- Guidance on Disinfection of Surfaces for COVID-19 from Department of Environmental Health (DEH)
- Resources for Employers from San Diego Employers Association
- County of San Diego
- Superior Court of California County of San Diego
- San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund
- San Diego County COVID-19 Text Message Alert System
- San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector
- City of San Diego Business Relief and Support
- San Diego County Department of Environmental Health Pool Program
- San Diego Covid-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program
- San Diego Housing Commission Covid-19 Hardship Policies
Southern California Rental Housing Association Draws Attention Southern California Rental Housing Association Draws Attention to Rental Property Owners’ Financial Obligations
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Governor Gavin Newsom today issued an executive order banning the enforcement of eviction orders for renters affected by COVID-19 through May 31, 2020. The order goes into effect immediately. Under the order, tenants are required to retain documentation but not required to submit it to the landlord in advance. However, the tenant is still obligated to repay full rent in a timely manner and could still face eviction after the moratorium is lifted. SCRHA will provide more details as they become available. We are currently working to determine how this order impacts recent eviction moratoriums (if at all) passed by local jurisdictions. Click here to read the full order.
Southern California Rental Housing Association Prepares, Educates Industry Professionals on Coronavirus Crisis Issues
On March 25, the San Diego City Council passed an ordinance to place a moratorium on residential and commercial evictions.
With social distancing measures in full effect and many people working from home, we need strong leaders well versed in risk management and conflict resolution to help resolve issues between residents.
Your property management team is now likely to face unique challenges as residents live and work together under trying circumstances. As a member of SCRHA and NAA, you can access these online classes through Visto to increase your understanding of risk management and conflict resolution.
The situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) is continually evolving. SCRHA is following the guidance issued by Governor Newsom and the California Department of Public Health. We are canceling the following upcoming events and classes:
On Wednesday, March 4, Governor Gavin Newson declared a statewide emergency to address the global COVID-19 outbreak. While much of the declaration is specific to healthcare, these types of declarations include Penal Code 396 which prevents price gouging in times of emergencies, including the price of rental housing.