Homekey Palo Alto, which is expected to open in early 2025, is the latest example of the effort by the County and regional partners to address a pair of intricately linked crises in Silicon Valley: housing affordability and homelessness.
Tamien Station, named after the intermodal hub next door, will feature 555 rental housing units, of which 135 will be affordable. Residents will have convenient access to Caltrain and VTA light rail service.
Agrihood, located in the city of Santa Clara, provides low-income seniors with nutritious produce through an on-site farm and will offer programs such as farmers markets and gardening lessons on its 1.5 acres of open space.
Housing leaders, developers, and partners will celebrate the grand opening of Agrihood, an urban agriculture-focused affordable housing development designed for seniors ages 55 and over, with preferences for veterans and carless households.
Whether it’s a medical emergency or car accident, many people are one incident away from losing their homes. Meet some of our county residents who know what that’s like and how they found their way back to stable housing through countywide efforts to end homelessness.
County of Santa Clara and City of San José Release Preliminary Results of 2023 Point-in-Time Homeless Census
The number of unhoused community members counted across Santa Clara County dropped slightly compared to last year, according to preliminary results of the 2023 Point-in-Time homeless census. The data show the overall number of homeless individuals counted this year decreased by 1.2% in Santa Clara County and dropped by 4.7% in the city limits of San José.
County of Santa Clara and City of San José Housing Officials to Provide Updates on Homeless Population
Housing officials from the County of Santa Clara, including Consuelo Hernandez, Director of the County Office of Supportive Housing, and City of San José will be available to share updates on the 2023 Point-in-Time Homeless Census.
The County has committed funding to nearly 5,000 affordable rental housing units under the $950 million Measure A Affordable Housing Bond approved by voters in 2016.
The County of Santa Clara, Santa Clara County Housing Authority and the Santa Clara County Continuum of Care will receive $11,109,104 and 51 stability vouchers to address rural and unsheltered homelessness.
County of Santa Clara Approves $31.5 Million for More Affordable Housing, Including For-Sale Homes