Five residents of an Oakland tiny home community were displaced by a fire Monday morning that one City Council member later called “unacceptable.”

Shortly after 10 a.m., fire dispatchers received word of a fire at Second Avenue and East 12th Street where the Union Point on the Rise community merged with the tiny home community of Lakeview Village.

When firefighters arrived, three Union Point tiny homes were engulfed in flames, fire spokesman Michael Hunt said. A fourth was damaged but not destroyed, Hunt said.

In 25 minutes, firefighters were able to bring the fire under control. No one was injured, Hunt said.

Council President Nikki Fortunato Bas said she was saddened that five people were displaced by the fire and that the blaze should not have happened.

Charred debris is scattered at the site of a fire in Oakland’s Union Point on the Rise tiny house community Monday. (Photo courtesy of Oakland Fire Department/Twitter)

“It is unacceptable that this fire took place,” Bas said. “The site must be a safe and high quality living space for clients, staff, and nearby community members, including students and staff next door at Dewey Academy.”

Dewey Academy is a high school for 16- to 18-year-old students who need an alternative way to reach their goals.

“I am frustrated by the City Administration’s lack of follow-through and action to ensure that the merging of our program with the neighboring UPOR community is safe and successful, despite my office raising serious concerns and providing specific recommendations repeatedly over the course of several months,” Bas added.

“This fire is a clear demonstration of the need for greater accountability and for our concerns to be addressed immediately,” Bas said.

Hunt said the cause of the fire was undetermined but presumed to be accidental based on surveillance footage of the area.

Bas also said she is grateful no one was injured and for the firefighters’ immediate response and coordination with her office.