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Unincorporated Los Angeles County
Unincorporated areas are those communities and areas that are outside the jurisdictional boundaries of incorporated cities like the City of Los Angeles, City of Long Beach.
County government serves as the “city” for these areas by providing basic municipal services such as law enforcement, zoning, building permits, libraries, parks, recreational programs, street maintenance, and traffic signals and stop signs.
For information regarding the temporary rent stabilization ordinance, visit the LA County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs at rent.lacounty.gov
City of Los Angeles
If you rent in the City of Los Angeles, your rental unit may be subject to the City's Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) if the property was built on or before October 1, 1978. Units constructed after July 15, 2007 that replace demolished RSO rental units may also be covered under the RSO.
For information regarding the rent stabilization ordinance, visit the Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department.
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Unicorporated LA County data from 2018 LA County Assessor Parcels Data. LACITY data from Los Angeles Dept of City Planning. There may be inaccuracies.
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