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Yes, residents must meet income qualifications and financial impacts must be as a result of COVID-19, must have current rent/lease agreement.
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City of Chino residents.
Examples included, but are not limited to, loss of employment, reduction of work hours, reduced wages, medical expenses due to COVID-19.
Up to 3 months of rental payments.
It is a grant.
Complete the Emergency Rental Assistance Application (found on the Emergency Rental Assistance Program page), income documentation, rental/lease agreement, proof of COVID-19 financial impact required. A full list of requirements is on the application.
Applications are available for pick up at City Hall, Carolyn Owens Building and on the City website.
By mail or in person.
Submit applications in person at:
Mail your application to:City of ChinoCommunity Services Department13201 Central AvenueChino, CA 91710
Funds are limited. Therefore, applications will be accepted, date stamped and processed in the order received.
Staff will review applications and respond within 14 calendar days, or earlier. If your application is incomplete, you will be given 7 calendar days to submit the missing paperwork.
No. In accordance with HUD rules, City staff will pay your landlord/property management company directly.