April 14, 2020

Alameda residential and business tenants protected from eviction until one month after emergency declaration lifted

Source: East Bay Times


The Alameda City Council passed Urgency Ordinance No. 3268 on March 17. The City Council on April 7 extended further protections for commercial tenants, preventing them also from being evicted for not paying rent if the reason is a substantial loss of income (e.g. a reduction in business operations in compliance with a governmental order to close). The eviction protection offered under the expanded ordinance will last until 30 days after the Alameda City Council declares the city is no longer in a state of local emergency.

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