Where are people homeless in King County?

The Jan. 26, 2018, Point in Time count of homelessness in King County found 12,112 people, up 4 percent from the year before. But the count found much larger increases in some areas.

To discover stories about the homelessness crisis in neighborhoods across the county, tap on census tracts outlined in black.

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* All Home does not provide an exact number for census tracts where 25 or fewer homeless people were counted. To calculate the most conservative estimates of change, a count of 25 people was used for these tracts. No data was available for the 2018 counts of census tracts 276 and 295.02.

Tap below to read related stories or see them on the map.

Sources: All Home, King County, Washington Office of Financial Management Alec Glassford / The Seattle Times