Valley Restart to hold grand opening of its new VRS Pallet Village

Each pallet structure at Valley Restart Shelter’s Pallet Village is 64 square feet, designed for double occupancy and is Americans with Disabilities Act compliant. Valley News/Courtesy photo
HEMET – Valley Restart Shelter announced it will hold a grand opening for its new VRS Pallet Village, which is now serving homeless older adults. These six new units will add to their current shelter space and provide temporary housing of 30-90 days to homeless older adults with priority, individuals and veterans currently looking for long-term housing opportunities. Each pallet structure is 64 square feet and designed for double occupancy. All include shelves, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, fire extinguishers, emergency egress opening and storage space. They are earthquake resistant and can withstand winds of up to 110 mph. Also included is a separate structure housing two fully functional community bathrooms with two toilets, one shower, wash stations and complete privacy.
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