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    COVID-19 Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program

    • U.S. Treasury Guidance
    • U.S. Treasury FAQ
    • NACo ERA Survey - New!
    • Analysis of ERA1 and ERA2 Guidance 
    • County-specific Emergency Rental Assistance programs and application information
    • Webinar: COVID-19 Rental Assistance: A Playbook for Program Implementation
    • Webinar: COVID-19 Rental Assistance: A Playbook for Immediate Deadlines and Program Implementation
    • Webinar: Emergency Rental Assistance Programs: Understanding ERAP I and ERAP II
    • Webinar: Emergency Rental Assistance Best Practices

    The American Rescue Plan Act, enacted on March 11, 2021, provided $21.6 billion for an additional round of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program, which was established in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. The funding is for state, county and municipal governments with populations of over 200,000 residents to assist families struggling to make rental and utility payments. Counties with populations below 200,000 residents may receive an allocation from their state.

    The Treasury Department, which is responsible for overseeing and administering the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, has distributed the entire $25 billion provided for the first round of the program and has released FAQs on implementation of the program at the local level.

    The Treasury Department has now released allocations for the second round of funding. Please see below for a searchable table that contains allocations for eligible county government rental assistance payments for this second round of funding. According to the legislation, grantees will recieve no less than 40 percent of their allocation within 60 days of enactment.

    U.S. Treasury Guidance U.S. Treasury FAQ NACo ERA Survey - New! Analysis of ERA1 and ERA2 Guidance  County-specific Emergency Rental Assistance programs and application information Webinar: COVID-19 Rental Assistance: A Playbook for Program Implementation Webinar: COVID-19 Rental Assistance: A Playbook for Immediate Deadlines and Program Implementation Webinar: Emergency Rental Assistance Programs: Understanding ERAP I and ERAP II Webinar: Emergency Rental Assistance Best Practices The American Rescue Plan Act, enacted on March 11, 2021, provided $21.6 billion for an additional round of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program, which was established in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. The funding is for state, county and municipal governments with populations of over 200,000 residents to assist families struggling to make rental and utility payments. Counties with populations below 200,000 residents may receive an allocation from their state. The Treasury Department, which is responsible for overseeing and administering the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, has distributed the entire $25 billion provided for the first round of the program and has released FAQs on implementation of the program at the local level. The Treasury Department has now released allocations for the second round of funding. Please see below for a searchable table that contains allocations for eligible county government rental assistance payments for this second round of funding. According to the legislation, grantees will recieve no less than 40 percent of their allocation within 60 days of enactment.
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The American Rescue Plan Act, enacted on March 11, 2021, provided $21.6 billion for an additional round of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program, which was established in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. The funding is for state, county and municipal governments with populations of over 200,000 residents to assist families struggling to make rental and utility payments. Counties with populations below 200,000 residents may receive an allocation from their state.

The Treasury Department, which is responsible for overseeing and administering the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, has distributed the entire $25 billion provided for the first round of the program and has released FAQs on implementation of the program at the local level.

The Treasury Department has now released allocations for the second round of funding. Please see below for a searchable table that contains allocations for eligible county government rental assistance payments for this second round of funding. According to the legislation, grantees will recieve no less than 40 percent of their allocation within 60 days of enactment.

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