Burien extends eviction moratorium until state of emergency ends

A ‘Now Leasing’ sign hangs off an apartment building in southeast Portland, Ore. As of October 2021, the most recent data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 67,000 Oregon households reported that they felt “not at all confident” that they would be able to cover the next month’s rent. (AP Photo/Sara Cline)

(AP Photo/Sara Cline)

The Burien City Council voted Thursday to keep its eviction moratorium in place until Governor Jay Inslee says Washington is no longer in a state of emergency.

The moratorium in Burien was set to end on Jan. 15. That time limit is now off the table.

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