If you have applied in Round 1, please DO NOT use the new application, instead go to the simplified August Re-Application. You should use the re-application regardless of your application’s status. You will need your name and application ID.
Alachua County has allocated $21.1 million of the CARES Act federal funding award to be used for individual assistance for Alachua County residents.
Each eligible household may be awarded up to $6,600 in assistance for 3/1 - 8/31/2020.
For assistance please call 352-309-2505.
Brief Description of Primary Eligibility Requirements:
Alachua County Resident
Primary residence for the entire period from May 1, 2020 through the date of application.
Address is within Alachua County (including municipalities within Alachua County)
One application per household.
Household is defined as all legally related individuals residing at a single address.
US Citizen or Legal Resident Alien as of date of application.
Limit is based on estimated FY 2020 total income, including COVID-19 health emergency impacts.
Documentation of economic impact due to COVID-19 public health emergency
Loss of income and/or increased expenses
Description of Financial Difficulty
Rent or Mortgage, Utilities, Cell/Phone/Internet, Vehicle, Childcare, difficulty making basic living expense payments or currently late/delinquent
Compliance with Alachua County Public Safety Emergency Orders
Brief Description of Documentation Needed
- A recent utility bill showing the name of the applicant and their address as proof of Alachua County Residency.
- Proof of current annual income (e.g., most recent pay stub, unemployment report)
- Proof of reduction in income, if applicable (e.g., letter from employer, pre and post-impact pay stubs, prior year's tax returns)
- Social security numbers for all household members will be required to be submitted after approval of application but prior to payment of award.
Important Items to Note
The application may not be saved. If you exit your browser or use the back button, your data will need to be reentered.
All documentation must be uploaded as a part of the initial application. Missing documentation will delay your award and or result in application denial, requiring resubmittal of entire application.
The funding awarded is Federal Grant Funding and as such, misuse or abuse of this application may result in legal consequences including prosecution and fines.