High Number of Emergency Calls at Tiny Home Villages

Los Angeles’ tiny home villages, designed to give homeless people a temporary place to stay, are seeing a high number of 911 calls. Public records show a tiny home village in North Hollywood, which houses about 150 people, had more than 170 calls for police, fire, or paramedics between January and August. Another tiny home village in the San Fernando Valley had more than 160 emergency calls in that same period. The calls have been for suspected assaults, threats, weapons, suicides, overdoses, and more.