SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — San Diego County’s new eviction moratorium takes effect on Thursday. The moratorium was passed by the Board of Supervisors in May as a 60-day extension of the existing statewide moratorium, which is set to end June 30.
It also limits the reasons why a person can be evicted.
“San Diego as a region, as a county has just never had any protections like of all. If you look all over California, it’s a major region. None of the cities have rent control and the only significant protection it has is statewide,” said Grace Martinez, the San Diego Executive Director of the Association of Californians for Community Empowerment, which advocated for the county’s moratorium. Click the link below for the full article.