The city’s eviction moratorium is expiring in stages, and a handful of evictions were allowed to move forward on May 1.
Rent Stabilization Board
Update: Berkeley eviction moratorium will be extended through August
Berkeley has permanent eviction protections for about 26,000 rental units, but the local eviction moratorium extended to more.
Charged a ‘rent registry’ fee by your Berkeley landlord? You could get paid back
Residents with very low-income levels are eligible for the reimbursement, which ranges up to $150.
Moms 4 Housing protesters shut down Alameda County board meeting over renter protections
Activists, including Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board commissioner Dominique Walker, were arrested and cited Tuesday after disrupting the Board of Supervisors meeting.
‘Tenant-first’ slate maintains Berkeley rent board majority in election
Stefan Elgstrand was the only candidate elected to the board who didn’t run with the slate.
Tenants slate has fundraising edge as real estate groups sit out Berkeley rent board race
The reigning pro-tenant slate has raised a collective $50,000. Can independent candidates break through?
Opinion: Carole Marasovic for rent board
Carole’s leadership as chairperson on three city commissions and her fair and balanced representation make her my choice for the Rent Stabilization Board.
Opinion: Wendy Saenz Hood for rent board
Wendy has been both a tenant and a landlord and would bring needed perspective to the board.
In Berkeley rent board race, evictions, housing stock are up for debate
Candidates are strongly in favor of anti-displacement measures, but vary on just-cause evictions for small units.
Election 2022: Rent board candidates answer Berkeleyside questions
Meet your Rent Stabilization Board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2022 election.
Our policy on submitting op-eds during Berkeley’s 2022 election
The deadline for all election-related op-eds is Sept. 25. We are limiting the number of op-eds we’ll publish.
What you need to know about the money backing Berkeley elections
Who’s spending the most on the city’s elections? How does Berkeley’s public matching fund program work? And other campaign finance essentials.