At a special meeting on Thursday, May 11, City Council voted, 3-1, to adopt an uncodified ordinance imposing a temporary moratorium on capital improvement plan (CIP) application for properties that have 25 or more rental units.
Seminar will cover what’s available after pandemic-era services end
The Prosecution and Public Rights Unit of the Alameda City Attorney’s Office will be holding its third annual Fair Housing conference, which will be free and open to all members of the public.
The City of Alameda passed a Rent Stabilization Ordinance on March 1 that was affirmed by voters with the recent passage of Measure L1. Under the City’s Ordinance, Alameda renters are offered a number of protections pertaining to annual rent increases, lease terms, and wrongful evictions.
Since the establishment of Alameda 154 years ago and through numerous real estate booms and busts, landlords and tenants have co-existed without city mandates regarding pricing. Yet the City Council is quickly making policies that will forever change this relationship.