No, one of these no-fault reasons was not given
Then the notice is not valid
Because you are protected under the CA Tenant Protection Act, a landlord can ONLY evict you by one of the 11 “at-fault” reasons or one of the 4 “no-“fault reasons. Since the reason is not one of these 11 or 4 other reasons, the eviction notice is NOT valid and you will need to write a letter to your landlord stating that the notice is not valid (on the letter template, choose “I have CA Just Cause protections”). Send your landlord the signed and dated letter via certified mail and keep a copy.