Did you know the city of San Diego requires rental housing providers to notify their residents every year about recycling services?
Or that the city has its own eviction rules that differ from state law?
Operating rental housing in San Diego can be complicated, but the California Apartment Association makes it a whole lot easier.
CAA offers the necessary forms and educational materials for landlords to follow San Diego’s unique rules.
Below are links to a new series of materials specific to San Diego:
COMPLYING WITH THE CITY’S JUST-CAUSE EVICTION ORDINANCE
- Issue Insight: City of San Diego’s Just Cause Ordinance
- Understanding the City of San Diego Eviction Moratorium – CAA Summary
- Understanding San Diego Right to Know Ordinance v. State Eviction Laws
- SD-003 – Three-Day Notice to Perform Conditions and/or Covenants Or Quit Refusal to Provide Access for Properties Subject to the City of San Diego City’s Tenants’ Right to Know Ordinance
- SD-004 – Notice of Termination of Tenancy Due to Owner Move-In (Properties Subject to the City of San Diego Tenants’ Right to Know Ordinance)
- SD-005 – Notice of Termination of Tenancy Due to Withdrawal of Property From The Rental Market (Properties Subject to San Diego City’s Tenants’ Right to Know Ordinance)
- SD-006 – Notice of Expiration of Fixed Term Lease and Renewal Offer (Properties Subject to the City of San Diego Tenants’ Right to Know Ordinance)
UNDERSTANDING THE CITY’S RECYCLING ORDINANCE
Issues Insight: City of San Diego’s Recycling Ordinance