Santa Clara County’s multi-agency All the Way Home campaign has housed 1,237 homeless veterans since 2015, according to a new report.
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.
NIMBYs have come out in full force to oppose one of San Jose’s most inventive solutions for homelessness.
In Santa Clara County’s push to end homelessness, not all agree on how to balance short-term needs with long-term solutions.
Plans to replace a rent-controlled apartment complex with market-rate housing near Santana Row leads to largest eviction in San Jose history.
City officials have asked local churches and other religious congregations to each commit to housing at least one homeless veteran.
Santa Clara County’s homeless population fell by 14 percent since the last count two years ago, according to figures released Monday.
San Jose may explore the idea of building “micro-housing”—tiny, 150-square-foot cottages—to house the homeless.