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  • No leasing information is available at this time.
  • Slated to be completed in fall of 2024. 
  • Individuals must qualify for this specific housing and will be referred to the property from the Orange County Health Care Agency and/or the Department of Veterans Affairs. 

Paseo Adelanto and the City of San Juan Capistrano City Hall

Paseo Adelanto is a groundbreaking new construction development that seamlessly unites 49 new units of services-enriched housing with the new City Hall for the City of San Juan Capistrano. This innovative model of a public-private partnership between Jamboree and the City of San Juan Capistrano not only addresses local housing issues, but also serves as an example in the fight to end homelessness in Orange County.

The development consists of a three-story, 45,598 square foot elevatored building offering 40 supportive housing units to formerly homeless individuals and veterans earning up to 30% Area Median Income (AMI), as well as nine units for households earning up to 50% AMI. Paseo Adelanto will create a sense of home for residents with first-floor amenities that include a community room and kitchen, resident lounge, computer lab, conference and counseling rooms, and offices for onsite services and property management staff. Outdoor amenities in the courtyard behind city hall will include BBQ areas, outdoor seating, and community garden. A meandering walkway along the north perimeter of the property will be complemented with outdoor fitness equipment, bike racks, and landscaping.  

Additionally, a 16,021 square foot new City Hall is proposed to replace the existing 50-year-old temporary structure, and provide more space for staff and visitors. This includes 60 parking spaces for visitors during business hours, along with 32 onsite parking spaces for residents (4 to be shared with City Hall).


In Jamboree’s ongoing commitment to sustainability, Paseo Adelanto and the new city hall will be designed to be a state-of-the-art complex that combines cutting-edge renewable energy technologies such as solar panels, smart inverters, and energy storage so that it is highly resilient to climate changes and grid outages. These buildings will be zero-emission with no onsite greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. These cutting-edge designs were possible thanks to a $1 million EPIC grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) and will only be built if full funding is awarded for the building phase.

Wrap-Around Services

Jamboree is committed to creating strong, healthy communities that provide opportunities and resources for residents. Integral to the success of Paseo Adelanto will be the inclusion of fully-funded, ongoing supportive services that enable formerly homeless residents to live in Permanent Supportive Housing with a stable environment – delivered with a “whatever it takes” approach with complete wrap-around supportive services in a trauma-informed, harm reduction environment that are tailored to the unique needs of each resident.

With the goal to obtain and maintain personal stability, residents will have onsite access to trained professional who can provide service and support – including medication-management assistance, mental health counseling, life skills education, and opportunities for social connections and meaningful activities – that will keep them active, stable, and thriving in their local neighborhood. An onsite program coordinator will assist residents in accessing local community services.

Jamboree will coordinate onsite services provided by Home First FSP, the Orange County Health Care Agency’s (OCHCA) Full-Service Partnership (FSP) program and – for the 10 units set aside for veterans – Orange County’s Veterans Administration Housing and Urban Development Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (OC VA HUD-VASH) team.

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