For decades, Chinatown International District has felt shut out of big decisions about the future of its neighborhood. An expanded homeless shelter adds another layer.
About Project Homeless
Project Homeless is a Seattle Times initiative that explores and explains the region’s complex, troubling problem of homelessness. Project Homeless seeks to spotlight what is working, and what is not working, in responding to homelessness.
Mayor Eric Adams is seriously considering housing migrants on cruise ships — a proposal that homeless advocates have called insulting and alienating.
With Bellevue leaders considering strategies to boost affordable housing, advocacy groups have polled residents of the Eastside city about the crisis.
The class-action lawsuit accuses the city of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by allowing people to camp on city sidewalks.
Social worker Erin Von Fempe is an employee of the Mount Vernon Police Department, but carries no gun or police department trappings aside from a...
When the King County Regional Homelessness Authority was created, officials said it was supposed to take the politics out of homelessness strategy. Three years later,...
Seattle Conservation Corps, a program that helps people escape homelessness while maintaining neighborhood parks and infrastructure, has roughly had the same budget since 2015. Could...
The ballot initiative would create a public developer with a mission to build and acquire permanently affordable housing.
In Toronto's red-hot housing market, college and university students are finding themselves priced out of a place to live and winding up in shelters.