East Portlanders are questioning whether the distribution of proposed Safe Rest Village sites that the city released is equitable. Some have noted there are several examples of higher-income neighborhoods with zero proposed sites, while lower-income neighborhoods have multiple in comparison, among other issues.

The city released a list of 68 proposed village sites to temporarily house people experiencing homelessness last month, but only six from that list ultimately will be selected for development. Officials have said they will be outdoor shelters — not tents — and all six will be constructed before the end of the year. It's unclear when the six finalized sites will be announced by the city.