Councilmember Nick Licata
Housing, Human Services, Health, and Culture Committee to tour “Nickelsville” homeless encampment
Tour will begin broad discussion on safe shelter options for Seattle’s homeless communities
Seattle – Join the Seattle City Council’s Housing, Human Services, Health, and Culture Committee on Thursday, July 7 for a walking tour of the “Nickelsville” homeless person’s encampment. This tour will continue the work surrounding Resolution 31292 and homeless individuals not currently served within the existing system of shelters.
This resolution creates a work plan and timeline for analyzing alternatives and actions to help meet the immediate survival and safety needs of individuals who do not have access to safe shelter. The City Council’s review of alternatives includes considering the possible siting of an encampment.
City Council Housing, Human Services, Health, and Culture Committee
Walking tour of the Nickelsville homeless encampment
Thursday, July 7, 2:30 p.m.
7116 W. Marginal Way SW (at 2nd Ave SW), Seattle 98106
This meeting will be recorded by the Seattle Channel and will be available for viewing at a later point in time. Due to connectivity issues, this walking tour cannot be broadcast or streamed live on the internet.