HAYWARD (KRON) – Today dozens of people in the East Bay will no longer be homeless.
That’s because they will be moving into tiny homes in Hayward.
At least 6 people will be getting the keys to their tiny homes.
They were screened by many agencies, including the First Presbyterian Church of Hayward.
The homes are a little bigger than a room, but smaller than an apartment.
However, they are furnished and come with a little kitchen area complete with a cooktop as well as a bathroom with shower.
The tiny homes were put together by volunteers with donated materials.
These tiny homes aren’t free – they will cost their renters $200 a month, with a maximum stay length of 18 months.
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