The city of Litchfield Park announced Monday, June 29 that in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city and Maricopa County are providing financial assistance for rent, utility/water bills and security deposits to low-to-moderate income residents in need.
“The County’s Human Services Department will provide emergency assistance for up to a period of three consecutive months to households that meet the income requirements and demonstrate a financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,” according to a city of Litchfield Park news release.
To qualify, gross family income must be no greater than the following:
Family of 1: $43,600/year
Family of 2: $49,800/year
Family of 3: $56,050/year
Family of 4: $62,250/year
Family of 5: $67,250/year
Family of 6: $72,250/year
Residents who believe they qualify for the program and who need assistance may call 602-506-2000.