As 2024 gets underway, The Tribune is taking a look at eviction trends in San Luis Obispo County over the past few years.
Eviction moratoriums introduced during COVID-19 pandemic put a temporary hold on many tenants’ evictions during quarantine, but after the last pandemic-era tenant relief programs ended in 2022 and 2023, evictions are on the rise again.
The Tribune is interested in hearing your eviction stories to better understand how evictions can affect tenants in an area that is notoriously difficult for renters. We are asking evicted tenants to fill out our latest survey.
Tenants who were able to keep their housing thanks to the eviction moratorium or were evicted after the moratorium expired are particularly good fits for this story.
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