In preparation for an upcoming vote on a city-wide master plan for homeless housing solutions, members of the Sacramento City Council have been identifying properties in their districts that could accommodate more beds, roofs and safe spaces.
Mayor Darrell Steinberg asked Councilmembers to come up with a range of short- and long-term solutions that include organized outdoor camping and safe parking sites with services, shelters, tiny homes and permanent supportive housing.
In May, each Councilmember presented their district-focused plans during public meetings.
The district sites will be folded into a city-wide plan to bring thousands of people into safer living situations equipped with services to help them transition into longer-term housing. That plan will go to Council in August for an up-or-down vote.
Mayor Pro Tempore Angelique Ashby, District 1 -Watch Here
Councilmember Sean Loloee, District 2 - Watch Here
Councilmember Jeff Harris, District 3 - Watch Here
Councilmember Katie Valenzuela, District 4 - Watch Here
Vice Mayor Jay Schenirer, District 5 - Watch Here
Councilmember Eric Guerra, District 6 - Watch Here
Councilmember Rick Jennings, District 7 - Watch Here
Councilmember Mai Vang, District 8 - Watch Here
WATCH: Mayor Steinberg explains the Homeless Master Plan siting process