The City of Gold Beach hosted a workshop on Friday, July 15th. The purpose of the workshop was to discuss Time, Place & Manner, which is a result of recently passed HB 3115. HB 3115 says (in a nutshell), that a municipality of jurisdiction must find a place where unsheltered households can legally be, or allow camping on publicly owned property.
We do not want to see tents in Buffington Park, or on any other publicly owned property that is not designed to support people experiencing housing insecurity.
Gold Beach leasdership for taking the lead with difficult conversations which will help us, as a community, to come to an agreement on how best to move forward with a plan to address a very complex social issue.
Our organization, as always, will work toward the development of viable, sustainable solutions to unsheltered households in Gold Beach.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
We are proud to announce the soft opening of the Curry County Housing Navigation Center, located at 29795 Ellensburg Ave, Suite 201.
We are open by appointment only.
Appointments can be made through this website, or by calling 541-425-0426.
Hours or Operations:
Services include but are not limited to the following:
Client-centered planning subsidized housing application assistance, resource navigation for people experiencing housing, food and utility insecurity.