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Emergency Renters' Assistance Program

City of Los Angeles Emergency Renters Assistance Program

PROGRAM UPDATE (April 2, 2022)

The City of Los Angeles Emergency Renters Assitance Program (ERAP) is CLOSED.

To look up the status of a City of LA application which begins with the prefix “EN” or “LL” please check below:

Please click here to find your status

Angelenos who applied to the State of California “HousingIsKey” program at, can check their status of their application by calling the State ERAP hotline at (833) 430-2122, in multiple languages or click here.

For questions regarding your City of LA application, please email and provide your application number.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tenants FAQs

Landlords FAQs

Additional Information

> Regardless of participation in any rental assistance program, all tenants impacted by COVID-19 are still protected by both city and state emergency renter protections currently in effect.

> Emergency Renters Assistance Program (ERAP) tracker. View progress and data of the 2021 ERAP.


Please be aware of scammers. City employees will not ask you for personal information, such as your Social Security Number, over the telephone related to this Initiative. Please use a secure means to transmit personal contact information to the City for this Initiative.

Any personal information provided to the department may be considered public records subject to public disclosure by requesting parties, pursuant to the California Public Records Act, though certain confidential information may be redacted prior to disclosure to requesting parties.

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Emergency Renters Assistance Fund

This is a donation page (not application for assistance). LAHD is accepting donations to assist renters/landlords with rent. Your kind donation will help low-wage workers who are facing extreme economic hardship due to COVID-19. Donations to this fund will assist renters in the City of Los Angeles to be able to stay in their homes.



To assist residential renters who have been economically impacted by the Coronavirus, the Mayor and the City Council have adopted tenant protections on evictions and rent increases in the City of Los Angeles.

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Renter Protection

Stay Housed L.A.

Stay Housed L.A. is a partnership between Los Angeles County, the City of Los Angeles and local community and legal service providers. The program provides information and resources to keep people of Los Angeles in their homes.

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