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Rent Stabilization

SPECIAL MEETINGS -- See the Human Relations Commission Calendar

Human Relations Commission Special Meeting
 

Friday, February 3, 9 a.m., City Hall, Council Chambers, 455 Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills

The Human Relations Commission (HRC) invites all tenants and landlords to come together to share ideas and concerns regarding the recently enacted Urgency Ordinance amending the Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Municipal Code.

Human Relations Commission Regular Meeting
 

Thursday, February 16, 9 am., City Hall, Room 280A, 455 Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills

The Human Relations Commission invites all tenants and landlords to come together to share ideas and concerns regarding the recently enacted Urgency Ordinance amending the Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Municipal Code.

City Council Formal Meeting
 

Tuesday, February 21, 7 p.m., City Hall, Council Chambers, 455 Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills

City Council will review HRC findings from community input on Urgency Ordinance and gauge whether the Ordinance will remain as stated or if changes need to be made.


RENT STABILIZATION 
 

Find Questions and Answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding rent increase, relocation fees and more.  Click on the following links for FAQs:

Chapter 5 Rent Regulations

Chapter 6 Rent Regulations

URGENCY ORDINANCE & FAQs
 

The Rent Stabilization and Urgency Ordinance was adopted by City Council on January 24, 2017.  The Urgency Ordinance immediately institutes three major changes to the Municipal Code.

It limits tenant rent increases from a maximum of 10% annually to a maximum of 3% annually.

It requires a payment of a relocation fee for Chapter 6 tenants from a range of $9,050 to $21,650 with the issuance of a 60-day no-cause termination notice.  The updated relocation fees also apply to Chapter 5 tenants.

It requires a registration of tenancy.

To view or download the Urgency Ordinance:  Rent Stabilization and Urgency Ordinance

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) on the Urgency Ordinance

NOTIFICATION TO PUBLIC OF URGENCY ORDINANCE
 

A press release was submitted to local media about the adoption of the Urgency Ordinance and about the call for public input at Human Relations Commission Special Meeting. 

Click here to see press releases:

Letters were sent to all tenant and landlords.  For copy of letter, click here: Letter to Tenants, Property Owners and Concerned Members of the Community

CODE COMPLIANCE and CONTACT PHONE NUMBERS
 

The primary mission of the Code Compliance program is the enforcement of a variety of State, County, and City codes, ordinances and resolutions in the most efficient or equitable manner possible. Important contact numbers:

  • Report a Code Violation: (310) 285-1119
  • Rent Stabilization Regulations: (310) 285-1119
  • Recorded Chapter 5 Tenant Rent Increase Information: (310) 285-1031
  • Animal Complaints or Inquiries: (310) 285-1119 or (310) 285-PETS (7387)