On Hiatus

Due to roadblocks in acquiring land in the Geos Neighborhood, Ralston Creek CoHousing is on hiatus.  We are waiting to see if the land will come up for sale or not.  This will take between 6 months and 2 years.  During this time, we have not disbanded.  We are not holding events, sending out the newsletter, or accepting new members.  If you want to be notified if the land comes up for sale, please go to https://www.ralstoncreekcohousing.org/contact/ and join our mailing list.   And, we do still answer the phone or e-mail.

Watch a live interview with cohousing experts
Karin Hoskin and Bryan Bowen!

Join us for a cohousing chat about the challenges of living in a modern culture and how life in a cohousing community might help us thrive during COVID. Meet Karin Hoskin, executive director of Cohousing USA, Bryan Bowen, cohousing architect, founder at Caddis PC and Nicole Aimone, Ralston Creek Cohousing member.

Membership is a fun way to get to know one another


Getting to Know Us

joan and janette


Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive about cohousing, timeline, membership and more.

“I can’t wait for the Gatehouse to open and I can move in with the rest of the Ralston Creek CoHousers! ”

Victoria Baker

Join Us At Ralston Creek!

We will create our new home in the Gatehouse, a new building that will be constructed along the Ralston Creek Trail, in the beautiful Geos neighborhood.

Listen to Norbert Klebl, master developer of GEOS speak about the neighborhood


GEOS Neighborhood

We have chosen the Geos Neighborhood as the location for our intentional community, near Denver, Colorado. We desire to live in a net zero energy community where geothermal and solar energy replace fossil fuels, making it affordable now and forever. We will be exchanging larger individual yards for a shared courtyard, vegetable gardens and pocket parks.


Join the Green Energy Revolution

“I like that I can walk or bike to restaurants, the grocery store, and other retail stores.  And, I easily go by car to Old Town Arvada, Golden, Denver, or Boulder. We have lots of parks nearby too.  We have it all.  But with this quiet, friendly neighborhood, we don’t have to leave for our social life. “

Arnelle Burg

“I came to cohousing because I wanted to form community before, during, and after my move to Colorado from Ohio. I have been planning to retire in Colorado ever since my three children moved there.”

Debbie Fox