Local Governments Awarded $200 Million to Address Homeless Encampments

Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced $192 million in new state funding to help cities and counties address the proliferation of homeless encampments. The Encampment Resolution Fund (ERF) grants will be allocated to 17 jurisdictions to support a total of 20 projects:

  • The City of Anaheim — $3.1 million
  • The City of Chico — $2.7 million
  • The City of Fresno — $10.9 million
  • The City of Los Banos — $11.8 million
  • The City of Oakland — $7.2 million
  • The City of Oceanside — $11.4 million
  • The City of Ojai — $12.7 million
  • The City of San Bernardino — $4.6million
  • The City of Santa Cruz — $4 million
  • The Humboldt County Continuum of Care — $3.4 million
  • Los Angeles County — $51.5 million
  • Marin County — $18.2 million
  • Monterey County — $11.1million
  • Nevada County — $2.5 million
  • Santa Barbara County — $7.9 million
  • San Mateo County — $14.1 million
  • The Tehama County Continuum of Care — $14.1 million

“This new funding will get people out of tents and into housing across California,” Newsom said. “As the state provides unprecedented resources like this, we also expect accountability. Local governments must ensure this funding is being utilized on the ground.”

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