Orange County is ready to clear out the Santa Ana riverbed homeless encampment. But where – and exactly when – will they go?

Posted signs at the Santa Ana River Trail warn that the end is imminent. Six shipping containers have been placed strategically, ready to store tons of personal belongings once the mass exodus begins.

And police and outreach workers have increased  their foot patrols in recent weeks, urging many of the nearly 500 inhabitants of Orange County’s largest homeless encampment that it’s time for them to leave.

All that’s left now is for county workers to begin the onerous process of clearing out the notorious, three-mile-long tent city.

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