Low-income senior housing complex opens in Santa Ynez
Over 900 seniors applied to live in facility
Rona Barrett Foundation Golden Inn & Village in Santa Ynez. (Photo: Julia Minsky)
SANTA YNEZ, Calif. – Some low-income seniors in Central California will now have a new place to call home in the Santa Ynez Valley.
The Rona Barrett Foundation Golden Inn & Village celebrated its grand opening Friday morning with a ribbon cutting and tours of the newly built facility.
The grand opening comes shortly after founder Rona Barrett celebrated her 80th birthday. For Barrett, the living facility is the crowning achievement of more than 16 years of hard work.
The foundation said over 900 low-income seniors applied to live in one of the 60 new independent living units on the campus.
Special guests at Friday’s ribbon cutting included members of the housing authority of Santa Barbara and U.S., State and local officials.
For more about the Rona Barrett foundation and the Golden Inn & Village, click here.