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    COVID-19 Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program

    • U.S. Treasury Guidance
    • Eligible Local Governments
    • Application Form
    • NACo Letter to Biden-Harris Transition Team
    • NACo Letter to U.S. Treasury

    On December 27, Congress passed and the president signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, which established a new $25 billion Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program for state, county and municipal governments with populations of over 2000,000 people to assist families struggling to make rental and utility payments. Other counties may receive an allocation from their state, similar to original Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) program under the CARES Act.

    The U.S. Treasury will oversee and administer the new rental assistance program to state and local governments. Rental assistance program payments will be distributed no later than January 27 and will be made availabile until December 31, 2021.

    Please see below for a searchable table that contains projected allocations for eligible county government rental assistance payments from the U.S. Treasury. Please note that these projections are estimates and NOT official U.S. Treasury allocation numbers.

    On December 27, Congress passed and the president signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, which established a new $25 billion Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program for state, county and municipal governments with populations of over 2000,000 people to assist families struggling to make rental and utility payments.
    2021-01-05
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    2021-01-13

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