New Season Community Development Corporation seeks to revitalize the downtown areas of the small towns in rural northwestern Yolo County. We purchase properties, rehabilitate them, and find new commercial tenants with businesses that will add to the local economy and create new jobs for community residents. In service of this mission we also undertake projects that beautify these areas and provide other services that augment new economic development.
New Season Community Development Corporation (NSCDC) along with Network partners Capay Valley Farm Shop (CVFS), Yolo Food Bank, Durst Organic Growers, Spork Food Hub, Fiery Ginger Farm, Hatamiya Group, Kitchen Table Advisors, and Valley Vision closed escrow on the Historic Oakdale Ranch location south of Hwy. 16 between the rural towns of Esparto and Madison in Western Yolo County. Funding for the property purchase was made possible by a grant from the Yolo County Board of Supervisors using American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds.
Development of the Yolo Food Hub Network in Esparto
Continuing cleanup of the Wyatt Property on the corner of Yolo Avenue and Woodland Avenue.
Restoration of the Bank Building on Yolo Avenue
Restoration of Fullerton Building on Yolo Avenue
Development of Giminez vacant lot
Beautification of Esparto core
Multiple Art projects in town.
Painted the Adams Building.
Replace the Post Office Floor, made possible by a very generous private local donation.
Lindberg Building rehabilitation that is now the Pacific ACE Hardware Building.
Support for the Train Station rehabilitation.
Operated Junk, Funk & Finery Thrift Store.