Homeless Five-Year Plan and Strategy
A Five-Year Plan has been developed to address the issues of homelessness in the City of Oxnard and give direction to better serve the unsheltered homeless population. The plan is designed to include strategies that will address chronic vagrancy and the impacts of negative transient behavior, including unlawful encampments and misuse of City parks and public facilities. The plan is also intended to reduce homeless issues in downtown Oxnard, in support of revitalization efforts, and to address homeless issues in other business sectors throughout the City.
City of Oxnard Five- Year Homeless Plan
United to End Homelessness Ventura County (Youtube Video)
Please note that while the City of Oxnard does not provide any direct homeless services or emergency housing, the City does provide funding to several agencies and non-profits that do provide such services. Below is a list of service agencies and places to get help:
Oxnard Navigation Center
Click here to learn more about the proposed Navigation Center.
If you are facing homelessness or are already homeless and need emergency housing: