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What Happens Now That The Eviction Moratorium Has Expired?

Posted on 04/08/2023
Renter Resources


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?

Where can I learn about LA’s renter protections?

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 for renter and organizing workshops, how to form tenants unions, and more.

Two More Quick Hits!

Check out our weekly recap video on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook!

1. LA’s First Participatory Budgeting Program

Last week, we helped kick off voting for LA's first-ever participatory budgeting initiative, which gives historically marginalized communities the power to directly decide what funding and programs their neighborhoods need from the city. 

This program should serve as a model for how we allocate resources to benefit our city and stop our decades-long neglect of working class Black and Brown communities. We’re excited to push forward on efforts to expand this amazing initiative in the coming years. 

Check out our video from the event to hear more!

2. Great LA River CleanUp!

This month, Friends of the LA River (FoLAR) is hosting its 33rd Annual Great LA River CleanUp in honor of Earth Day. 

The annual event has been updated to offer additional ways for people to activate their passion for the River: in addition to traditional River CleanUps, volunteers will also be able to participate in Habitat Restoration, Nature Walks, and River Education Activities

There are two cleanups in CD13 on April 22, and one right across the river from our district in CD4’s Sunnynook River Park on April 15.

CD13 In The News

ASBAREZ – ANCA-WR Hollywood and Regional Staff Meet with Councilmember Soto-Martinez – A productive discussion took place about how the Armenian community can participate in the process and work alongside the city councilmember and his staff to ensure that the needs and concerns of the community are addressed and work together to engage the constituents, through the institutions working within the community, to elevate the district.

LA SENTINEL – Voting Begins in L.A.’s First Participatory Budgeting Program – “If we want to solve the biggest crises facing our communities, we need to give a voice to the people who are dealing with these issues every day,” said Councilmember Hugo Soto-Martínez.