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Rent Adjustment Commission

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Purpose: The Rent Adjustment Commission of the City of Thousand Oaks is created and organized subject to Section 5-25.03 of the City of Thousand Oaks Municipal Code (Title 5. Public Welfare, Morals, and Conduct. Chapter 25 Mobile Home Rent Stabilization). The Rent Adjustment Commission is responsible for carrying out the provisions of that Chapter and the provisions of any ordinance regulating rents in apartments and mobile home parks.

Members: Commissioners: There are five seated Commissioners who are appointed by the City Council. The commisioners are comprised of one mobile home park (MHP) landlord or agent of the landlord, one MHP tenant and three individuals who are neither a MHP landlord or tenant of a residential rental property. Three alternate Commissioners may be appointed, one each representing landlord, tenant, and another individual who is neither an MHP landlord nor tenant.

The term of office or assignment for each member of the Commission shall be from the date of their appointment while Section 5.25.03 is in effect.

Meetings: As needed.

Mark A. Towne
Community Development Director
(805) 449-2340

Ordinance, Resolutions and Application Form:

Hearing Notices:  The following items are scheduled for public hearing before the Rent Adjustment Commission

  • None

Current Rent Adjustment Applications:

  • None

Processed Rent Adjustment Applications:  The following items are scheduled for public hearing before the Rent Adjustment Commission

Thunderbird Oaks Mobile Home Park

Ranch Mobile Home Park

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