Long Beach Police Department received 15% more calls to service for felony spousal abuse in March compared to last year’s average. The increase occurred during the same month that California’s implemented its statewide stay-at-home order. The data, which was obtained from the Long Beach Police Department, suggests that the stay-at-home[Read More…]
Author: Emma DiMaggio
Long Beach residents with four cats or dogs may be able to add two more furry companions to their households in the near future pets.
As the city prepares to enter phase-two of the economic reopening plan, the Long Beach City Council on Tuesday reviewed a lengthy report detailing the city’s current status of coronavirus.
Long Beach City council members are bracing for revenue shortfalls after reviewing the city’s 2020 fiscal year budget update Tuesday night.
With nonessential business closures and a statewide stay-at-home order, COVID-19 has rapidly transformed the Long Beach economy.
The moratorium applies to any non-payment evictions March 4 to May 31. Residents have until Nov. 30 to pay back rent owed.
The emergency ordinance will establish a moratorium on all evictions for 30 days or as long as Long Beach, Los Angeles County or the State of California have active emergency proclamations related to COVID-19. The ordinance will also include a prohibition on late fees during this period.
Long Beach has supported two declarations of emergency to better prepare the city for a potential outbreak.
New City Council ordinance requires landlords to provide building permits for substantial remodel evictions
City Council approves ordinance to close loophole in the Tenant Protection Act of 2019.
The ordinance is meant to address remodel a loophole in the Tenant Protection Act of 2019.