Provided by NAIOP SFBA Local Lobbyist: New Deal Advisers
There are a few current relief measures for both property owners and renters in the Bay Area. These pair with state and federal measures to reduce evictions and foreclosures on residential and commercial property. Here below is a current list of initiatives at the local, state and federal levels to alleviate economic strain for property owners and renters.
PARTNERS IN SAFELY RE-OPENING CALIFORNIA RETAIL AND SHOPPING VENUES
BUSINESS GROUPS ASKING FOR DELAY ON SCAG PLAN
PACIFIC LEGAL FOUNDATION: FAQ RE GOVERNMENT’S EMERGENCY ORDERS
WORKERS COMP AND COVID-19
BUILDING CODE SUCCESSES! ELEVATORS & BIRDS
FLAMMABLE REFRIGERANT BILL SHELVED FOR THE YEAR
AMENDED BILL WOULD REQUIRE 25% STATEWIDE RENT REDUCTION
COVID-19 RESOURCES PAGE
CBPA 2020 CALENDAR
"Under the extended Stay Home Order, all construction will be allowed to resume as long as specific safety measures are in place. Certain businesses that operate primarily outdoors, such as plant nurseries, car washes, and flea markets, may reopen under San Francisco’s Order. Any employee of a business allowed to operate under the order can also access childcare programs that are allowed to operate. Some outdoor recreational facilities, like skate parks and golf courses, may reopen. The full text of the new order and answers to frequently asked questions is posted at SF.gov."
The NAIOP SFBA Government Affairs Committee (GAC) has put together the following update for our members to stay informed about California State and San Francisco Bay Area local legislation. The GAC Committee with support from the SF Chapter Board of Directors are excited to announce a partnership with New Deal Advisors. In addition to our Chapter's ongoing relationship with CBPA, that tracks legislation at the State level, New Deal Advisors will be teaming with us to monitor and report on local Bay Area policies that affect commercial real estate.
Yesterday the White House sent an e-mail with important information -- copied in part below, after this message. It contains links to various documents and the Treasury info site. The most important ones are the application form for businesses to apply for the SBA loan program, and info sheets for borrowers and lenders.
According to some reports, the SBA may have a site up this week and will be able to fund these loans, possibly as soon as Friday.