Data Report: How the City responded to homelessness (Oct. 16-20)

The City’s new Incident Management Team responding to homelessness provided its weekly report regarding outreach, compliance and cleanup for Oct. 16-20.

During that time, the City of Sacramento received 831 calls to 311 customer service that were related to homelessness.

Through the work of the IMT, 512 calls were closed, meaning that either the issue was remedied, compliance was achieved, or the issue no longer existed when City staff inspected the site.

Overall, the City currently has 2,978 calls related to homelessness pending.

In terms of outreach, staff from the City’s Department of Community Response enrolled 102 people into shared local databases that match them with shelters and other resources.

In addition, 13 people were placed into the Miller Park Safe Ground or the Outreach and Engagement Center.

Regarding waste removal, the City cleaned up 161,888 pounds of refuse along with 639 needles.

Members of the IMT, including the Sacramento Police Department’s IMPACT team, achieved compliance 192 times for calls involving sidewalk obstruction, critical infrastructure ordinance violations, violations of the school buffer zone and other issues.

Here is the complete weekly report:

Click here to learn more about the City’s comprehensive response to the homelessness crisis.

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