had existed for 100 years, a preschool, a cemetery and a restaurant with an upstairs brothel (until just after WW II).  The latter (now a caretaker’s farm house) sat across 300th to the north (purchased in 2002). Our dreams for this Exit 215 campus:and require conditional use variances to Snohomish County codes.  Our dreams were first described in a 2013 Conditional Use Permit Narrative.