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  • Resolutions of the Rent Control Board

    Resolution 19-004

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica announcing that the 2019 annual general adjustment for rent-controlled units is 2%, and imposing limit on the general adjustment of $44, effective September 1, 2019.

    Resolution 19-003

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica urging the City Council to amend the Municipal Code to (1) ensure that building or technical permits are not issued to permit non-necessary work in tenant-occupied units without the tenant's consent; and (2) prevent the reconfiguration of units that are currently controlled, or that have been subject to control and may again be subject to control, in such a way that a unit is eliminated or reconfigured in a way that makes the unit more easily converted for rental to separate households.

    Resolution 19-002 

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica in support of AB 36, respecting the application of local rent-control laws to single-family homes and new construction; AB 1481, respecting just cause for eviction; AB 1482, respecting rent gouging; SB 329, respecting discrimination against sources of income used to pay rent; AB 1399, respecting clarification of the Ellis Act; and SB 18, respecting legal assistance for tenants facing eviction.

    Resolution 19-001

    A resolution of the Rent Control Board of the City of Santa Monica urging the City Council to (1) impose a moratorium on the development of new projects on sites in the Pico Neighborhood that previously had been occupied by rent controlled units until (a) the City Council completes its evaluation of possible zoning restrictions on properties from which units were withdrawn from the market under the Ellis Act; and (b) the City Council completes its adoption of a Pico Neighborhood Plan; and (2) consider increasing affordable-housing in-lieu fees for projects that replace rent-controlled housing.

    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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