Landlord-Tenant Commission & Housing Resources - Community Development
Landlord-Tenant Commission & Housing Resources
Landlord Tenant Commission
Landlord Tenant Commission
The City Council appointed-Commission provides information, education and mediation for residential Landlord-Tenant issues.
When: First Monday of the month (unless otherwise posted)
Time: 6:15 p.m.
Location: Community Services Building, 150 N. Third St., Burbank, Room 104 map
For assistance with resolving residential Landlord-Tenant questions or issues, complete the Landlord-Tenant Questionnaire below and return it to the Housing Authority Office.
Landlord-Tenant Information Form (for Landlord)
Landlord-Tenant Information Form (for Tenant)
20 Most Frequently Asked Landlord-Tenant Questions (PDF)
Additional assistance can be found in the Landlord-Tenant Resources (PDF) list.
You can also view the Housing Resources (PDF) for more information.
City of Burbank Eviction Ordinance Sunsets Replaced by State Law SB 91 for Residential Evictions
- California Tenant Protection Act (PDF)
- LA County's COVID-19 Tenant Protections Resolution
- Residential Eviction Order UPDATE
- City's COVID-19 FAQs and Resources
- State of California -Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency
- Fact Sheet: New Protections and Guidelines for Tenants (PDF)
- New Forms approved by Judicial Council to implement COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act
- FAQ – 2020 Tenant Relief Act
Assembly Bill 1482: Tenant Protection Act of 2019 v 2
Assembly Bill (AB) 1482 was signed by Governor Gavin Newsom on October 8, 2019. This new law put in place statewide rent caps along with just cause eviction standards for specific multifamily and rental properties. The law went into effect beginning January 1, 2020, and will run through January 1, 2030.
- AB 1482 - Complete bill text
- Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
- Applicability Tool - Does the law apply to you?
- Affordable Housing Factsheet (PDF)
- United States Bureau of Labor Statistics Los Angeles Area (PDF) - CPI to utilize in rent calculations effective as of August 1, 2022.
Equal Opportunity and Fair Housing
Fair Housing Laws prohibit discrimination based on:
- Race or Color
- National Original or Ancestry
- Sexual Orientation
- Marital Status
- Age / Familial Status (having children or being pregnant)
- Mental or Physical Disability
- Source of Income
Resources on Fair Housing:
- Housing Rights Center (HRC) is a non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to fighting housing discrimination. For free assistance please call toll free at (800) 477-5977.
- The Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) administers and enforces federal laws and establishes policies that make sure all Americans have equal access to the housing of their choice.
150 N. Third Street, 2nd Floor
Burbank, CA 91502