Anaheim: Eviction Protection Program
On March 24, 2020, the Anaheim City Council passed Urgency Ordinance No. 6482, effective immediately, that placed a moratorium on evictions of tenants whose inability to pay rent is due to the impacts of COVID-19.
The ordinance is in effect until June 30, 2020, extended from its original expiration date of May 31. The ordinance applies to both residential tenants and commercial tenants, as well as their subtenants.
Tenants must take steps to notify the landlord by seven days after the day rent is due in order to gain the protections of the ordinance.
Specifically, tenants must notify their landlords that they have a covered reason for delayed payments, provide the landlord with verifiable documentation to support the assertion of a covered reason for delayed payment, and pay the portion of the rent that they can pay.
Anaheim: Economic Recovery Plan
Anaheim City Council approved an emergency economic recovery plan that calls for spending up to $15 million to help the needy in our community and to support business and tourism.
- Read the announcement here.
- Updates on Anaheim Economic Recovery Plan:
- Anaheim’s City Manager recently approved regulatory relief to full service restaurants that sell food and alcoholic beverages, as well as alcohol retailers. Read the full regulatory relief order here.
- No. 3 restaurant takeout, alcohol sales
- Allows restaurants to sell takeout alcoholic beverages in conjunction with the purchase of food at restaurants, extends alcoholic beverage sales to 2 a.m. Read more here.
- No. 4 restaurant, retail signage
- Temporarily suspends special event permit requirement for businesses wanting to display signs informing customers of curbside pickup and food pickup services. Read more here.
- No. 6: restaurant outdoor dining
- Temporarily suspends special event permit requirement and outdoor dining standards for restaurants to create or expand outdoor dining and use of outdoor space to promote physical distancing. Read more here.