San Jose expects to have 80 tiny cabins built by next summer to house homeless people until they find a long-term place to stay.
San Jose cleared homeless people out of their illegal camps this year at more than 11 times the rate it had in 2013, according to a new report.
This new practice at HomeFirst will ultimately raise the sense of personal safety and introduce hope as a common practice.
After public backlash quashed plans earlier this year to build tiny cabins for the homeless in San Jose, city officials are giving it another shot.
A study up for review by the San Jose City Council affirms that revenue from two new tax measures is being eaten up by pension costs.
Three weeks after the flood that devastated several neighborhoods along Coyote Creek, more than 500 households remain displaced.
With the floods displacing thousands of San Jose residents, including the homeless, families say some of their loved ones are unaccounted for.
The number of homeless people who died in Santa Clara County this year more than doubled from 2015, according to newly released data.
The cost of living here takes more than a financial toll—it’s personal. If a relationship falls apart, there’s often nowhere else to go.
San Jose made a bold move to help the homeless by implementing California’s “shelter crisis” code. By most accounts, it appears to be working.