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Oakland and other Bay Area Cities Implement Moratoriums on Evictions

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April 6, 2020

By: Charles A. Alfonzo and Dean Pollack

On March 16, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an Executive Order in response to the Covid-19 pandemic that permitted local governments to pass ordinances which imposed substantive limitations on residential and commercial evictions of tenants affected by the pandemic. A number of cities, in short order, passed such ordinances. Oakland’s ordinance is summarized below.  Similar ordinances implemented by a number of Bay Area cities follow the summary, with links to the ordinances themselves.  Read more

Similar Ordinances Enacted by other Bay Area Cities - See Links Below.

Alameda
Benicia
Berkeley
Concord
Contra Costa County
El Cerrito
Emeryville
Hayward
Napa (Shelter in Place Only)
Oakland
Richmond
San Francisco
San Leandro
San Mateo
Sonoma County
Union CIty

 


Charles A. Alfonzo
Lynn Rivera
Dean Pollack

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April 6, 2020

By: Charles A. Alfonzo and Dean Pollack

On March 16, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an Executive Order in response to the Covid-19 pandemic that permitted local governments to pass ordinances which imposed substantive limitations on residential and commercial evictions of tenants affected by the pandemic. A number of cities, in short order, passed such ordinances. Oakland’s ordinance is summarized below.  Similar ordinances implemented by a number of Bay Area cities follow the summary, with links to the ordinances themselves.  Read more

Similar Ordinances Enacted by other Bay Area Cities - See Links Below.

Alameda
Benicia
Berkeley
Concord
Contra Costa County
El Cerrito
Emeryville
Hayward
Napa (Shelter in Place Only)
Oakland
Richmond
San Francisco
San Leandro
San Mateo
Sonoma County
Union CIty

 


Charles A. Alfonzo
Lynn Rivera
Dean Pollack

PDF FileRead Alert PDF