Tucson's Mayor and Council approved spending $27.1 million ($19.1 million from the City of Tucson and $8 million from Pima County) for the Tucson and Pima County Eviction Prevention/Emergency Rent and Utility Relief Program, after a nearly four-month gap in federal funding.
Through the coordinated efforts of the City, County, and the Community Investment Corporation, both tenants and landlords/property managers (acting on behalf of tenants) can now apply for funds.
Dual enrollment of tenants and landlords is accepted. Funding requests for unpaid rent and utilities are available for up to 12 months in arrears, and three months in advance.
For information, eligibility requirements, and to apply online, visit the Tucson and Pima County Eviction Prevention Program website by clicking here. Those without internet access can call (831) 292-4308 to apply. Bilingual case managers are available.