What if my property is not a rental?
Our records indicate your property is a non-owner occupied unit and therefore received rental status. If this is an owner occupied property, please complete the back side of the RENTAL INSPECTION NOTICE & ANNUAL PROGRAM FEES letter you received. Please indicate your reason for exemption from the program and submit with one form of documentation as listed on the back side of the letter. The owner’s name and the property address must be on the documentation.

Residential Rental Inspection Program

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1. What is considered a rental unit?
2. What if my property is not a rental?
3. Where can I learn more about the Residential Rental Inspection Program Ordinance?
4. What do I do if I lost my bill?
5. Do you accept credit cards?
6. When will the visual inspection occur?
7. Can I speak to with the inspector before they inspect my property?
8. How will I know if I pass?
9. What if my property fails the visual exterior inspection?