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Download the Rent Adjustment Commission Meeting Agenda  06/06/24

The Rent Adjustment Commission (RAC) is responsible for adopting policies, rules, and regulations to carry out the mandates of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance, the City’s law for rent stabilization. They also conduct studies, investigations and hearings to gather information to administer and enforce the Ordinance.

The Commission adopted Regulations and “Working Rules” to provide a standard set of procedures to provide consistency, transparency and guidance in conducting official business. The Commission also adopted the “Appeals Board Rules and Guidelines” for use in hearing appeals scheduled by LAHD.

RAC also serves as the Appeals Board (AB) for appeals of General Manager’s determinations. 

Meet Our Commissioners

The RAC Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. The current RAC Commissioners are:

  • Carole Brogdon, Chairperson
  • Dash Stolarz, Vice Chairperson
  • Paula Leftwich, Commissioner
  • Kirkpatrick Tyler, Commissioner
  • Dr. Loraine Lundquist, Commissioner
  • Jerod Gunsberg, Commissioner
  • Presiliano Sandoval, Commissioner

Get involved and learn more:

The public is invited to the Commission’s biweekly meetings, usually held on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 12:00 p.m. in the Hearing Room (on the Lobby Level) of the LAHD office at 1200 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017. While the Commission does not handle individual landlord and tenant complaints, the Commission makes every effort to give the public an opportunity to comment before the Commission on issues affecting the operation of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance.

Agendas are posted at least 72 hours before each meeting online, on the 1st floor bulletin board at City Hall East and on the City Council Chambers bulletin board on the 3rd floor of City Hall. The Commission has a working subcommittee, the Internal Review Committee, and a citizen task force called the Mobile Home Park Task Force (MHPTF).

For more information, please contact Edward Jacobs, RAC Liaison, at (213) 808-8678 or Armando Carlin, RAC Support Staff, at (213) 928-9075.

See Our Regulations

RAC 100 – Introduction and Policy Statements

RAC 210 – Capital Improvement 

RAC 220 – Primary Renovation

RAC 240 – Just and Reasonable

RAC 250 – Rehabilitation Work

RAC 270 – Seismic Rehabilitation Work Regulations

RAC 310 – Additional Tenants

RAC 330 – Seasonal Rent Adjustments

RAC 340 – Surcharge for Smoke Detectors

RAC 360 – Landlord Notice to Tenants to Annual Rent Increase

RAC 370 – Passthrough of the SCEP Fee

RAC 410 – Reduction in Housing Services

RAC 420 – Transfer of Utility Payments to Tenants

RAC 520 – Transfer Utility Payments to MHP Tenants

RAC 560 – Rent Adjustment to Master-Metered MHP Tenant

RAC 610 – Evictions – Good Faith Requirements

RAC 620 – Eviction Requirements for Occupancy by Owner, etc

RAC 630 – Evictions – Action to Recover Possession

RAC 710 – Tenant Habitability Program

RAC 720 – Special Provision for Seismic Retrofit Work

RAC 830 – Luxury Exemption Certificate

RAC 920 – Managers as Tenants

RAC 940 – Substandard Housing Relief

RAC 960 – Relocation Assistance Escrow Accounts

RAC 1200 – REAP

RAC 2000 – Lincoln Place Apartment 

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