San Jose: San José to Receive 200 Small Homes from State
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California's cities and counties have committed to reducing homelessness by 15% statewide by 2025, which makes them eligible for $1 billion in funding. To assist in this effort, Governor Gavin Newsom has introduced a new statewide strategy to move people out of large homeless encampments in California cities. His office will deploy 1,200 "small homes" as temporary homeless housing throughout the state, including 200 for San José.

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With more than one million residents, San José comprises the 10th largest city in the United States, and one of its most diverse cities. San José's transformation into a global innovation center in the heart of Silicon Valley has resulted in the world's greatest concentration of technology talent and development.

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