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What Cities Are Part Of The New Cook County Residential Tenant Landlord Ordinance (RTLO)

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On January 28, 2021, the Cook County Commissioners passed the new Residential Tenant Landlord Ordinance (RTLO). The RTLO goes into effect on June 1, 2021 and will bring many changes to owners in the 125 cities in Cook County excluding Chicago, Oak Park, Evanston, and Mt. Prospect, that already have their own version of a rental ordinance.

To be clear for the investors we work with, we created the following list of Cook County Suburbs that the new RTLO will govern.  

  1. Alsip

  2. Arlington Heights

  3. Barrington Hills

  4. Barrington

  5. Bartlett

  6. Bedford Park

  7. Bellwood

  8. Berkeley

  9. Berwyn

  10. Blue Island

  11. Bridgeview

  12. Broadview

  13. Brookfield

  14. Buffalo Grove

  15. Burbank

  16. Burnham

  17. Burr Ridge

  18. Calumet City

  19. Calumet Park

  20. Chicago Heights

  21. Chicago Ridge

  22. Cicero

  23. Country Club Hills

  24. Countryside

  25. Crestwood

  26. Deer Park

  27. Deerfield

  28. Des Plaines

  29. Dixmoor

  30. Dolton

  31. East Dundee

  32. East Hazel Crest

  33. Elgin

  34. Elk Grove Village

  35. Elmwood Park 

  36. Evergreen Park 

  37. Flossmoor 

  38. Ford Heights 

  39. Forest Park 

  40. Forest View 

  41. Franklin Park 

  42. Glencoe 

  43. Glenview 

  44. Glenwood 

  45. Golf 

  46. Harvey 

  47. Harwood Heights 

  48. Hazel Crest 

  49. Hickory Hills 

  50. Hillside 

  51. Hinsdale 

  52. Hodgkins 

  53. Hoffman Estates 

  54. Hometown 

  55. Homewood 

  56. Indian Head Park 

  57. Inverness 

  58. Justice 

  59. Kenilworth 

  60. La Grange Park 

  61. La Grange 

  62. Lansing 

  63. Lemont 

  64. Lincolnwood 

  65. Lynwood 

  66. Lyons 

  67. Markham 

  68. Matteson 

  69. Maywood 

  70. McCook 

  71. Melrose Park 

  72. Merrionette Park 

  73. Midlothian 

  74. Morton Grove 

  75. Niles 

  76. Norridge 

  77. North Riverside 

  78. Northbrook 

  79. Northfield 

  80. Northlake 

  81. Oak Forest 

  82. Oak Lawn 

  83. Olympia Fields 

  84. Orland Hills 

  85. Orland Park 

  86. Palatine 

  87. Palos Heights 

  88. Palos Hills 

  89. Palos Park 

  90. Park Forest 

  91. Park Ridge 

  92. Phoenix 

  93. Posen 

  94. Prospect Heights 

  95. Richton Park 

  96. River Forest 

  97. River Grove 

  98. Riverdale 

  99. Riverside 

  100. Robbins 

  101. Rolling Meadows 

  102. Roselle 

  103. Rosemont 

  104. Sauk Village 

  105. Schaumburg 

  106. Schiller Park 

  107. Skokie 

  108. South Barrington 

  109. South Chicago Heights 

  110. South Holland 

  111. Steger 

  112. Stickney 

  113. Stone Park 

  114. Streamwood 

  115. Summit 

  116. Thornton 

  117. Tinley Park 

  118. University Park 

  119. Westchester 

  120. Western Springs 

  121. Wheeling 

  122. Willow Springs 

  123. Wilmette 

  124. Winnetka 

  125. Worth 

The new RTLO has a wide range of investors that will affect and change the way we all do business in Cook County.  Reach out anytime to discuss exceptions or new approaches to stay in compliance.  As Chicago’s Responsive Property Manager we always enjoy talking to Chicago Landlords and want to help them stay compliant within the new legal landscape that seems to be changing each year.  

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