Should Anaheim keep belongings storage facility for homeless near La Palma Park? – Orange County Register

After four years of offering homeless people storage space for their belongings next to La Palma Park, Anaheim officials say they may reduce the service because use of it has declined.

In addition to two cargo containers in a fenced-in area, the La Palma Check-in Center has offered outreach services such as housing assistance, restrooms, a place to charge cellphones and space for church groups and others to provide meals.

The center is open daily for two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening. Officials may end regular service at the center, but could ask users to make appointments to store or retrieve belongings.

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