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
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