By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday approved a plan to build a tiny home village for the homeless in south Sacramento.

The site, which is now a vacant lot at the corner of Florin and Power Inn roads, will be able to house up to 125 people at a time.

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Plans call for 100 tiny, single or double occupancy cabins with each of them having bathrooms and communal gathering spaces. There will also be 24/7 security.

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The county says the site will cost about $7.7 million to build and maintain for two years.

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“This is an important first step in implementing Safe Stay Communities throughout the County,” said Patrick Kennedy, Sacramento County District 2 supervisor. “This project will ensure people experiencing homelessness in the area will be put in a stable environment and are connected to services to help get their lives in order. We are fully committed to making this and other Safe Stay Communities a success for our neighborhoods, business districts and our homeless neighbors.”