Homeless Resources

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On this page you will find:

-Updates on City of Vallejo projects aimed at supporting residents who are experiencing homelessness.

-Resources for people experiencing homelessness.

-Updates on warming center and cooling center openings.

-Opportunities to volunteer and/or donate to the extreme weather centers (e.g. warming and cooling centers)

-Updates on townhalls, community meetings or other engagement opportunities to voice your perspective and opinions related to the topic of homelessness.

For more information regarding these resources please reach out to: homelessness@cityofvallejo.net

On this page you will find:

-Updates on City of Vallejo projects aimed at supporting residents who are experiencing homelessness.

-Resources for people experiencing homelessness.

-Updates on warming center and cooling center openings.

-Opportunities to volunteer and/or donate to the extreme weather centers (e.g. warming and cooling centers)

-Updates on townhalls, community meetings or other engagement opportunities to voice your perspective and opinions related to the topic of homelessness.

For more information regarding these resources please reach out to: homelessness@cityofvallejo.net

  • February 20, 2024 - Unhoused Update to Council

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    On February 20, 2024 City Staff brought an update on unhoused and potential areas of opportunity to City Council to receive direction from City Council on which areas to prioritize. During the presentation staff presented previous unhoused proposals, current City work with the unhoused, potential new projects and programs to engage and discussed a recommended path forward.

    During the discussion Council provided direction to staff to focus on the below priority areas. City Staff will continue to research these items and bring updates and potential projects and funding sources to Council for further discussion.

    1. Safe camping/ safe parking (including potential location(s) and potential funding sources)
    2. Unhoused team
    3. Family Navigation Center
    4. Safe Parking Ordinance for churches, religious organizations, and non-profits

    If you are interested in seeing the full presentation and discussion click here.

  • Warming Centers Opened - February 18th - 20th

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    The City of Vallejo will be opening the Warming Center beginning tonight, Sunday February 18 through Tuesday, February 20 in the Vallejo Room due to the anticipated floods.

    The Warming Center hours will be open 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. each day.


    Location:
    Vallejo Room (below the JFK Library)
    505 Santa Clara Street
    Vallejo, CA 94590


    The City is currently seeking volunteers to help with the Warming Center through Wednesday morning. If you are interested in volunteering, here is the link to sign up


    For further inquiries, please email homelessness@cityofvallejo.net .
  • City of Vallejo to Open Warming Center 2/18-2/20/24

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    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    February 18, 2024

    MEDIA INQUIRIES:

    PIO@cityofvallejo.net

    City of Vallejo to Open Warming Center 2/18-2/20/24

    Vallejo, CA - The City of Vallejo will be opening the Warming Center beginning tonight, Sunday February 18 through Tuesday, February 20 in the Vallejo Room due to the anticipated floods.

    The Warming Center hours will be open 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. each day.

    Location: JFK Library

    Vallejo Room

    505 Santa Clara Street

    Vallejo, CA 94590

    The City is currently seeking volunteers to help with the Warming Center through Wednesday morning. If you are interested in volunteering, here is the link to sign up

    https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050F4AAFAF29A3FA7-48040243-vallejo#/

    For further inquiries, please email homelessness@cityofvallejo.net .

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  • Extreme Weather Update - January 31, 2024

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    Unfortunately, due to location availability the City is not currently available to open an extreme weather center at this time. City Staff will continue to monitor the weather and location availability.

  • Lot M & Public Boat Launch Posting 1/8/2024

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  • 2024 Point In Time Count - Volunteers Needed

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    The 2024 Solano County Point In Time (PIT) is scheduled to take place on January 31, 2024. The PIT Count is a count of unsheltered individuals experiencing homelessness on a single night in January. This is a requirement by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to be conducted every other year.

    This count provides data that is used to determine funding from the State and Federal Government to help provide better programs and services to people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

    The City of Vallejo and Solano County are looking for volunteers to help conduct the 2024 PIT Count.

    Date: January 31, 2024

    Time: 5:30AM – 10:00AM

    For more information or to sign up to volunteer visit: https://solano24.pointintime.info/

    For any additional questions, please reach out to: Natalie Peterson (homelessness@cityofvallejo.net) – City of Vallejo or Beck Farris (rlfarris@solanocounty.com) – Solano County

  • Sereno Drive Posting 8.3.2023

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  • Updates on active and potential new projects to support individuals who are unhoused

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    On June 20, 2023 City of Vallejo Staff presented to City Council on work related to homelessness, including 1) past proposals to support unhoused individuals, 2) active projects, 3) and potential new projects. The goal of the presentation was to receive direction from City Council on which areas to prioritize.

    The presentation slides are now available in the document folder on this page. You can also access the presentation slides, the agenda and watch the presentation recording by clicking here. The presentation on this topic is Item 7A “Receive Update on Unhoused and Potential Areas of Opportunity to Address the Unhoused Situation in Vallejo and Provide Direction to Staff.” *If you look at the slides without listening to the presentation, please pay attention to the slide title pages. Not all of the projects outlined are active in the City of Vallejo, and are examples of potential projects to explore.*

    If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to: homelessness@cityofvallejo.net

  • Extreme Weather Centers Schedule

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    As of June 5, 2023 there are no extreme weather centers scheduled to open. The City of Vallejo is monitoring the weather and if there are changes to the weather that meet our policy guidelines, we will announce an opening with location details via an official press release, social media, our community partners and this website.






  • 2/21/2023 Unhoused Update Presentation

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    City of Vallejo staff presented at the 2/21/2023 Special City Council Meeting to outline some of the work that the City is moving forward to support our unhoused neighbors. To watch the presentation click here.

    Presentation begins at the time stamp 1:54.

Page last updated: 28 Feb 2024, 09:52 AM