LINCOLN, Nebraska (KTIV) - Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts has announced the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
Beginning Monday morning, Feb. 22, the state of Nebraska began excepting applications for the assistance program.
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program is for Nebraska residents that have been unable to pay past rent or future rent after suffering financial loss due to COVID-19.
Renters must meet the income guidelines and be able to prove financial loss directly or indirectly impacted during COVID-19. No one person can receive more than $20,000 in assistance during the life of the program.
For more information or to apply for assistance visit the Nebraska Coronavirus Relief Fund Public Awareness website.