Sonoma County supervisors to consider housing homeless in tiny homes
Sonoma County supervisors on Tuesday are expected to take another next step toward creating villages of tiny homes to house homeless people.
Officials have identified six county-owned properties for the villages, which could include trailer homes, 70-square-foot camping-style cabins or slightly larger, 220-square-foot homes.
Supervisors first floated the tiny-home concept in July. They are expected to vote Tuesday on whether pay up to $75,000 for an analysis of sites for a pilot program, which could lead to the construction or purchase of dozens of structures. They could be located permanently or temporarily on government-owned lots scattered throughout Santa Rosa.