California COVID-19 Rent Relief Program Dashboard

The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program provides greatly needed rent relief to California landlords and renters who have faced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program dashboard below gives a snapshot view of the program’s progress to date. The dashboard shows the total number of applications received; number of complete household applications and corresponding funds requested; number of households served; average assistance paid to each household served; and total funds paid. It also breaks down the applications by race, ethnicity, age group, gender and Area Median Income (AMI) level.

California COVID-19 Rent Relief Program. Last Data Refresh: July 16, 2021. 
This dashboard does NOT include data for jurisdictions that are not participating in the State program.
Total Complete Applications: 112,491. 
Complete Household Applications:  76,385.
Total Funds Requested: $1,050,048,436. 
Households Served: 10,926. 
Average Assitance: $14,484.
Total Funds Paid: $158,110,671. 
Map of California counties
Total Applications by county:  Fresno, Marin, Monterey, Sacramento, San Diego, San Joaquin: 0 applications. San Benito, Tuolumne, Calaveras, Del Norte, Glenn, Amador, San Joaquin, Lassen, Mariposa, Inyo, Colusa, Mono, Sonoma, Trinity, Plumas, Modoc, Alpine, Sierra: 1-250 applications.  Humboldt, Shasta County, Riverside, Imperial, Kings, El Dorado, Lake, Yuba, Madera, Napa, Sutter, Mendocino, Solano, Nevada, Merced, Siskiyou, Tehema: 250-1000 applications. Los Angeles, Orange, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Ventura, San Bernardino, San Mateo, Alameda, Tulare, Santa Barbara, Yolo, Santa Cruz, Butte, San Luis Obispo, Placer: 1001+ applications. 
Race: White 39.06%, Black or African American 17.13%, American Indian or Alaska Native 1.42%, Asian 9.02%, Other Multi-Racial 18.39%, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 1.08%, Not Reported 13.90%.
Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino 40.11%, Non-Hispanic or Latino 51.53%, Not Reported 8.35%.
Age Group: 18-20 0.73%, 21-30 17.02%, 31-40 30.52%, 41-50 22.16%, 51-60 16.61%, 61-70 6.97%, 71-80 1.72%, 81-90 0.30%, Not Reported 3.96%.
Gender: Female 56.40%, Male 42.99%, Nonbinary 0.61%.
AMI Level: 30% 61.45%, 50% 23.39%, 60% 6.47%, 80% 7.78%, Over AMI 0.92%.
Similarly, for jurisdictions that are operating local programs in parallel to the State program, the dashboard only reflects data for the portion administered by the State.
AMI Level is defined as a household's income level in relation to the median income for the specified area.
All data updates on a Weekly Basis.