New! Notices of Updates to Relocation Fees and Maximum Allowable Rent Increases
On Monday, June 25th, the Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Program processed two important notices to tenants and landlords. The Notice of Adjusted Relocation Fees, which apply to all tenants, lists the relocation fees effective as of July 1, 2018. The Notice of Allowable Rent Increases, for Chapter 6 tenants only, lists the maximum allowable rent increase effective June 12, 2018. Both Notices reflect the year over year percentage increase in the Consumer Price Index from May 1st of the current year and May 1st of the immediately preceding year (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). To review these important notices, please see the following:
Notice of Adjusted Relocation Fees (All tenants)
Notice for Allowable Rent Increases (Ch. 6 tenants only)
The Rent Stabilization Program is responsible for administering the City’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance. This includes procedures on the following:
- The rental unit registration process
- Appeals and hearings
- Relocation fees
- Landlord rent adjustment applications
- FREE Mediation services
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For any questions please contact our office.
Phone: (310) 285-1031
Mailing Address: 455 North Rexford Drive, Room 200
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 7:30am to 5:30pm & Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Beverly Hills Housing Rights Legal Services Program
Bet Tzedek Legal Services, a non-profit legal aid firm, now provides free legal consultations and assistance to individuals who live in Beverly Hills and who meet financial eligibility criteria. Informational sessions are available every Monday from 10:00 am-12:00 pm at Roxbury Park Community Center located at 475 S. Roxbury Drive. Appointments may be made by calling Bet Tzedek Legal Services at (323) 939-0506, extension 499.
For additional information, please click here. If you have questions, please call the Human Services Office in the Community Services Department at (310) 285-1006.
Report a Code Violation
To report a violation of the rent stabilization ordinance, please call Community Preservation (310) 285-1031.
L.A. County Department of Consumer Affairs Rent Stabilization
For all issues not covered under the local Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Code and for all civil or lease-related issues, please contact Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Rent Stabilization information at (213) 974-1452, or visit http://dcba.lacounty.gov/consumer-protection