Figure 24: The increase in demand for emergency shelter services peaked early in the fourth quarter of 2007 and continues to decline. Measure 33: There has been a steady increase in the shelter occupancy rate, especially in the use of the family emergency shelters and overflow sites. Web experience surveyWould you like to participate in a 2-3 minute web experience survey to help us improve our website?
If YES, a new window will open in the background so you canĀ come back to it when you are finished on the website. The Ottawa County EOC provides a single, recognizable focal point for emergency or disaster management.
During a disaster, the EOC would be activated and representatives from Emergency Management and othe rdisciplines involved such as fire services, hospitals and many others, assemble in the EOC. During this period, the total number of households on the list has remained close to 10,000.

ItĀ brings the work of young visual artists (Aged 12 to 19) to local art galleries across the city. The Q1 results show that on average, 147 beds per night were required in excess of the number of contracted beds.
Requests for assistance can be made to a single location where key officials can meet, assess the situation, make decisions, coordinate activities, set priorities and manage resources. Workstations and communications equipment would be available and continuous contact would be kept with those people responding to the scene of the disaster. In quarters where the occupancy rate exceeded 100%, the City made use of its overflow facilities to accommodate the demand. The actual number of households housed in Q1 was slightly lower than the Q4 twelve quarters average of 4.95%.
A substantial part of this excess use is due to an increase in the number of families requiring emergency shelter.

Since there has been no new Rent Geared to Income housing added to the stock, the number of households placed is dependent upon the number of households that vacate existing social housing units. Length of stay in the family shelter is also impacted by the size of the family, with larger families requiring more time to be housed. In addition, the number of households on the centralized wait list has been growing for the last two quarters, resulting in a lower housed average, even though the absolute number of households housed per quarter remains fairly constant.

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