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This Ordinance applies to residences within the city of Chicago only. Please see the Exceptions to the RLTO to ensure the law applies to you.
For tenants in suburban Chicagoland, please click here for the law …
What are bed bugs?
Bed bugs are small, wingless insects that feed on the blood of warm-blooded animals. Bed bugs prefer human blood, but can also feed on pets if people aren’t present.
Are bed bugs disease …
Wednesday, June 30th will be your chance to voice your concerns to Mr. Ed Hinsberger, Chicago Multifamily HUD Director, and Mr. George Gilmore, HUD Neighborhood Coordinator.
HUD Subsidized Renters are invited to attend a HUD Townhall …
The Aldermen of the Chicago City Council are elected to represent their constituents: you.
Find your alderman on the list below and make a call voicing your support of tenants’ right to have a voice in …
NOTE: If your landlord lives in your building, see the “Exceptions” note on the right side of this page.
What is my landlord responsible for?
Your landlord has a duty to keep your apartment in …
Special Police Order 93-12
CHICAGO BUILDING CODE RE: PESTS
13-196-630 Residential buildings – Responsibilities of owner or operator.
Every owner or operator must:
(a) Comply with the requirements imposed on him by this chapter;
(b) Maintain in a clean, sanitary …
Tenants impacted by foreclosure: Frequently Asked Questions
What is a foreclosure?
When an owner falls behind in mortgage payments, foreclosure is the court process by which a bank forces the sale of a building used as security …