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What is the purpose of the Residential Rental Inspection Program?
In 1991, the El Cerrito City Council adopted rules and regulations to implement the rental housing inspection program which is codified in Section 16.30 of the El Cerrito Municipal Code. The purpose of the program is to assure that rental housing units in the City are maintained in a safe and habitable condition and comply with all codes and standards applicable to rental housing.
Section 16.30.040 of the El Cerrito Municipal Code (ECMC) requires that each rental unit in the City be inspected every two years. If the property is in compliance with applicable codes and standards, a certificate of compliance shall be issued to the property owner.

Residential Rental Inspection Program

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1. What is the purpose of the Residential Rental Inspection Program?
2. What are the steps of the Rental Inspection Program for an owner?
3. Are Section 8 units exempt from the City's Rental Inspection Program?
4. I can't make the date of inspection, can I re-schedule?
5. What do you look for during an inspection?
6. What happens if violations are noted during the inspection?
7. What if the violations aren't corrected within the time period provided?
8. Will the property owner receive documentation of the Residential Rental Inspection Program results?
9. What if violations of the Residential Rental Inspection Program occur during the two-year period?
10. Is a business license required for rental property in El Cerrito?
11. Who do I contact about the Residential Rental Inspection Program?

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