On March 10, 2020 the Board will review six locations for two pilot shelter sites, and select two or three sites for further evaluation. After March 10th, the County will continue to share information and answer questions regarding the two or three sites. The Board will make a final decision on the sites on April 7, 2020
Two or three of the following sites will be selected for further consideration on March 10, 2020
For more information, view the agenda item
In December of 2019 the Board of Supervisors invested $12 million dollars to develop additional housing and sheltering options, mental health and substance use services. That includes establishing two pilot indoor/outdoor shelters.
The County has a strong commitment to provide a path to permanent stable housing for all people experiencing homelessness. The Sonoma County Community Development Commission is the lead agency charged with preventing and ending homelessness.