September 24, 2020 - Multnomah County passed Ordinance 1287 which extends the Statewide Eviction Moratorium that is scheduled to end September 30, 2020 - through the end of Multnomah County's "Emergency Period" - scheduled to end January 8, 2021.
If your rental property is located in Multnomah County and a tenant has been unable to pay rent due to the Pandemic, a landlord may not deliver a notice of termination of a rental agreement based on a tenant's nonpayment balance; initiate or continue an action under ORS 105.110 to take possession of a dwelling unit based on a notice of termination for nonpayment delivered on or after October 1, 2020; or take any action that would interfere with a tenant's possession or use of a dwelling unit based on a tenant's nonpayment balance; assess a late fee or any other penalty on a tenant's nonpayment; or report a tenant's nonpayment balance as delinquent to any consumer credit reporting agency.
Following the emergency period (Multnomah County only) a tenant with an outstanding nonpayment balance has a six-month grace period to pay the outstanding payment balance.
This is for properties in Multnomah County only.
If you are unsure in which county your property resides, please contact our office.