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Sacramento’s $5 Million City-Operated Homeless Shelter Closes; Will Open 4 Replacement Low Barrier Shelters

News | July 8, 2019

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On April 25, 2019, the Sacramento, California, the City Council announced it will open four low barrier shelters; as a result of these projects, the city will close Railroad Drive shelter, its 200-bed city-run homeless shelter. The Railroad Drive shelter cost $5 million in city and private funds to operate from its opening in December…

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