Funding and Website for Rental Assistance Pima County and the City of Tucson have rolled out a website to provide funding and information to Landlords and Tenants due to the COVID Pandemic. Link below: https://tucsonpimaep.com/ The City/County have received $51 million for rental assistance. The website has to date only had a “soft” opening, but there is already a wait list. We encourage all eligible tenants and landlords to review the information provided on this site. Case Update The Texas Courts issued a ruling on one of the more prominent cases challenging the CDC Eviction Moratorium on February 25,...
Pima County to Remove Tenants from Waitlist for Assistance if Action is not Taken
Regarding Eviction Prevention Assistance Funding: On Friday, March 5, at 10 a.m. all current waitlist Tenants & Landlords will be sent a REQUIRED ELIGIBILITY FORM. In order to stay on the waiting list, Tenants must complete this REQUIRED ELIGIBILITY FORM within five business days, by March 11, 2021 OR they will be put on inactive status for Rental Assistance. If it is sent to the Landlord, you MUST forward it to the tenant to complete. Please connect with any resident who is delinquent before March 11th and assist them in completing this information or adding them to the waitlist...
March 2021 Newsletter
March 2021 Newsletter
App to Help Arizona Tenants find Resources
Arizona has launched an Eviction Prevention and Rental Assistance App to help Arizona residents find statewide rental assistance resources. COVID Information and Referrals The app is available for both English and Spanish Speakers. Through the above links, tenants can find resources available depending on their zip code and the type of assistance needed (rent, utilities, food etc.) The program is linked to Arizona’s 211 Crisis Hotline Program. For residents who have hearing issues they may use Arizona Relay (800-367-8939) and dial 877-221-8661 for assistance.
Pima County Board of Supervisors Action Puts Communities at Risk
On February 2, 2021 the Pima County Board of Supervisors addressed an agenda item titled eviction prevention. There was no information provided in writing, thereby making it impossible for the public to address the topic in writing prior to the meeting, and a vote was taken on an oral motion. Pursuant to this oral motion the Pima County Board of Supervisors voted to extend CDC Eviction Moratorium Protection to tenants being evicted for noncompliance issues unless the issue was criminal activity. The Property Management and Landlord community has been busy trying to determine what happened and why. While many people,...
February 2021 Newsletter
February Brunch with Blythe
We hope you can join us Friday, February 19, 2021 for Brunch with Blythe. Flyer Below. February
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January 2021 Newsletter
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