The Mountain View Rent Stabilization Program hosts workshops to increase community awareness and understanding of the rental protections in Mountain View. The final two workshops for 2019 have changed! See new topics below!
November 14: Addressing Challenging Living Situations (Now Open to All!): In this interactive workshop, community members learn tools to communicate more effectively with their landlords, tenants and/or roommates.
December 12 (NEW TOPIC!!!): Statewide Rent Stabilization and Just Cause Eviction Protections: Governor Newsom recently signed AB 1482: The Tenant Protection Act of 2019, which expands rent stabilization and just cause eviction protections statewide. Come to this workshop to learn more about the new law and how it impacts the Mountain View community.
All 2019 workshops start at 6:30 p.m. and are held in the Plaza Conference Room at the Mountain View City Hall (500 Castro Street, 2nd Floor)
*Translation services are available. Se habla espanol.
To facilitate proper implementation of the Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act the Rental Housing Committee request that property owners/managers of residential multi-family rental units located within the City of Mountain View complete the registration form online at mvrent.mountainview.gov.
Owners/ Mangers can:
The City of Mountain View implements the Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act (CSFRA), a voter approved measure (Measure V, 2016), to stabilize the community by reducing rental housing turnover in certain rental units. Program staff work with tenants and landlords to achieve the three main goals of the CSFRA:
The full text of the CSFRA can be downloaded here
Most multi-family rental properties with 3 or more units are covered by the CSFRA. Units provided or subsidized by the government are not covered.
Built before 1995
Built between 1995 and 2017
If you like to check if your multi-family apartment complex is built before 1995, please click here.
RHC Meetings will be held on the following Mondays at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall:
| December 9, 2019 | January 13, 2020 |Council Chambers
View the 2019 and full 2020 RHC meeting schedule here. Meeting dates and location are subject to change.
Agendas will be posted at least 72 hours in advance
(You may also view the Current Agenda on the bulletin board by the front doors of City Hall at 500 Castro Street.)