Legislative Update - February 3, 2022
SCRHA Delays Chula Vista Tenant Ordinance
As SCRHA reported on Tuesday, the Chula Vista Housing Advisory Commission opted not to send the Landlord and Tenant Ordinance to the City Council for a vote. It was expected that the Council could vote on the ordinance as early as February 15. SCRHA members mobilized in force, showing up to speak at Monday evening’s meeting and submitting public comment asking the commission not to move the ordinance to Council. Your voice was heard! However, because this was a Council referral, the ordinance may have to come back at some point. City staff will likely conduct additional stakeholder meetings, but none have been scheduled as of writing this. SCRHA will work in the interim to educate elected leaders on the issues and that there is no need for the drastic regulation being proposed. Click here to read more.
Additionally, the City of Chula Vista continues to monitor the situation for Republic Services customers. If owners or managers in Chula Vista are still experiencing service interruption, please email photos and property address to email@example.com. The SCRHA will continue to share information as it becomes available.