Seattle Human Services announced last week that Fauntleroy Church has offered to sponsor the tiny house village at Camp Second Chance on Myers Way in White Center, allowing it to stay in place thru 2020.
“The agreement between the City and Fauntleroy Church will be for one year and prohibits religious services, activities, and symbols on site,” Seattle Human Services said. “It requires Fauntleroy Church to contribute to the well-being and support of the clients, with LIHI remaining in place as the manager and operator of village.”
The City of Settle will continue monitoring performance and contract compliance on-site, ensuring religious activities or symbolism are not present on the property. LIHI’s City contract for operating the village will remain in place. The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) will continue to meet monthly to review village operations and identify opportunities for neighbors, faith communities, and businesses to support the people in the program.
A second agreement will be executed between LIHI and the Fauntleroy Church to further define roles, responsibilities and partnership expectations. Fauntleroy Church will also be required to file a site plan with the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI) establishing its presence on the property. This is for informational purposes and is not subject to City review or permitting requirements.
More info at https://campsecondchance.rumblecrash.com/who-we-are.
Camp Second Chance is located at 9701 Myers Way South (map below).
SeattleHSD announced last week that Fauntleroy Church notified the City and Camp Second Chance/Myers Way that they would like to sponsor the tiny house village. allowing it to stay in place thru 2020 and providing critical 24/7 shelter in West Seattle: https://t.co/LRCcsliXBQ pic.twitter.com/qEEuITtzx5
— Seattle Human Services (@SeattleHSD) November 25, 2019