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Before beginning the application,
make sure you are eligible to apply.
Answer the following questions.
1. Are you a resident within the CCED Sales Tax District?
boundaries are Indiana Avenue on the east, The Paseo Boulevard on the west, 9th
Street on the north, and Gregory Boulevard on the south (see map above).
If you do not live within the boundaries of the CCED Sales Tax District and need assistance, please visit www.kcmo.gov/renthelp to learn more about other agencies able to serve KCMO residents.
2. Have you lost income because of the pandemic (laid off, loss
of hours, furloughed), or are at risk of eviction/foreclosure, and can prove
accept an unemployment letter or dated letter from employer stating
furlough/layoff/termination/reduction of hours; and/or a notice of eviction/foreclosure, overdue rent/mortgage; and/or utility bill showing past-due/shutoff status.
3. Is your household income at or below 80% of Area Median
Income, as set by the Department of Housing and Urban Development?
team will also need to verify this, as a required part of the application
review process (see chart above).
If you answered “yes” to these questions, you may move
forward with applying to the “CCED Essential Services Fund”.
Applications that are incomplete and without the proper
required documentation will not be considered for an award.
CCF reserves the right to make all award determinations.