May 20, 2019

Key bills eligible for action on the floor this week.

Assembly Floor: Bills Eligible This Week

  • AB 330 (Gabriel) – Appointed legal counsel in civil cases
  • AB 1697 (Grayson) – Requires just cause for eviction.
  • AB 1399 (Bloom) – Clarifies withdrawal dates and landlord liability under the Ellis Act.
  • AB 1481 (Bonta) – Requires just cause to evict a tenant.
  • AB 1482 (Chiu) – Establishes a statewide cap on annual rent increases of CPI + 5%.
  • AB 1110 (Friedman) – Requires longer notice of rent increases.
  • ACA 1 (Aguiar-Curry) – Lowers local voter approval required for housing to 55 percent.
  • AB 831 (Grayson) – Requires HCD to compile and post local development fee totals on its website.
  • AB 671 (Friedman) – Requires housing elements to include a plan for ADUs.
  • AB 68 (Ting) – Makes several changes to ADU law.
  • AB 69 (Ting) – Requires HCD to propose ADU and small house building standards to the BSC.
  • AB 411 (Mark Stone) – Allows unused Santa Cruz redevelopment bonds for housing.
  • AB 429 (Nazarian) – Creates a bidding process for a seismically-vulnerable buildings inventory.
  • AB 38 (Wood) – Establishes fire safety standards and a retrofit loan program.
  • AB 1783 (Robert Rivas) – Requires ministerial approval of some agricultural employee housing.
  • AB 1487 (Chiu) – Establishes the regional Housing Alliance for the Bay Area, to increase affordable housing
  • AB 1483 (Grayson) – Requires cities and counties to report comprehensive housing data to HCD and regional agencies.
  • AB 1486 (Ting) – Makes comprehensive changes to statutes governing surplus lands to facilitate the development of affordable housing.
  • AB 1279 (Bloom) – Housing incentives and zoning overrides in high-opportunity areas.
  • AB 10 (Chiu) – Increases the state low-income housing tax credit program by $500 million annually.
  • AB 1010 (Eduardo Garcia) – Expands HCD program eligibility to include Indian and tribal entities.

Senate Floor: Bills Eligible This Week

  • SB 6 (Beall) – Creates database of local agency surplus lands.
  • SB 9 (Beall) – Makes permanent provisions for certificated state housing credit.
  • SB 644 (Glazer) – Reduces security deposits for military households.
  • SB 672 (Hill) – Exempts the City of Brisbane from some RHNA allocations if a certain project is developed.
  • SB 695 (Portantino) – Reduces RHNA obligations for permanent foster youth or senior/disabled placements.
  • SB 744 (Caballero) – Expands by right and CEQA streamlined approval of permanent supportive housing.
  • SB 369 (Hertzberg) – Authorizes safe parking programs.
  • SB 529 (Durazo) – Provides protections for tenants joining tenant associations.
  • SB 329 (Mitchell) – Housing voucher definition regarding discrimination.