The warming center at Sacramento Capitol City Seventh-Day Adventist Church in south Sacramento is open. Library Galleria and Southside Park Pool House warming centers are temporarily closed.
The City Hall Parking Garage remains open as "safe parking." It is open nightly to people in vehicles as well as individuals on foot who may have wanted to access the warming centers.
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The City of Sacramento is committed to solving homelessness for individuals and families, and to making the community stronger and safer for all.
Solving homelessness does not mean people will never again experience homelessness in Sacramento. It means the City and its partners have a coordinated, responsive plan in place to ensure the safety, stability and success of our most vulnerable residents.
The City is committed to providing safety for all its residents, which includes the immediate safety needs of those experiencing homelessness.
The City is committed to connecting individuals with health and social services so they can transition from the streets or shelters into more stable conditions.
The City is committed to helping individuals who have achieved stability move into permanent housing and maintain long-term success.