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  • Resolutions of the Rent Control Board

    Resolution 18-005

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica urging the City Council to increase relocation fees to the greatest lawful extent for tenants displaced by no-fault evictions.

    Resolution 18-004

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica announcing that the 2018 annual general adjustment for rent-controlled units is 2.9%, and imposing limit on the general adjustment of $60, effective September 1, 2018.

    Resolution 18-003

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica in support of The Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018, a measure appearing on the ballot for the November 6, 2018 statewide general election, to provide $4 billion pursuant to the State General Fund Obligation Bond Law, the proceeds of which go to fund affordable housing.

    Resolution 18-002

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica urging the City Council to make the Preserving Our Diversity ("POD") pilot program a permanent program.

    Resolution 18-001

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica supporting legislation pending in the California Legislature (AB 1796, relating to EV charging stations at rent-controlled properties; AB 2219, relating to rent payments by third parties; AB 2343, relating to eviction procedures; AB 2364, relating to Ellis Act amendments; AB 2833, relating to renters’ tax credit increase and refundability; and AB 2925, relating to cause for eviction) and authorizing the Administrator to send letters of support on the Board’s behalf. (Adopted 5/10/2018)

    Resolution 17-005

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica recommending that the City Council consider ways to provide, or to arrange for, low-cost financing for owners who require it to undertake city-mandated earthquake retrofitting. (Adopted 12/7/2017)

    Resolution 17-004

    A resolution announcing that the 2017 annual general adjustment for rent-controlled units is 2%, and imposing limit on the general adjustment of $40, effective September 1, 2017. (Adopted 6/8/2017)

    Resolution 17-003

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa. (Adopted 5/11/2017)

    Resolution 17-002

    A resolution supporting Assembly Bill 1506 (Bloom) which would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act. (Adopted 3/23/2017)

    Resolution 17-001

    A resolution supporting Assembly Bill 928 which would amend the Ellis Act to require a one-year notice period to terminate any tenancy for withdrawal. (Adopted 3/23/2017)

    Resolution 16-002

    A resolution urging the City Council to determine whether there are identifiable factors that increase the likelihood that a rent-controlled property will be removed from the rental housing market. (Adopted 7/14/2016)

    Resolution 16-001 

    A resolution announcing that the 2016 annual general adjustment for rent-controlled units is 1.3% and imposing limit on the general adjustment of $25, effective September 1, 1016. (Adopted 6/9/2016)

    Resolution 15-002

    A resolution announcing that the 2015 annual general adjustment for rent-controlled units is 0.4% and imposing limit on the general adjustment of $7, effective September 1, 1015. (Adopted 6/11/2015)

    Resolution 15-001

    A resolution supporting Senate Bill 775 (Allen), an act to amend Section 1947.8 of the Civil Code, relating to tenancy. (Adopted 5/14/2015)

    Resolution 14-001

    A resolution announcing that the 2014 annual general adjustment for rent-controlled units is 0.8% and imposing limit on the general adjustment of $14, effective September 1, 1014. (Adopted 6/12/2014)

    Resolution 13-001

    A resolution announcing that the 2013 annual general adjustment for rent-controlled units is 1%, effective September 1, 1013. (Adopted 6/13/2013)

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