Emergency Owner Occupied Utility Assistance Program
City of Maywood COVID-19 Emergency Owner Occupied Utility Assistance Program Guidelines
The COVID-19 Emergency Owner Occupied Utility Assistance program provides emergency utility assistance grants to income-eligible households economically impacted during the COVID- 19 pandemic through job loss, furlough or reduction in hours or pay.
Emergency Owner Occupied Utility Assistance grants are payments made on behalf of an income-eligible household, up to $1,500 for a period of 3 month to reduce and/or to prevent utility payment delinquency in arrears as a result of the economic downturn during the COVID-19 pandemic. Applicants will be selected lottery style and there will be 1 round of the Emergency Owner Occupied Utility Assistance. Application will NOT be processed without proper documentation, please attach all supporting documents.
The City of Maywood has partnered with Hub Cities Career Center (HCCC) to assist Maywood residents that were affected by COVID-19. Please note: HCCC will only serve as the processing entity to assist in reviewing applicant’s application and required information/ documents. Applicant household’s eligibility for emergency owner occupied utility assistance will be determined upon submission of a completed application with ALL required information and documents as requested by the City of Maywood under the guidelines of the Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and in compliance with the requirements of the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA). The City of Maywood reviews and approves all Emergency Owner Occupied Utility Program applications.