Current funding is exhausted. As-of December 15, 2021, applications are no longer being accepted.
The City has requested additional State and Federal funding. Should additional funding become available, qualifying completed applications will receive funding in the order received.
The City of Stockton Emergency Rental Assistance Program requires that the renter's household address be located within the city limits of the City of Stockton. To determine if the address is located within the City of Stockton, please enter the street number and street name using this link:
If you do not live within the city limits of the City of Stockton, please visit the State of California Housing Is Key website for assistance and to determine what resources are available to you.
The best protection against eviction is to know your rights:
The State of California eviction moratorium ended September 30, 2021. State law prevented landlords from seeking eviction of tenants who were eligible for the rent relief program without first completing a rental assistance application with the program.
If the address of your residential rental property is within the city limits of Stockton, a City Ordinance offers additional eviction protection through a moratorium that is in effect until 90-days after the State of California COVID-19 Emergency Declaration is lifted.
State of California - Housing is Key or CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Call Center: 1- 833-430-2122
This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 9/6/2022