The approved extension would end either by Nov. 30 or when the state’s moratorium expires, whichever is earlier.
Supporters squeezed onto the sidewalk in front of the 15th Street home of five tenants who filed a lawsuit against their landlord.
During a rally Tuesday afternoon outside of City Hall, supporters of the Our City, Our Home measure turned in 28,000 signatures to The City.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved compromise legislation seeking to curb fraudulent owner move-in evictions.
A tenant protections ordinance narrowly passed by San Jose City Council last month will go into effect immediately, the council decided on Tuesday night. The …
Two pieces of legislation were introduced to the Board of Supervisors aiming to make it harder for landlords to fraudulently evict tenants by falsely claiming they plan to live in the property.
A 100-year-old woman evicted from her apartment in San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood last month after a lengthy legal battle has died.
Well-known punk house Burnt Ramen in Richmond has been red-tagged for numerous safety violations.
An urgency ordinance passed Tuesday by the Mountain View City Council will require landlords to have just cause to evict their tenants and is expected to cushion renters until a new law is expected to take effect.
Mission artist and muralist Josué Rojas exudes an eclectic mix of old-school cool and contemporary creativity.
Tenants in five San Francisco buildings faced with Ellis Act evictions celebrated a victory after their homes were purchased by local nonprofits.
A federal judge struck down a San Francisco ordinance that steeply increased payments landlords were required to pay evicted tenants.
Senior and disability advocates blocked tech buses in the Mission District to protest rising eviction rates of vulnerable San Francisco residents.
CITY HALL — San Franciscans evicted under the Ellis Act could be getting some relief.
The Board acted to curb tenant harassment from landlords, and urged changes in the Ellis Act.
The San Francisco Rent Board counted 1,757 eviction notices in the last year — the highest number in more than a decade.