Chandler approves hotel rooms for homeless

(Photo via City of Chandler Facebook.)

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Chandler City Council has approved a new $79,580 expenditure to book hotel rooms for homeless and at-risk families and individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The effort is being done in conjunction with Maricopa County.

The latest expenditure would bring Chandler’s total spending for the program to $238,740 which started last year in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The pandemic housing program also includes on-site, 24/7 security at the hotels in the effort.

The $79,580 books 10 hotel rooms for homeless individuals and families through March 31.

The council approved the measure at its Feb. 25 meeting.

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