Silicon Valley’s ‘All the Way Home’ Campaign Has Housed 1,200-Plus Homeless Veterans

Santa Clara County’s multi-agency All the Way Home campaign has housed 1,237 homeless veterans since 2015, according to a new report.

San Jose Considers $2.9 Million Tax Break for Post Street Towers

A residential high-rise being proposed in downtown San Jose is vying for a few million bucks in city subsidies.

San Jose’s D7 Council Incumbent Tam Nguyen Faces Familiar Challenger in Maya Esparza

The rematch between Tam Nguyen and Maya Esparza could pave the path for how the city tackles its most pressing issues in coming years.

Proposed Carve-Out of Homeless Housing Bond Meets Resistance from Silicon Valley Nonprofits

The county will consider setting aside 5 percent of a homeless housing bond for developmentally disabled people who are already housed.

Santa Clara County Supervisors Urged to Consider Housing—Not Parking—for Old City Hall Annex

Plans to convert San Jose’s old City Hall Annex into a parking lot instead of housing for the homeless has drawn the ire of a prominent developer.

San Jose City Council Signs Off on Tiny Homes for Homeless, Still Unsure Where to Put Them

Despite being one of the most expansive big cities in the nation, San Jose can’t figure out where to build tiny homes for the homeless.

NIMBY Backlash Over ‘Tiny Homes’ Prompts City to Reduce Number of Potential Sites

NIMBYs have come out in full force to oppose one of San Jose’s most inventive solutions for homelessness.

San Jose May Revise Urban Village Policy to Advance Affordable Housing Projects

The City Council on Tuesday will consider relaxing requirements that have stymied the type of development prescribed by the General Plan.

Silicon Valley Balances Stopgaps, Real Solutions to Homelessness

In Santa Clara County’s push to end homelessness, not all agree on how to balance short-term needs with long-term solutions.