Sonoma County to spend $75,000 to study proposed tiny homes for homeless

Sonoma County could join the ranks of local governments across the country turning to tiny houses as a low-cost way to provide shelter for homeless people.

The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday advanced the concept, authorizing $75,000 for county staff to analyze six sites in Santa Rosa that could host a village — eight to 12 structures, including possibly mobile trailers, small cabins or shipping containers.

Supervisors said the idea is to choose one site in December, then enlist private or nonprofit developers to submit their own concept for the village. If successful, the model could be replicated across the county.

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