Long Term Rentals
The City of Inglewood Housing Protection Department Long-Term Rental Division (HPLTR) is responsible for monitoring and enforcing the City’s rent regulations and just cause eviction protections.
The City’s online Inglewood Residential Registry System will allow Property Owners and Landlords to submit residential property information to meet the registration requirements set forth in Inglewood Municipal Code Section 8-126.
Property Owners and Landlords are able to register their properties by logging into the online Inglewood Residential Registry System as well as verify registration information and submit requests for any exemptions.
Registrations completed between April 1, 2022 and April 30, 2022, will be responsible for paying the Registration fee regardless of their property type and exemption status. Late penalties will be imposed starting May 1, 2022.
Registration fees are intended to recover the City’s reasonable costs associated with enforcing its Housing Protection regulations as set forth in Chapter 8 (Articles 9 and 10) of the Inglewood Municipal Code, and related inspection programs.
All residential properties with two (2) or more units and/or properties owned by a Company, Corporation, LLC, LP, REIT, etc., must register annually with HPLTR. After the program commences, new property owners have 30 days to register their residential property.
All properties with rental units must provide each tenant with a Registration Certificate declaring that the property is subject to or exempt from the Housing Protection Ordinance (HPO) and post a copy of the Registration Certificate in a conspicuous location on the property for all residents to view. Click here to download the English HPO or the Spanish HPO.