Please join Plum Street Village staff, Olympia city officials, and your fellow neighbors on Thursday, Jan. 31, for a neighborhood open house of Plum Street Village, a tiny house village for people experiencing homelessness.
The Open House will be a chance to meet the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) staff who will be managing the site, to learn more about the village, and to take a tour. A brief speaking program will begin at 4:30 pm.
About the Village:
Plum Street Village will provide shelter, community, and safety for 40 people currently experiencing homelessness, including couples, single individuals, and people with pets. It will include 29 tiny houses with electricity, heat, insulation, windows and a lockable door, a security office, communal kitchen, bathrooms, showers, laundry, resource space, and a case management office. Low Income Housing Institute Case Managers will work with residents to help them obtain permanent housing, employment, health care, treatment, education, and other services. LIHI is partnering with SideWalk to obtain referrals. The City of Olympia is supporting village operations and case management.
Date: Thursday, January 31
Time: 3:00pm – 6:00pm
Address: 830 Union Ave SE,
Olympia, WA 98501
Parking is limited. Please avoid parking in the alleyway, Justice Center lot, or Olympia Veterinary Specialists lot.