Salt Lake City has gathered information for tenants, landlords, and those whose incomes are affected by COVID-19. EPCOR offers property owners, including property management companies and individuals who own a single property, the opportunity to sign up for an Automatic Installation Agreement (API). The Housing Assistance Program was funded by cares Act Funds, which were allocated to the Utah Legislature and distributed to the Utah Housing and Community Development Division. This program aims to help landlords retain or retain, on behalf of their tenants, rental units that are negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Turn on the light on the porch when the power is back on. After completing the repairs, crews patrol the area of the outage to see if the lights are on. First check the fuses and circuit breakers. If the power outage is not caused in the house or store, customers should report the outage to their power supplier. Rocky Mountain Power customers should report an outage by calling toll-free at 1-877-LITES OUT (1-877-548-3768). Good news! You no longer need to fill out a written request every time one of your rented properties is evacuated or you have to worry about the electricity being shut down. An API reduces the risk of power cuts if an account is not in operation in one of your leased assets by automatically transferring electricity services to you or your management company.

We give an account number and commission each property if a tenant leaves, so you don`t have to worry. Utah Community Action Utah Community Action is a nationally recognized provider of comprehensive services for income-earning families. Your six key programmes – Head Start, Adult Education, Case Management & Housing, Nutrition, HEAT and Weatherization – address barriers to empowerment to empower individuals, strengthen families and create communities. On September 1, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) announced a national evacuation moratorium for virtually all tenants in the United States affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This order prohibits landlords from evicting tenants for non-payment of rent until the end of 2020, if tenants have filed a declaration of loss of income or significant medical expenses.. . .