Are you concerned about non-registered apartment, multi-unit or single-family homes, or other nuisance activities caused by short-term rental abuse? These problems illegally reduce affordable housing, disrupt communities and impact your quality of life and right to quiet enjoyment. Look below to find the situation that applies to you, and follow the steps to report.
The Home-Sharing Ordinance prohibits any listing of a short-term rental without a valid home-sharing registration number (or pending status registration number). An initial notice of violation will be issued in situations where a listing without a registration number is identified. The non-permitted activity must cease within a specified time or else a citation will be issued, including possible fines.
Hosting platforms will be required to provide information to assist in the enforcement and removal of illegal listings. Additionally, both hosting platforms and hosts will be asked to maintain and provide written logs of all home-sharing activity.
Los Angeles City Planning maintains a 24/7 Complaint Hotline at (213) 267-7788 to report any concerns or complaints.
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For additional information, please contact:
Los Angeles City Planning Home-Sharing Unit: https://planning.lacity.org/plans-policies/initiatives-policies/home-sharing
Department of City Planning - Development Services Center201 N. Figueroa Street, 5th FloorLos Angeles, CA 90012(213) 202-546424/7 Complaint Hotline: (213) email@example.com
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If you’re a tenant in a multi-unit property and you observe or experience short term rental abuse, you can fill out this Tenant Complaint Form or report a code violation.
Santa Monica vacation/short term rental complaints should be directed to:
**Please note that this is for Santa Monica ONLY**
Code Enforcement Division
City of Santa Monica
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