The local eviction moratorium was extended to cover rent payments that come due within 60 days after the Mayor's COVID-19 emergency proclamation ends, and to include units where the rent is controlled or regulated by the City. Since the Mayor's Proclamation of Local Emergency is scheduled to expire on June 30, 2023, these protections are extended through August 29, 2023 (60-days after June 30, 2023) but will not apply to rent payments that become due on or after August 30, 2023.
A new law passed by the City and County of San Francisco requires all residential property owners to provide certain information to the Rent Board about their property each year. In addition, the law creates new licensing requirements for landlords.
Ordinance No. 18-22, which became effective on March 14, 2022, requires landlords pursuing certain types of evictions to first provide the tenant a written 10-day warning letter and an opportunity to cure before serving a formal eviction notice.
The Board of Supervisors and Mayor of San Francisco recently passed legislation that amends the San Francisco Rent Ordinance regarding Ellis Act evictions. The legislation is effective on July 18, 2022.