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A. It shall be unlawful for any Housing Provider subject to the requirements of this Chapter to produce or disseminate any advertisement related to Housing that expresses, directly or indirectly, that any person with Criminal History will not be considered for the rental or lease of real property or may not apply for the rental or lease of real property, except as required by State or Federal law.

B. The City shall publish and make available to Housing Providers, in English, Spanish, and all languages spoken by more than five percent (5%) of the City’s population, a notice that informs Applicants for Housing of their rights under this Chapter. The notice shall contain the following information:

1. A description of the restrictions and requirements of this Chapter;

2. Instructions for submitting a complaint to the City regarding a violation of this Chapter; and

3. Information about community resources available to assist an Applicant in connection with a violation of this Chapter.

C. Housing Providers subject to the requirements of this Chapter shall prominently display the notice made available pursuant to Section 13.106.050.B. in their application materials, on their websites, and at any rental or leasing offices.

D. In addition to the requirements in Paragraphs A-C of this Section, Affordable Housing Providers shall:

1. Provide any Applicant subject to an Adverse Action a written notice regarding the Adverse Action that includes, at a minimum, the reason(s) for the Adverse Action; instructions regarding how to file a complaint about the Adverse Action with the City, including the deadlines set forth in Section 13.106.090.A; a list of local legal services providers, including contact information; and a copy of any Background Check Report or other Criminal History obtained by the Affordable Housing Provider; and

2. Submit to the City an annual certificate of compliance with the requirements of this Chapter in the form provided by the City. (Ord. 7692-NS § 1 (part), 2020)