Emergency Eviction Moratorium Language by Jurisdiction
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution for a temporary moratorium on residential tenant evictions. The resolution goes into effect March 24, 2020. The resolution remains in effect for the remainder of the emergency.Resolution | Overview (News Release)
The Sacramento City Council adopted an ordinance on March 17 to establish a temporary ban on evicting residential & commercial tenants unable to pay rent due to a loss of income caused by the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).Delay of Residential Rent Form Delay of Commercial Rent Form
On March 18, 2020, the West Sacramento City Council adopted an ordinance establishing a temporary moratorium on evicting residential and commercial tenants who suffer substantial wage or business losses due to the implementation of measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. This ordinance is an emergency measure that is in effect immediately through at least May 31st.Delay of Rent Form
A resolution of the council of the City of Rancho Cordova, state of California, proclaiming the existence of a local emergencyEmergency Declaration
In response to the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and to ensure uninterrupted access to City resources necessary to keep the community as safe and supported as possible, the City of Elk Grove has proclaimed a local emergency.Emergency Declaration | Press Release
The City of Galt has a responsibility to ensure the health and welfare of its citizens and will be enforcing the Public Health Orders issued at the state and county levels. However, we are very concerned about the impact that these public health initiatives are having our local businesses and our staff will make every effort to assist the business community during these unprecedented times.Emergency Declaration
A declaration by the Mayor of the City of Isleton of a State of Emergency for novel coronavirus diseas epidemic, COVID-19 in the City of IsletonEmergency Declaration
Voting to take place Thursday, March 26, 2020 - Check back for updates
A resolution of the City Council of the City of Folsom proclaiming existence of a local emergency.Emergency Declaration
Resolution exercising the county's police power to impose substansive limitations on residential and commercial evictions.Emergency Declaration
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and growing economic challenges, SMUD announced it will suspend the practice of disconnecting power due to non-payment for residential and commercial customers. In addition, customers who are currently disconnected for non-payment will be reconnected, as long as the meter or other equipment has not been damaged and all other conditions are safe.Emergency Declaration
To: All SAR REALTOR® and Affiliate Members
Let's All Act Responsibly and Stay Well
The Sacramento Association of REALTORS® is concerned for the health and safety of both our Members and our Staff. The primary method of stopping the spread of coronavirus is to keep away from people who are suffering from the virus. We will take the following measures to avoid spreading COVID-19:
Effective at 4:30pm March 18, 2020 SAR will be operating as a virtual association. This will continue through April 10, unless extended by the current situtation. SAR Staff will be available via their @sacrealtor.org email address; all staff are set up to send/receive emails from home.
Committees meetings my meet via ZOOM Meetings at the discretion of the committee chair and staff liaison.
Many SAR classes will continue via ZOOM. Registrants will receive an email with login instructions. It will originate from zoom.us. Those classes that will not translate well to a webinar will be rescheduled at a later date. Please view the calendar for details. MetroList® has also suspended all in-person training but will have online courses available.
The online Realty Supply Center will remain active. Staff will attend to delivery needs as is reasonable and necessary.
Dave Tanner, CEO, SAR