Housing Stability Update: December 31, 2020

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Housing Stability Update

Thank you for subscribing to this e-newsletter for updates on Ramsey County’s efforts to address housing stability to support those experiencing homelessness. We will regularly share timely updates on our website (ramseycounty.us/HousingStability) and through this e-newsletter.

Zoning Committee public hearing on family shelter delayed

The City of Saint Paul Zoning Committee public hearing on the conditional use permit for the proposed Project Home family shelter at the Provincial House has been delayed. Comments that have already been received will be held for the yet-to-be rescheduled public hearing. A public hearing notice will be sent when a new date is set.  If you would still like to share your input on the proposed family shelter, you can email comments to PED-ZoningCommitteeSecretary@ci.stpaul.mn.us

Join us Jan. 5 for a second virtual town hall about the Provincial House

Project Home at the Provincial House

Ramsey County, Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet are hosting a second virtual town hall on Tuesday, Jan. 5, from 5-6:30 p.m., to discuss a potential shelter for families with children experiencing homelessness.

The proposed family shelter would be located in the Sisters of St. Joseph’s Provincial House at 1880 Randolph Avenue. Interfaith Action would operate the Provincial House as part of its Project Home program, with financial support from Ramsey County. The shelter would serve approximately 20 families.

The second town hall in its series, these virtual engagements are a first step in the community process to evaluate this potential shelter location. You can join the conversation via Zoom or phone here.

Virtual Town Hall
Tuesday, Jan. 5
5-6:30 p.m.
Join via Zoom or phone.

Ramsey County and its partners have leveraged CARES funding to provide emergency shelter, temporary housing in hotels and respite care facilities for those experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more here.