Do you own or manage a rental property in Wyoming? Please join the March 25 virtual town hall to learn more about the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).
During the town hall, landlords will learn how to increase their cash flow by helping eligible renters apply for ERAP. The town hall will cover eligible renters and expenses, the application process, how to receive up to 18 months in advance rent and the authenticity of letters of intent for those without a current residence.
Here is the direct link for the March 25 virtual town hall, which starts at 1:30 p.m., at https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89105111277pwd=b0k2Wm91ZE5hZXBqN2lacFBDREloZz09
We understand that many landlords count on rental payments to cover their mortgage, operating expenses and other bills. ERAP pays landlords and utility companies for unpaid bills on behalf of eligible Wyoming households, including those who are homeless or without a current residence. As of March 11, landlords have directly received $18.1 million for rental properties located in Wyoming.
The Wyoming Department of Family Services, with assistance from the Department of Workforce Services, is administering the state’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), a U.S. Treasury initiative passed through the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 and expanded by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. Learn more at dfs.wyo.gov/erap.
If you have questions regarding your application, please call 877-WYO-ERAP
If you have programmatic questions, please email RentalAssistance@wyo.gov
Please continue to visit our website for the latest information at dfs.wyo.gov/erap.