In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, cities throughout California are issuing orders and adopting urgency ordinances establishing temporary eviction moratoriums on evictions due to non-payment of rent for renters impacted by COVID-19. Some cities are also prohibiting “no-fault” evictions except in limited circumstances. In addition, some cities are also prohibiting Ellis Act evictions.
The number of cities that have instituted temporary eviction moratoriums continues to expand. The list provided below is a sampling of the cities, with links to their orders and/or ordinances, that have implemented temporary moratoriums and not inclusive of all the cities that may adopt such moratoriums. The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles is committed to providing updated information throughout the pandemic.
If you have property in a specific city or cities, if it is one of the cities listed below, we encourage you to review the city’s public order or urgency ordinance. For cities not listed, we encourage you to check to see if that City has established a temporary moratorium. In all the above circumstances, if you have questions regarding your property or specific tenancies and the requirements of a specific eviction moratorium, please consult with an attorney.
To access the full summary of the COVID-19 Temporary Eviction Moratoriums, please click the button below:
|County||Order / Ordinance / Moratorium|
|Los Angeles County||Rent Freeze Amendment March 19, 2020 – Executive Order|
|Ventura County||March 31, 2020 – Urgency Ordinance|
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