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Newsom sends millions to re-settle homeless in Fresno, Tulare

The cities of Fresno and Tulare will receive a chunk of $50 million in state grants awarded by Gov. Gavin Newsom to help re-settle the homeless in communities across the state.

Gov. Newsom set a goal to clean up 1,000 encampments in 2022, thus far 431 sites have been cleared. With the $50 million, the goal is to relocate 1,401 individuals that are currently living in encampments sites.

The following list of cities and counties were awarded grant money:

  • Santa Barbara County – $2.5 million to rehouse 200 individuals
  • San Bernardino County – $1.7 million to rehouse 150 individuals
  • City of Richmond – $4.8 million to rehouse 102 individuals
  • City of Fresno – $5 million to rehouse 100 individuals
  • City of Oakland – $4.7 million to rehouse 100 individuals
  • City of San Jose – $2 million to rehouse 100 individuals
  • Redwood City – $1.8 million to rehouse 70 individuals
  • Santa Cruz County – $2.3 million to rehouse 65 individuals
  • Orange County – $3.6 million to rehouse 60 individuals
  • City of Los Angeles – $1.7 million to rehouse 60 individuals
  • City of Petaluma – $1.3 million to rehouse 60 individuals
  • City of Tulare – $1.5 million to rehouse 57 individuals
  • City of Salinas – $4 million to rehouse 55 individuals
  • City of Eureka – $1.6 million to rehouse 50 individuals
  • City of Berkeley – $4.7 million to rehouse 45 individuals
  • City of Long Beach – $1.3 million to rehouse 40 individuals
  • City of Vista – $1.8 million to rehouse 35 individuals
  • City of San Rafael – $522,000 to rehouse 34 individuals
  • Marin County – $317,000 to rehouse 18 individuals

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Staff reports from The San Joaquin Valley Sun staff.