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Construction going on in your neighborhood? Huntington Beach City Code allows for construction with an open building permit Monday-Saturday, 7AM-8PM. Work not requiring a permit may be completed Monday-Saturday, 8AM-8PM, and Sunday, 9AM-6PM.

Homelessness

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HB PD Liaison Officers:
Officer J. Warden
Officer C. Smith
Officer R. Jamison
Officer M. Carsten

Report any non-emergency complaints related to homelessness.

Homeless Solutions for Huntington Beach

The City is committed to addressing the issue of homelessness to assist citizens in need while minimizing the impact on the community by ensuring that businesses can thrive and residents' quality of life is protected.

Beginning in 2015, the City assigned a full-time officer dedicated to homeless issues, and has continued to allocate additional resources over the past few years. The City's efforts have grown to include a Homeless Task Force (with four full-time officers, and up to 4 case managers/social workers) and a Navigation Center providing shelter for eligible homeless individuals with ties to Huntington Beach. This multi-pronged approach is accomplished in a variety of ways, such as weekly outreach to engage homeless individuals and determine their needs, reuniting individuals with family members, working within the County's Coordinated Entry System to match individuals and families with housing opportunities, assisting in eviction prevention, maintaining walk-in office hours at the Main Police Station, as well as working cooperatively with local schools to assist children who are homeless or housing insecure. 

Homeless Solutions for Huntington Beach

Homelessness

Submit Question

The City is committed to addressing the issue of homelessness to assist citizens in need while minimizing the impact on the community by ensuring that businesses can thrive and residents' quality of life is protected.

Beginning in 2015, the City assigned a full-time officer dedicated to homeless issues, and has continued to allocate additional resources over the past few years. The City's efforts have grown to include a Homeless Task Force (with four full-time officers, and up to 4 case managers/social workers) and a Navigation Center providing shelter for eligible homeless individuals with ties to Huntington Beach. This multi-pronged approach is accomplished in a variety of ways, such as weekly outreach to engage homeless individuals and determine their needs, reuniting individuals with family members, working within the County's Coordinated Entry System to match individuals and families with housing opportunities, assisting in eviction prevention, maintaining walk-in office hours at the Main Police Station, as well as working cooperatively with local schools to assist children who are homeless or housing insecure. 







Did you know?


The city has over 1,000 parking spaces near the beach!  You can purchase the Annual Beach Parking pass that allows discounted parking prices near the City beach.  Learn more about this beach parking pass.

Homelessness

Submit Question
HB PD Liaison Officers:
Officer J. Warden
Officer C. Smith
Officer R. Jamison
Officer M. Carsten

Report any non-emergency complaints related to homelessness.
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