This program will provide rental assistant to residents with unpaid back rent due to COVID-19 income loss.
The City of Aurora Financial Empowerment Center offers residents free one-on-one professional financial counseling that can help individuals and families with low and moderate incomes manage their finances; access safe and affordable mainstream online banking products; pay down debt; and increase savings, and establish and build credit.
This is a crowdsource tool that captures the different publicly and privately funded programs and opportunities to support economic recovery efforts for our business, nonprofit and general resident communities. Data included in this resources are national, state and local in nature. There is something for most, seeking economic support as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Town officials worked with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) to create parking spaces for online buyers and sellers. Two spaces at the local RNC lot are painted bright orange and marked with Online Purchasing Zone signage. CCTV cameras are placed on the Safe Exchange Zone to monitor interactions. Zone users feel greater comfort in completing online exchanges in public instead of homes or businesses.
The OneBlink partnership yielded a mobile app that allows any resident to request waste collections. Each address is eligible for up to four free special collections per year beyond regularly scheduled pickups. Cumberland added a reporting feature in the app to help residents inform officials of illegal dumping in their neighborhoods. The app includes reminders about collection schedules and confirmations of completed requests.