Get information about the current status and read updates related to the impact of the coronavirus & real estate law in Hayward, California and Alameda County

Population: 144186

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Alameda County

The city of Hayward is located in Alameda County. As all levels of government attempt to combat the spread of the coronavirus, it is likely that there are restrictions or ordinances at both the city and county level, along with rules passed at the state level. You can access that information by clicking the links below:
city-specific eviction ordinance?
in effect until
July 7, 2020
last update
April 9, 2020
landlord & tenant update

Hayward has passed tenant protections for both residential and commercial properties.

Commercial and Residential tenants experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19 should inform their landlords in writing of their struggles to prevent an eviction. Tenants shall provide documents of financial hardship to their landlord. Tenants are liable to pay back rent within 90 day after the expiration of the emergency ordinance. If tenants do not pay back rent within the specified time frame, then landlords are permitted to charge late fees or other fees associated with nonpayment of rent. Landlords are not permitted to evict affected tenants. Evictions of affected tenants and no-fault evictions are not permitted.

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Read the Latest Statewide Ordinance


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