Walnut Creek police have been telling the city's homeless population for weeks now.
They are going to have to pack up their stuff soon and go somewhere else.
The Contra Costa Times reports that within weeks Walnut Creek officers will begin to go from encampment to encampment and clear them out.
The homeless will be given 72 hours notice to leave. They've also been getting information from officers about shelters and other programs they can use, according to the Times.
Community program leaders told the Times they are worried about where the homeless will go once they're kicked out of their encampments. However, they admit allowing the homeless to camp out under freeway overpasses and other places discourages them from trying to find legitimate housing.