1000 N. Kraemer Place in Anaheim

Project Information

On June 2, 2015 the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a purchase and sale agreement for the property. The action began a due diligence process, including environmental site assessment, and structural and physical inspections. The California Environmental Quality Act review process was also initiated.

Any future change in use of the Kraemer site would require approval of the Orange County Board of Supervisors at a publically noticed meeting open to the public. This vote will occur after the conclusion of the County’s due diligence process.

Public Meetings

Community Forums are open to the public and will be structured to give residents, businesses and other interested stakeholders the opportunity to interact with representatives.


UPDATE

Request for Proposals for FY 2016-17 Year Round Emergency Shelter/Multi-Service Center Operator and Armory Emergency Shelter Program

The County of Orange has released the 2016 Request for Proposals (RFP) for FY2016-17 Year Round Emergency Shelter/Multi-Service Center Operator and Armory Emergency Shelter Program on May 11, 2016.  For those interested in applying, the RFP is available through BIDSYNC at www.bidsync.com, Bid Number #012-162220.
 
This RFP is intended to select one or more Operator(s) to operate and participate in the development of the Year Round Emergency Shelter and Multi-Service Center Facility (located at 1000 N. Kraemer Place, Anaheim) and/or operate the temporary seasonal Armory Emergency Shelter Program.


Special Board of Supervisors Meeting - November 17, 2015 
Civic Center Parking Map

CEQA Information

Community Forum Documents

Orange County Year Round Emergency Shelter Management and Operations Plan Presentation 

Year-Round Emergency Shelter Management and Operations Plan Frequestly Asked Questions (FAQs)          

Community Forum Meeting Announced – September 30, 2015
  (En Español)
The County of Orange will conduct a Community Forum on September 30, 2015. The Kraemer Community Forum will be held at Eastside Christian Church located at 3330 East Miraloma Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92806 beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Community Forum is open to the public and will be structured to give residents, businesses and other interested stakeholders the opportunity to receive additional details on the County’s best practice shelter plan which includes operational and management guidelines as well as public safety and security strategies.  After a panel presentation, the public will be invited to submit comments and ask questions.

On June 2, 2015, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a purchase and sale agreement for 1000 N. Kraemer Place, Anaheim.  The action began a due-diligence process, including environmental site assessments, and structural and physical inspections.  The California Environmental Quality Act review process was also initiated. Community Forums are also a component of the due diligence process.

This is the second Community Forum regarding this project.  A panel will present an Operations Plan and Public Safety Plan in consultation with Anaheim Police Department, Orange Police Department, Fullerton Police Department and Placentia Police Department that identifies best practices in the operation of a homeless service center and shelter. The Operations and Public Safety Plan are scheduled to be presented by representatives from the Commission to End Homelessness and the Anaheim Police Department, respectively.

 

Kraemer Community Forum         
September 30, 2015 @ 5:30 pm      
Eastside Christian Church
3330 East Miraloma Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92806

No vote(s) or formal action will be taken at this meeting.  Any future change in use of the Kraemer site would require approval of the Orange County Board of Supervisors at a publically noticed meeting open to the public.  This vote would occur after the conclusion of the County’s due diligence process, which at this point is anticipated to occur in November 2015.

To sign up to be included on the project interest list or submit written comments, please email 1000NKraemer@occr.ocgov.com or call (714) 480-2998.

Public Comment

Questions and comments from the public can be directed to: 1000NKraemer@occr.ocgov.com or (714) 480-2998.

Frequently Asked Questions