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Youth Shelter and Navigation Center

Facade Photo

Additional project updates and information will be published on an on-going basis.

Latest Updates - January 2024

The City’s contractor is scheduled to begin construction in the area beginning January 2024, with an estimated completion, barring weather or other unforeseen delays, by Early 2025.

The contractor is scheduled to perform work Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Parking impacts for residents is not expected. Efforts will be made to minimize inconveniences and minimize construction activities during scheduled park sports activities.

The contractor encourages to keep children away from the construction areas and activities.

Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation throughout this project.

Estimated Project Timeline

*Construction timeline is set barring unforeseen weather changes or other circumstances

Permitting/Regulatory Approvals Completed Summer 2023
Detailed Design & Construction Documentation Completed Summer 2023
Bid & Award Completed Fall 2023
Begin Construction Winter 2024
Estimated Completion Early 2025

Project Information

The new Youth Shelter and Navigation facility will serve to provide resources and support for transitional age youth experiencing homelessness. The project consists of renovation of the existing facility for a permanent homeless shelter and a daily storage facility. Building improvements include new interior walls, doors, shower rooms, remodel existing restrooms, new interior ceilings, lighting, upgraded electrical panel, exterior paint and finish. There will be a new storefront with partial glass façade, in addition to sidewalk and driveway improvements in front of the building.

*Click Concept Photos Below for Larger View

Interior Overview Concept

Communal Concept

Project Funding

The Youth Shelter and Navigation Center Project received $1,800,000 in Measure A funds, $900,000 from the Homeless Housing and Assistance Prevention Program, and $1,400,000 from the State of California AB32 funds.

Project Contact

Kimvy Nguyen, kimvy.nguyen@psomas.com, (714) 481-7939