Greensboro, NC Doorway Project experiments with pallet shelters for temporary accommodations
Greensboro, NC Doorway Project Pallet Shelters Accommodation
Greensboro installed 30 temporary shelters for a four-month pilot at Pomona Park. The dual-occupancy units provided secure and warm accommodations for an average of 50 unhoused residents per night. Doorway Project participants received free buses for essential trips along with wraparound services from project partner Interactive Resource Center. The temporary structures will be dismantled for future deployment as emergency shelters and mobile homeless accommodations.
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Emergency shelter pilot project in Greensboro will start to be dismantled next week
With overnight temperatures in the Triad expected to remain near freezing this week, Greensboro’s Doorway Project — pallet homes for the city’s unsheltered population — will keep its doors open. The dismantling has been postponed until next week.
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