Oakland’s Community Cabin Program is a network of temporary transitional shelters at six sites across the city, designed to help stabilize unhoused people and assist in the finding of permanent housing. Launched in late 2017, the Community Cabins are part of a multi-prong strategy in the city to house people. Beyond cabins, the City of Oakland has opened three safe RV parking sites and a trailer site for 67 state-owned trailers. For more on the Community Cabin program and the partnerships behind it, visit the website here.
City of Oakland Offers Tenants and Property Owners Information and Support as COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium Policy Sunsets
The phased sunsetting of the policy begins July 15, as the moratorium will no longer prohibit certain kinds of pandemic-related evictions; a moratorium on rent increases for some categories of residential dwelling units will phase out in June 2024