After submission, the city has 15 days to approve or deny our proposal for the qualification process.
Aug 2019 – April 2020
Donations will pay for printing our signature pages and for some paid signature-gatherers. According to other cities experienced with this, fundraising is necessary for a successful campaign.
Oct 2019 – April 2020
Under state law, we have 180 days to collect our signatures. We will canvass the city door-to-door and gather signatures from residents at popular locations and events.
qualify for the ballot
Our goal is to submit 15,000 total signatures to ensure that we end up with at least 6,500 qualified signatures.
If we follow these steps, our rent stabilization and tenant protection ordinance will appear as a city measure on the November 2020 ballot.
You can help us tell Burbank voters about the ordinance.
You can help us pay for printing, supplies, and other essentials.
Burbank Tenants’ Rights Committee
BTRC exists to promote a Burbank city measure to stabilize rents and protect tenants from no-fault evictions.
A 501c(4) social welfare organization
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