San Jose city leaders, Tuesday afternoon, debated a plan to remove unhoused residents living in an encampment near Mineta-San Jose International Airport.
The league did not specify which players would be covered by the new policy.
A fire at a San Lorenzo assisted living facility displaced eight people early Sunday morning, fire officials said.
San Mateo has reached a settlement with a Bay Area housing advocacy group and has agreed to pay $450,000 over a proposed housing project, city officials announced Thursday.
State law says it's within the owner's right to live in their property but housing advocates hope to save a San Francisco family from eviction.
San Francisco's Mayor London Breed pitched a new plan Tuesday to help create more homes in the city. The idea is to turn old gas stations and unused parking lots into multi-unit housing.
Two members of the Antioch City Council are urging Mayor Lamar Thorpe to include a proposed tenant anti-harassment ordinance and an ordinance requiring just cause for evictions into the next city council agenda.
Public housing tenants cannot be evicted for nonpayment without 30 days' notice and information about federal emergency rental assistance under a new HUD rule.
Renters and landlords in Oakland have a new resource for financial assistance for past due rent.
Tenants with unpaid rent can still stay in their homes and avoid eviction, but only if they have applied for emergency rental assistance.
UC Berkeley is expected to approve $300 million for a student housing development in People's Park that critics say would destroy an important piece of history.
Renters marched through the streets of San Francisco at the eleventh hour in an attempt to stop pandemic evictions.
The California COVID-19 Rent Relief Program has paid out $650 million to 55,000 households, according to the state. Tenants in need of help paying rent are encouraged to apply sooner, rather than later.
The first round of federal funding for emergency rental relief during the coronavirus pandemic must be obligated by the end of September or else California may be forced to forfeit millions.
Hair salons, tattoo parlors, gyms and other businesses that fell vulnerable during the COVID-19 shutdown collectively acquired $44.9 million in unpaid rent per month in San Francisco, according to a report from the Budget and Legislative Analyst's Office.
On Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a group of bills with the goal of easing California's housing shortage. Part of the new law will allow property owners to turn land built for a single-family home into two or even four units.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has approved two measures to slice through local zoning ordinances as the most populous state struggles with an affordable housing shortage.
California has received more than 243,000 applications for rent and utility payment assistance, with requests totaling more than $2.2 billion.
An East Bay mother is already planning what she'll do in her new three-bedroom home in Walnut Creek as she waits for construction to begin.
A program in place to protect renters from eviction due to the COVID-19 pandemic nears an all but certain end. California’s eviction moratorium expires September 30, and there’s no political will for its renewal.