Eviction rates have already reached pre-pandemic levels, and we’ll likely see even more families forced onto the streets now that LA's eviction moratorium has ended, despite our repeated attempts to extend it.
To help prevent illegal evictions and even more homelessness in LA, we need to empower people so they know their rights, what to do if they are potentially facing eviction, and so we can help our vulnerable neighbors.
What do I do if I think I might be at risk of eviction?
- Open the Tenant Power Toolkit to learn how to respond to an eviction notice so you can prepare a legal defense and make necessary arrangements.
- Look at this “Can I be evicted?” Flowchart put together by Councilmember Eunisses Hernandez
- Visit bit.ly/larenterhelp for workshops, legal help, and more resources.
Where can I learn about LA’s renter protections?
- Check out our previous newsletter, which breaks down the new tenant protections passed by City Council
- Read LAist’s guide on City & County safeguards for renters
What can I do to help others?
- 📜Print and post the flyers below in your building.
- 🚪Check in on your neighbors so they know their rights.
- 💻Go to bit.ly/larenterhelp for renter and organizing workshops, how to form tenants unions, and more.