COVID-19 Resources for Businesses

City of South El Monte


UPDATE to Eviction Moratorium:

As authorized by Governor Newsom to enact eviction moratoriums to protect residential and commercial tenants from eviction due to hardships caused by COVID-19, the City enacted an eviction moratorium to the fullest extent permitted by law at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Subsequently, the State Legislature enacted different protections for residential tenants experiencing hardships caused by COVID-19.  An explanation of those protections can be found at: https://www.gov.ca.gov/2021/01/29/governor-newsom-signs-legislation-to-extend-eviction-moratorium-and-assist-tenants-and-small-property-owners-impacted-by-covid-19/

Additionally, Governor Newsom’s order authorizing cities to extend their commercial eviction moratoria expired on September 30, 2021.  That meant that the City’s moratorium expired on that date based on the Governor’s order.  However, the Los Angeles County eviction protections replaced the prior protections for tenants experiencing hardships caused by COVID-19 that were previously offered by the City’s moratorium.  The LA County eviction moratorium has been extended through December 31, 2022, subject to specific requirements about rental payments that require careful review by landlords and tenants based on their particular situations.  Please see this FAQ sheet for those requirements: https://dcba.lacounty.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/COVID-19-Tenant-Protections-Resolution-FAQs-1.25.2022.pdf

Please find additional resources available to help those landlords and tenants experiencing hardships caused by COVID-19 and for tenants who need rental assistance.  Tenants can apply for rental assistance funds.  Resources for landlords and tenants can be found at:  https://housing.ca.gov/covid_rr/index.html and https://covid19.lacounty.gov/tenants-and-landlords/




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