The current residential eviction moratorium remains in effect for ALL residential tenants living in Alameda County until 60 days after Alameda County lifts the local public health emergency.
On April 22, 2020, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors adopted Ordinance No. O-2020-23, which prohibits, with few exceptions, all residential evictions anywhere in the County during the COVID-19 public health emergency, including within the City of Fremont. The County ordinance superseded the City of Fremont March 25, 2020 Executive Order. Therefore, the Fremont City Council recently rescinded the “March 25, 2020 Executive Order,” which had established a temporary moratorium on eviction of residential tenants in Fremont, since it was no longer necessary. On June 30, 2020, Alameda County adopted Ordinance No. O-2020-41 to extend the County-wide eviction moratorium established in Ordinance No. O-2020-23 until 60 days after the County lifts the local declaration of public health emergency. The City of Fremont’s Small-Scale Commercial Tenant Eviction Moratorium remains in effect until the City's local emergency is terminated. Answers to frequently asked questions about the eviction moratorium can be found on our website.
If you are behind on your rent due to COVID 19, you may be eligible for assistance. Please visit our website to see if you qualify and to apply.