Map: San Jose tiny home sites approved by council

The map above shows the sites approved on Tuesday by the San Jose City Council as locations for  tiny home villages for homeless residents.

Councilmembers voted 8-2 to move forward with six sites: expanding two existing projects and building two new communities during the 2022-’23 fiscal year, and planning to start work later on two other sites.

The numbered sites:

1 / Guadalupe expansion. In addition to a 76-unit project already being constructed on a police department lot, the proposal envisions four more modular buildings with a total of 20 sleeping units.

2 / Rue Ferrari expansion. The site already has a 118-bed facility. The proposal envisions up

→ Continue reading at Mercury News

More from author

Related posts

Advertisment

Latest posts

Map: San Jose tiny home sites approved by council

The map above shows the sites approved on Tuesday by the San Jose City Council as locations for  tiny home villages for homeless...

Los Gatos keeps cannabis ban, council votes to keep dispensaries out

David McNew/Getty Images Los Gatos Town Council chose Tuesday night to maintain the town’s ban on local dispensaries and not...

The Nightmare Politics and Sticky Science of Hacking the Climate

And exactly how much carbon they remove can vary quite a bit based on variables like the health of the vegetation. “One of the...