Anaheim: Emergency Eviction Moratorium
The Anaheim City Council on March 24 approved an emergency moratorium on residential and commercial evictions for those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
As an urgency ordinance, the moratorium takes effect immediately and goes through May 31, 2020, with options for extensions by the City Council.
The ordinance prohibits landlords from evicting residential renters and business tenants who are unable to pay rent due to loss of work, reduced income or health reasons related to coronavirus.
It would prevent eviction for:
Tenants can qualify for a delay in rent payments under Anaheim’s ordinance. They must notify and provide proof of the impacts of coronavirus to their landlords in advance of their rent payment due date.
Those who qualify would have 120 days after the expiration of the ordinance to pay back any rent they owe. The repayment plan would either be by agreement between the tenant and landlord or a default plan of four equal monthly payments.
You can read a fact sheet on the measure in English and Spanish here.
You can read the ordinance presented to Council here. Please note the ordinance linked here is subject to minor changes directed by the Council on Tuesday.
Anaheim: Economic Recovery Plan
Anaheim City Council approved an emergency economic recovery plan that calls for spending up to $15 million to help the needy in our community and to support business and tourism.