Council President Bruce Harrell announced the creation of a new council committee on homelessness and housing affordability Wednesday.
Vianna Davila is a Metro reporter covering homelessness. Prior to joining the Seattle Times in October 2017, she was senior enterprise reporter at the San Antonio Express-News. In her 13 years at the Express-News, Davila covered growth, gentrification, transportation and criminal justice.
Diversion programs connect clients to one-time financial help, instead of a prolonged subsidy, to secure housing. It is low-cost, and advocates believe it can reduce...
The team will grow from 22 members to approximately 30, with the help of $500,000 from King County and the state.
Seattle is pushing forward with plans to expand the city’s supply of tiny house villages. But for residents at one of those villages, the much-needed...
A stalled King County committee on homelessness looks to a post head-tax world.
With Seattle’s head tax apparently dead, businesses that opposed it signaled a desire to re-engage in search of solutions to the worsening homelessness crisis. Advocates...
42,000 pounds of garbage: Seattle quietly cleaning up, clearing out hot spots for people living in vehicles VIEW
Seattle is cleaning up trash around clusters of homeless vehicle campers — and sometimes towing them.
The number of Native Americans experiencing homelessness fell by half in this year’s point-in-time count. Several Native-led groups believe that is an undercount.