Required Inspections, Fees, and Standards

If you own or manage property that has two or more residential units on a parcel of land and at least one of the unit is a rental unit, you are required to register your property for periodic inspection and maintain your property in accordance with applicable codes and standards. On this page you will find information regarding required inspections, fees, maintenance of property, building codes and standards, and other pertinent information. In addition to required inspections, your rental property may be subject to the city's Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO)

Are there any required inspections?

Systematic Code Enforcement Program (SCEP) and complaint inspection program are authorized by the Los ...

Building codes and standards

Building codes and standards are established to protect the health, safety and welfare of the community ...

Keep your property well maintained

Maintaining decent, safe and sanitary rental housing is required by the law.

Understanding and complying with orders

Understanding the order you have received from HCIDLA is key to achieving compliance thereby ...

Major repair in occupied properties

If you plan to renovate, repair, or alter an occupied residential building subject to the RSO then your ...

Avoid liens, perform urgent repairs

The Urgent Repair Program (URP) was established to ensure that rental property owners make immediate ...

Owning a residential hotel

Residential hotels are often the only form of housing that is affordable to people of very low ...

Are there any training programs?

The purpose of Property Management Training Program ("PMTP") is to instruct property owners on how to improve the ...

Save money, Gateway-to-Green

Gateway to Green (G2G) is a free gateway to energy efficiency and water conservation survey for rental ...

Property activity report

You can access property activity information such as case number, inspection results, etc.