Matt Mulligan from Switch Homes

When:  Apr 10, 2024 from 11:45 AM to 01:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  Dubuque Tri-State Chapter

Please join us for our final chapter meeting of the spring on April 10th, 2024.  Matt Mulligan, who founded Switch Homes in 2021 will be joining us to share about the construction of a new 105-unit sustainable living community in Dubuque.  The new community will include DOE Zero Energy Ready homes. According to the company, each of their homes will be built with high-quality, recycled materials. The homes use solar panels and smart devices to save money on maintenance costs and last longer.  Switch Homes also plans to build community gardens, ample green space, walking trails, and a community park within The Farm neighborhood.  The home development company is based in Dubuque. Switch Homes already has communities in Bettendorf and Davenport, but the company said the Dubuque community is the first of several proposed master-planned communities in Iowa. 

Registration begins at 11:45 am with the meeting beginning at 12:00 noon in The Welch Dining Room, main level of Charles & Romona Myers Center (building #19 on map attached here UD_Campus_Map.pdf).  

PARKING: 1st option – Visitor parking lot at corner of Algona Street & Grace Street (across street from Charles & Romona Center)

    2nd option (if visitor lot is full) – Parking lot on Bennett Street (also across street from Charles & Romona Center)”

Please RSVP by Wednesday April 3rd   by sending an email directly to

As a reminder the cost is $10 for members, $15 for non-members; and students are FREE. Guests are always welcome to join! Please keep in mind that if you make a reservation to attend, your meal cost is going to be covered by the organization, so it is essential that you attend if you make a reservation.

This is the last event of the year so we hope to see you all there!


University of Dubuque - Charles & Ramona Meyers Center main level - Welch Dining Room
Corner of Algona & Bennett Streets
Dubuque, IA 52001


Danielle Gorman