SACRAMENTO — Acting to implement emergency legislation to help families who face economic uncertainty because of the drought, the Department of Housing and Community Development recently announced that $21 million in funding for rental assistance will soon be available.
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Funding is provided through the emergency drought legislation signed by Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. and will be offered to eligible Californians and communities in the coming months as economic impacts from the drought are expected to peak.
The April 7 announcement opened the public comment periods for three separate emergency rental assistance efforts:
Direct all comments to: Public Comments for Drought Assistance Department of Housing and Community Development, PO Box 952054 Sacramento 94252-2054, Attention – Susan Naramore or [email protected] Add “Public Comments for Drought Assistance” in the subject line.