Santa Rosa mulls enforcement action at apartment complex without hot water

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Santa Rosa may force a large apartment complex to house tenants in a hotel after property managers offered up two vacant units for showers to make up for days without hot water, despite the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Code enforcement staff Monday and Tuesday investigated two separate water-related issues affecting residents of the 390-unit Annadel Apartments complex on Jennings Avenue in north Santa Rosa, according to Jesse Oswald, the city’s chief building official.

Not having running water, in the cold of December or in any month, flies in the face of California’s health and safety codes for habitable spaces.

“For something like this, we would want them to get it taken care of as immediately as possible,” Oswald said.

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