Buena Park

Buena Park Offers Up to $1,000 Per Month for Coronavirus Rent Relief

Those who are eligible will receive emergency rental assistance of up to $1,000 per month through December 31, 2020 per household.

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The City of Buena Park will offer financing to help pay rent to families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eligible households will receive emergency rental assistance of up to $ 1,000 per month, through December 31, 2020.

To qualify for financial aid, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Current household income is equal to or less than 60% of median income in Orange County
  • Family income or wages were reduced due to COVID-19
  • Being unemployed due to COVID-19 does not automatically qualify you for assistance. Assistance is based on the total income of all household members.

Applicants must include the following documents when making the request:

  • Head of household (applicant) and co-applicant: valid driver's license or California identification card.
  • Head of household (applicant) and co-applicant: Get your 2019 federal income tax return transcript from the IRS website at https://www.irs.gov/individuals/get-transcript (or 2018 if 2019 not yet was presented).
  • All other household members age 18 and older: Copy of the front page of the federal income tax return, if not on the Head of Household Income Tax Return.
  • Rental / Lease Agreement showing the applicant's name, address, and rental amount.
  • Copies of the social security card (s) or birth certificate (s) of minors that are not included on any household member's federal income tax return.
  • Unemployment benefits letter (showing name, claim date and benefit amount).
  • Employer permit or termination letter.
  • Copies of May 2020 asset statements: checking accounts, savings, certificates of deposit, stocks, bonds, 401k, IRA, etc.
  • Full-time student: evidence of registration with at least 12 units.
  • Utility bills, other monthly bills, credit cards, cable, phone, internet, etc.

To apply online, click here.


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