Residential Relief Program

Other Assistance Programs

Ramsey County Emergency Assistance
The County's program will fund families at or below 300% of the federal poverty level with past due rent or mortgage payments, past due utilities, damage deposits, or car repairs needed for work transportation.

State of Minnesota COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program
Minnesota Housing is administering the state program, which funds families at or below 300% of the federal poverty level (preference for those at or below 200%) with a variety of housing-related costs, past-due utilities, and more.

Background

On July 20, 2020, the Roseville City Council approved the creation of the Residential Relief Program to use up to $1 million of its federal CARES Act funds to assist residents facing difficulty paying their rent or mortgage due to reduced employment income/hours from the coronavirus pandemic. 

Roseville Relief Funds

Households are eligible for relief of up to $10,000, payable directly to your landlord or mortgage servicer. Funds will be disbursed on a first-come, first-served basis to households that meet the eligibility requirements. Deadline to apply is October 30

Eligibility

  • Roseville residents who have experienced a loss of income, either by loss of employment or reduction in hours, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, verified through pay stubs and/or proof of unemployment
  • Last 30 days of gross household income at or below 400% of federal poverty level, verified through pay stubs and/or unemployment, or attest to having no income
  • Income level prior to loss of income at or below 400% of federal poverty level, verified by 2019 tax return, W2s, or pay stubs
  • Evidence of past-due mortgage (including property tax portion of mortgage payment, if applicable) and rent. Residents must have been current on all payments prior to April 1, 2020
  • NOT ELIGIBLE:
    • Non-Roseville residents
    • Mortgage holders who have been offered, or could obtain, mortgage relief through their lender
    • Renters who were offered rental relief from their landlords

How to Apply

The program is administered by the Community Action Partnership of Ramsey and Washington Counties. Contact them at 651-999-5737 or visit the CAPRW website to start an application.

Household Income Ranges

FPL: Federal Poverty Level

Household Size 200% of FPL300% of FPL400% of FPL
1$25,520$38.280$51,040
2$34,480$51,720$68,960
3$43,440$65,160$86,880
4$52,400$78,600$104,800

 Roseville Relief Program will fund

County/State Programs will fund