Portland releases 70 potential Safe Rest Village locations

Two managed homeless camps establsihed by Multnomah County in inner Southeast Portland.

Portland City Commissioner Dan Ryan's office has released a list of 70 city-owned potential locations for Safe Rest Villages for the homeless in all parts of Portland.

Although the sites are in all parts of Portland, most are located in downtown and east parts of the city. Among the potential sites are two blocks on in Old Town/Chinatown, the Kenton Community Garden, the St. Johns Community Garden, two grassy areas next to the Moda Center, a site directly to the east of Kelly Butte Natural Area, abandoned water tanks in residential neighborhoods, and the Old Firehouse Theatre in the Goose Hollow Neighborhood.