10 locations for alternative sites under discussion at Chico City Council meeting | Local

CHICO, Calif. – The City of Chico has released the locations of 10 possible alternate sites where the city cannot enforce its anti-camping laws for at least 60 days.

On May 17, the city council decided to move forward with the Eaton and Cohasset location as an alternate site and to discuss additional locations at its Tuesday meeting.

It was recommended that the City Council review the alternative locations listed below and select two alternative sites. The Warren v. Chico The settlement agreement states that the city must provide three alternate sites where the anti-camping order cannot be enforced for 60 days for homeless people who are not eligible for Torres Shelter or Pallet Shelter.

According to the regulations, alternate sites must be within half a mile of public transportation and food services.

The locations to be discussed on Tuesday are listed below:

  • Eaton Road and Cohasset Road West
  • Eaton Road and Cohasset Road East
  • Fair Street and Country Drive
  • Bruce Road and Humboldt Road
  • Land east of Forest Avenue and Humboldt Road
  • The separation of Pine Street and Cypress Street, “The Triangle”
  • Teichert ponds
  • Eaton Road and Hicks Lane
  • The old CHP car park on Fir Street
  • Depot park

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