What do the yellow and red tag colors mean?

The tag colors rate occupancy risk, with yellow indicating medium risk and red indicating high risk:

  • Red-tagged units - Once vacated, residents may not re-enter until the City deems the units to be safe.
  • Yellow-tagged units - Residents may only re-enter yellow-tagged to retrieve personal belongings.

Regardless of tag color, the condominiums must be vacated in order to keep residents out of harm’s way, and for the engineers and inspectors to safely assess and test all areas of concern, and determine what repairs are necessary.

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1. Why was my condominium tagged?
2. What do the yellow and red tag colors mean?
3. When do I have to leave my condominium?
4. Is there any financial assistance to help me with renting a new place?
5. Where can I get help finding a new place to rent?
6. When can I return to my condominium?
7. Can the City provide me legal assistance?
8. I own and live in my condominium. Am I eligible for temporary relocation assistance?
9. Is there an appeals process available?