It's moving day Saturday for hundreds of people living in tents and other structures on the streets in Stockton. The city gave notice earlier this week that those people were trespassing, and need to move on.
"The city wants to run these people, but where are they going to go?" Juanita, a woman who lives in her car near the homeless service agencies that offer food, clothing and medical care told ABC10.
City of Stockton spokesperson Connie Cochran couldn't address where homeless people would go, only that it was necessary for health and safety reasons to clean the streets, and the private property where camps have been built. She said help is available through other agencies.
"The services they need to address their circumstances and recover are administered by the state and delivered by the county. Cash, food, shelter and services for mental health are addressed by the county," Cochran said.