Project Home: Eviction Moratorium A Lifeline For Struggling Bay Area Renters But For Some It's Too LateTime is running out for the state legislature to extend California’s eviction moratorium. If lawmakers don’t pass a bill this week, one in five Californians could lose their housing.
BIPOC Trans Artists At Odds With Non-Profit Over Future Of SF's Red Victorian HotelArtists on Haight Street have found an unusual way to try to save their housing -- a weekly drag show. Large crowds are fanning out in front of The Red Victorian every Saturday night, but the real drama is what’s taking place off-stage.
San Franciscan Feeds Homeless While Fighting Eviction HerselfAs the pandemic rolls on, Andrea Carla Michaels is struggling to feed San Francisco homeless while battling to stay in an apartment where she's lived for the last 27 years.
San Mateo County Supervisors Approve Grant Program For Small LandlordsA program to assist small landlords financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic was approved Tuesday by San Mateo County supervisors.
Santa Clara Supervisors Approve Extension Of COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium Into FallThe Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved another eviction moratorium extension on Tuesday.
Family of Five Facing Eviction Despite Statewide Eviction MoratoriumDespite a statewide eviction moratorium, Jim Walker, his wife and their three children are at risk of losing their rent controlled home of 30 years. In May, they received a notice to vacate by August 20.
SF Judge Denies Property Owners’ Legal Challenge To Overturn Eviction BanA San Francisco judge on Monday denied a legal challenge brought on by property owners looking to block a new San Francisco law prohibiting landlords from evicting or imposing late fees on tenants who can't pay because of COVID-19.
Owner of Shuttered Mountain View Restaurant Sued by Landlord for Missed RentDespite a statewide moratorium on evictions, a restaurant owner on the Peninsula is being sued by his landlord for failing to pay rent even though the business has been closed since March.
San Francisco Weighs Permanent COVID-19 Eviction ProtectionsCity officials in San Francisco are considering extending eviction protections that were put in place during COVID-19 indefinitely.
Report: Corte Madera Mall Stores Threatened With Eviction For Unpaid Rent During COVID-19 PandemicStore owners at a mall in Corte Madera reportedly received letters threatening eviction for unpaid rent, despite local lawmakers' efforts to protect tenants who cannot pay because of the coronavirus pandemic, and prohibit landlords from harassing them.
Coronavirus Update: 2 San Jose City Leaders Push For COVID-19 Rent FreezeWhile Governor Gavin Newsom imposed a ban on evictions during the coronavirus pandemic so people wouldn’t get thrown out of their apartments, two San Jose City Council members are taking the next step, saying they shouldn’t have to pay anything.
'Starting To Get Terrifying': Anxiety Spikes As Rents Come Due For First Time Since Coronavirus Shelter-In-Place BeganOn this April 1, rents across the country, state and Bay Area are due while many are out of work and sheltering in place.
Housing Activists' Protest Disrupts Valentine Dining at SF TavernChanting “housing is a human right,” several dozen activists walked into a popular San Francisco restaurant on Friday evening, interrupting patrons' Valentine dinner to call out the establishment's landlord as a heartless mega-corporation determined to squeeze renters.
After Release On Bail, Moms 4 Housing Activists Return To Oakland HomeAfter their Tuesday afternoon release from jail, the two homeless mothers arrested during the early Tuesday morning eviction of the group Moms 4 Housing said they would return to the West Oakland home for what they called a "celebration."
Deputies Evict Homeless Moms From Occupied Oakland Home; Four ArrestedArmed with a court order, Alameda County Sheriff's deputies forcibly evicted a group of homeless Oakland mothers from a vacant home early Tuesday that they had been illegally occupying.