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A few months after adopting the Residential Rental Inspection Program (RRIP), aimed to ensure that owners of long-term rental properties comply with current health and safety standards, the City of Arcata announced that registration for the program opens next week.  
Press release from the City of Arcata:
Registrations for the Residential Rental Inspection Program (RRIP) will open Monday, July 3 for property owners and property managers through a dedicated online platform.
On March 1 the Arcata City Council unanimously approved the RRIP. All one and two-family rental units are subject to the RRIP, exemptions to the program include multi-family apartments, mobile home parks and units constructed within the last 5 years.
The goal of the RRIP is to promote the health and safety of City neighborhoods. Eligible properties shall be registered within six months. The application will be available on the main page of the City’s website. Applicants can also use arcataca.viewpointcloud.com/categories/1089 to find the application.

For more information, please reach out the Building and Engineering Department at RRIP@cityofarcata.org or (707) 822-5956. You can also visit us at cityofarcata.org/rrip for more information.
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