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In response to COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout, many local organizations in Richmond, California are creating or expanding rental assistance programs to support individuals and families impacted by the pandemic.
View our list of rent assistance resources below. This list is intended to guide Richmond residents and property owners to access programs that may be available to you. If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact the Richmond Rent Program by phone (510) 234-RENT  or by email at email@example.com..
Visit our Resources page for other relevant information for Richmond landlords and tenants regarding legal services, rent and housing programs, and more!
California COVID-19 Rent Relief
In accordance with Senate Bill 115, applications are no longer open for the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Program. State law extends eviction protections until June 30, 2022, for qualifying applications received by March 31. But eviction protections do not extend for non-payment of rent after March 31. That means tenants must pay rent and utility bills beginning April 1, 2022.
De acuerdo con el Artículo 115 del Senado, las solicitudes ya no están abiertas para el Programa de Alivio de Renta de CA COVID-19. La ley estatal extiende las protecciones de desalojo hasta el 30 de junio de 2022, para las solicitudes que califiquen recibidas antes del 31 de marzo. Pero las protecciones de desalojo no se extienden por falta de pago de la Renta después del 31 de marzo. Eso significa que los inquilinos deben pagar la Renta y las facturas de servicios públicos a partir del 1 de abril de 2022.
The Richmond Rent Program is proud to be part of the West Contra Costa COVID Community Cares Coalition. Launched the week after shelter-in -place took effect, the coalition engages over 90 cross-sector stakeholders including community partners and non-profits, the City, the West Contra Costa Unified School District, the County, local and regional coalitions, and funders.
Richmond Rapid Response Fund (R3F) was born from this community-centered process. The R3F will provide, coordinate, and advocate for direct resources and supports to heal our community in the wake of these ongoing crises and systemic racism. Beyond this pandemic, the fund will create healing centered, racially just policies, practices, and investments for long term community transformation.