HOMELESS SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Homeless Services Advisory Committee
The City of Long Beach established the Homeless Services Advisory Committee (HSAC) in 1988. The HSAC serves at the discretion of the City Council and Mayor to make recommendations on policies, programs and activities related to homeless assistance resources. The HSAC is governed and meets according to the articles set forth in the regulations the City of Long Beach has established via Ordinance, Resolution C-24600. The HSAC also makes recommendations to the Long Beach City Council. The HSAC is comprised of eleven (11) Long Beach residents, nine (9) appointed from each of the City Council Members and two selected at-large by the Mayor’s Office
The HSAC consider recommendations from the Long Beach CoC Board and General Membership on matters related to homeless services-related policy, programs, and funding. The HSAC develop recommendations on matters related to homeless services-related policy, programs, and funding. The HSAC receive public comment at its regular monthly meeting on matters related to homelessness within the City of Long Beach. The HSAC submit an annual report to the City Council, containing a summary of highlights and recommendations for the next year.
Homeless Services Advisory Committee Meetings
Held: First Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted)
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: Via teleconference until further notice
Pursuant to the State of California's Executive Order N-29-20 and the City of Long Beach's Safer at Home Order, Homeless Services Advisory Committee meetings will be held via teleconference until further notice.
Please review the HSAC meeting agendas and minutes for more details.
To participate in these meetings, please use the following options:
Access the web conference:
- Phone Number: +1-213-338-8477
- Meeting number: 953 2598 6318 #