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Yes, as long as your residence is served by Fairview utilities.
Yes. We encourage you to apply. Any relief granted will be in the form of a check to be used to assist in paying your rent.
Unfortunately, no, landlords are not eligible for relief. However, your tenants may apply and use the relief they receive toward their rent.
Yes, you may apply for residential relief on behalf of your home based business under the Residential Relief Program.
No, in order to assist the largest number of residents, the program is limited to one credit per property (apartment complexes may receive multiple credits, but only one credit per unit).
No, since your lost income has been made up via alternate programs, you are not currently eligible.
Yes. This assistance programs end August 31, 2020. The City Council may revisit and extend it. We encourage you to submit your application early as there are limited funds available and if the demand is high applications will be funded on a first-come, first-served basis.
No. The loss can happen any time during the period from March 16, 2020 to August 31, 2020.
Yes. Your loss in income does not have to occur over a four-month period (E.g. Your entire loss in income may have occurred in one month).