On August 25, 2020, San Francisco Mayor London Breed issued an Executive Order extending the residential eviction moratorium through November 30, 2020. This is the third extension. A more complete description of the San Francisco eviction moratorium can be viewed on our site here.
On August 25, 2020, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to extend the moratorium on rent increases to October 21, 2020. The rent increase moratorium is explained in more detail here.
[This post has been updated to reflect the Mayor’s August 25, 2020 extension of the eviction moratorium and the Board’s legislation permanently banning evictions for non-payment.] San Francisco Tenant Protections During the Covid-19 CrisisTemporary Eviction Moratorium San Francisco has banned all evictions until at least November 30, 2020. The eviction ban does not apply if […]
On April 30, San Francisco Mayor London Breed issued a new Order amending San Francisco’s Covid-19 eviction protections. The new Order simplifies and strengthens the protections relating to a tenant’s inability to pay rent due to Covid-19-related financial reasons by eliminating the requirement that the tenant notify the landlord within 30 days of when rent […]
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has extended the residential eviction moratorium through May 22, 2020. The moratorium can be further extended if the Mayor finds that the emergency conditions still exist. The eviction moratorium states: (1) It is necessary to amend the temporary moratorium on eviction for non-payment of rent by residential tenants directly impacted […]