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File #: LB 20-003   
Section: Legislative Business Status: Agenda Ready
Meeting Body: City Council
Agenda Date: 2/4/2020 Final action:
Subject: City of Hayward Homelessness Update: Accepting Information on the 2019 Homeless Population Point in Time Count; Adopting a Resolution Endorsing the EveryOne Home Strategic Plan; Receiving an Update on the Hayward Navigation Center; and Adopting a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Accept and Appropriate a Donation of $83,000 from the Hayward Rotary Club
Attachments: 1. Attachment I Staff Report, 2. Attachment II 2019 Alameda County PIT Count, 3. Attachment III 2019 Hayward PIT Count, 4. Attachment IV Resolution to Endorse the Plan, 5. Attachment V Resolution to Accept and Appropriate Funds
Related files: CONS 20-474
DATE: February 4, 2020

TO: Mayor and City Council

FROM: City Manager

SUBJECT

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City of Hayward Homelessness Update: Accepting Information on the 2019 Homeless Population Point in Time Count; Adopting a Resolution Endorsing the EveryOne Home Strategic Plan; Receiving an Update on the Hayward Navigation Center; and Adopting a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Accept and Appropriate a Donation of $83,000 from the Hayward Rotary Club

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RECOMMENDATION

Recommendation
That the City Council:
- Accepts information on the results of the 2019 Homeless Population Point in Time Counts for Alameda County and Hayward (Attachments II and III, respectively);
- Adopts a Resolution endorsing the EveryOne Home Strategic Plan (Attachment IV);
- Receives an update on the Hayward Navigation Center; and
- Adopts a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to accept and appropriate an $83,000 donation from the Hayward Rotary Club (Attachment V). End

SUMMARY

The 2019 Point-in-Time Count (PIT Count) contains data that is an essential tool to understanding the scope, trends, and causes of homelessness in the Hayward community and throughout the region. The data is the result of a coordinated regional effort that includes every jurisdiction in Alameda County. This report summarizes the findings of the 2019 PIT Count of homeless persons in Alameda County and Hayward that was conducted and led by EveryOne Home in January 2019 (Attachment II).

EveryOne Home is the collective impact organization formed to address and end homelessness in Alameda County, uniting the efforts of city and county government partners, nonprofit service providers, individuals experiencing homelessness, and community members. In 2018, EveryOne Home undertook a Strategic Update to its Plan to End Homelessness ("Plan"), previously drafted in 2007. The Plan offers ambitious and coordinated strategies and actions to reduce the Alameda County nightl...

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