Homeless people whose belongings were confiscated can file a claim under a new settlement. Here’s how.
Alameda County could buy the hotels it’s renting. “Hotels Not Graves” secures more Oakland rooms for unhoused people.
Housing attorneys say they’re seeing more landlords invoke the Ellis Act during the pandemic.
Tenants say they need more protections during the pandemic. Landlords worry the new rules could be abused.
The MACRO program will replace officers with mental health counselors and EMTs to respond to nonviolent emergencies.
The agency began clearing out the Wood Street camp—one of Oakland’s largest—early Tuesday morning.
We asked residents what questions they have about Oakland’s eviction moratorium, then asked experts to provide answers.
Every aspect of daily life in Oakland intersects with housing, in ways visible and unseen.
Advocates hope Alameda County will buy other empty buildings to become housing for unsheltered Oaklanders.
A decision on how to spend Measure Q revenue comes as activists urge the city to “defund the police.”