Board Approves $23 Million Purchase for Shelter

From SACCOUNTY NEWS, November 16, 2022

On Nov. 15, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the historic purchase of a $23 million piece of real estate that will ultimately serve as the county’s third and largest, to date, Safe Stay Community. 

The property, located at 4837 Watt Ave, is near several large encampments – both tent encampments and vehicle parking encampments. The space is initially expected to shelter up to 140 cabins for 160 people inside the building, with additional space for 50 cars/RVs in the parking lot for those wishing to transition from homelessness while remaining in their vehicles.

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