Legislation requiring SRO's to post 311 signs passes committee 

On Monday, the Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee approved legislation that would require single-occupancy residential hotels to post notices in their lobbies alerting tenants of their ability to call 311 to complain about anything to do with their living conditions. There are 505 SRO hotels in The City and about 30,000 units. 

The legislation was introduced by Supervisor David Campos and sponsored by Board of Supervisors President David Chiu.

The legislation is part of a boarder effort “to make sure that housing complaints at SRO hotels are addressed in a timely and effective fashion,” Campos said.

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