As of July 1st, all pandemic related eviction protections have expired in Virginia. 

We are now seeing the expected corresponding spike in eviction filings. As part of our work to stem the tide of evictions, we have compiled some important data on evictions in Virginia, know your rights information for tenants facing eviction for nonpayment of rent, and ways to get involved in the fight for housing rights in Virginia. You can navigate using the buttons below or by scrolling down the page. 

If you’re facing eviction for nonpayment of rent and need legal help, you can see how to contact us here.

VIRGINIA EVICTION TRACKER

Virginia - Monthly Eviction Filings Compared (2016-2022)

(hover over line to see values, click on line to isolate that line – updated Sept 7 2022)

Recent Eviction Filings and Year to Date Totals

(hover over or click county/city to see the number of unlawful detainers (evictions) filed in the last month )

Cities that have no data generally indicate that evictions in that city are handled by the surrounding county. 

The Landlords Who Filed the Most Evictions in LAJC Service Areas

as of 8 14 2022
as of 8 14 2022

as of 8 14 2022

ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT BEING EVICTED?

Learn more about your rights as a tenant 

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Have you faced eviction and want to share your story? 

WANT TO HELP MAKE CHANGE?

Are you a resident of our service areas (in and around Charlottesville, Richmond, Petersburg, and Falls Church) and interested in getting involved in our housing work through community organizing or volunteering? 

 

Please fill out the short form below and we will follow up with you.

 Depending on our current capacity and priorities there may not be immediate ways for you to participate.  

MEDIA COVERAGE – LAJC AND THE EVICTION CRISIS

If you need legal help with a housing issue, you can see how to contact us here.

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