Legislative Update - April 7, 2022

Legislative Updates,

City of San Diego No-Fault Termination Ordinance Pending Second Reading

As SCRHA reported Tuesday night, the San Diego City Council approved an ordinance to restrict No-Fault Termination of Tenancy through September 30, 2022 or 60 days after the local emergency ends, whichever is sooner. The ordinance still must get approval at a second reading, after which it will go into effect in 30 days. Councilmembers Joe LaCava and Raul Campillo recused themselves because they own rental property, and Councilmember Jennifer Campbell was not in attendance due to illness. Councilmembers Sean Elo-Rivera, Stephen Whitburn, Monica Montgomery Steppe, Marnie von Wilpert, and Vivian Moreno voted in favor of the ordinance, with Councilmember Chris Cate opposed. SCRHA is still working to clarify some components of the ordinance that are poorly defined and could create ambiguity in the courts. We will notify members when the second reading is scheduled. Click here to read more.

April 11 Property Tax Deadline Approaching

The second installment of property taxes are due by this coming Monday. Click the links below for the County in which your property is located for more information or to pay online.

Free Webinar on City of San Diego's Benchmarking Ordinance

The City of San Diego's Benchmarking ordinance requires all owners and managers of commercial buildings 50,000 square feet or larger AND multifamily properties with 17 or more residential units to track monthly energy consumption and report that information to the city.

Learn about the ordinance's benchmarking requirement during a FREE webinar hosted by the city's Sustainability Department on Thursday, April 14, from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Click here to register for the webinar. Call (858) 492-6000 or visit sandiego.gov for more information.