The County of Los Angeles is holding roundtable events to get your feedback on a new rent regulation ordinance at mobilehome parks.
The Board of Supervisors recently approved an interim ordinance which imposes a 180-day moratorium on rent increases in excess of three percent per year for mobilehome spaces in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County that are leased for a period of 12 months or less. Also, L.A. County is considering and researching a possible permanent ordinance.
If you own or live in a mobilehome in the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County, the County invites you to attend a roundtable meeting to learn more details about the ordinance and share your opinions. You can find the roundtable nearest you on our events calendar and on our Facebook page.
To read more information about the ordinance, or to submit your feedback online, please visit the County’s new Mobilehome Parks website.
The interim ordinance will apply to the 86 mobilehome parks in unincorporated Los Angeles County. These parks consist of about 8,500 mobilehome units.
Supervisor Janice Hahn proposed pursuing rent stabilization for mobilehome parks in February, citing that mobilehome parks were “really the last bastion of affordable housing here in LA County.”