I think to some extent the more rules and specific requirements that are insisted on for an agrihood or village, the less likely it is to actually be created.
I think there's a lot of potential for a neighborhood like this to become even more like the kind of village you describe, Ranson, for instance if some of us get more into growing food and can encourage neighbors to buy it.
R Ranson wrote: People choose to live under these rules. There is a wait list 10 years long to buy a house in that community.
People keep creating new intentional communities all the time - are any of them the kind of agrihood or village you describe? It seems like intentional communities are always begging for members, not having a ten year wait list.