State Law: Requires 72-hour notice before a campsite/vehicle utilized for resting can be removed.
House Bill 3115: Any city or county law that regulates the acts of sitting, lying, sleeping or keeping warm and dry outside on public property must be “objectively reasonable” based on the totality of the circumstances as applied to all stakeholders, including persons experiencing homelessness.
House Bill 3124:
- It requires a city to provide notice for campsite removal in public spaces.
- Requires 72-hour notice.
- It provides regulations for how a city oversees and manages the personal property it removes from an established campsite.
- If the item has value or utility, it must be stored by the city for at least 30 days so that the owner can try and reclaim the items.