Heeding calls from CAA and its members, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted to phase out its COVID-19 eviction moratorium and launch a campaign to educate landlords and renters about the changes.

Under a plan approved Tuesday, the pandemic-related eviction moratorium will conclude at the end of this year. Efforts to inform the public of the phase out will begin shortly.

The California Apartment Association has long urged the board to lift its COVID-19 eviction restrictions, in place now for more than two years and enforced in both unincorporated areas and the nearly 90 cities in the county.  

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