Town of Colmar Manor Mortgage, Rental, and Utility Assistance Program/ Programa de Asistencia para Hipotecas, Alquiler y Servicios Públicos (MRUAP)
To be eligible for the Town’s MRUAP, a household must meet the following requirements:
Household must reside within the boundaries of the Town of Colmar Manor.
Mortgage, rental, and/or utility address must be for an address within the boundaries of the Town of Colmar Manor.
Rental unit must have a valid rental license issued by the Town of Colmar Manor.
Household’s income or assets must have been directly or indirectly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including unemployment, reduction in income, sick and unable to work, incurred a significant increase in household expenses, or experienced other financial hardship related to COVID-19.
Have annual gross household income below the following amounts based upon household size:
Eligible Uses of MRUAP Funds
Town of Colmar Manor MRUAP funds will only be used to assist with outstanding mortgage, rental, and/or utility obligations owed by the household and incurred prior to November 1, 2022. Eligible utilities are water, sewer, gas, and electric.
Amount of Assistance Available
The Town of Colmar Manor has allocated $60,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to MRUAP. While funding is available, the Town will provide up to $1,000 per eligible household to assist with outstanding mortgage, rental, and/or utility obligations.
Elegibilidad del hogar Para ser elegible para el MRUAP del Pueblo, un hogar debe cumplir con los siguientes requisitos:
El hogar debe residir dentro de los límites del Pueblo de Colmar Manor.
La dirección de la hipoteca, el alquiler o los servicios públicos debe ser una dirección dentro de los límites del Pueblo de Colmar Manor.
La unidad de alquiler debe tener una licencia de alquiler válida emitida por la ciudad de Colmar Manor.
Los ingresos o activos del hogar deben haber sido afectados directa o indirectamente por la pandemia de COVID-19, incluido el desempleo, la reducción de ingresos, la enfermedad y la imposibilidad de trabajar, incurrido en un aumento significativo en los gastos del hogar o experimentado otras dificultades financieras relacionadas con COVID-19 .
Tener un ingreso familiar bruto anual por debajo de las siguientes cantidades según el tamaño del hogar:
The COVID-19 public health emergency has impacted the public health and economic needs of households across the United States, including households located in the Town of Colmar Manor. To assist our residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Colmar Manor is seeking proposals from eligible non-profit organizations that will provide programs and services that respond to the public health and economic needs of our residents.
Who May Submit a Proposal? Applicants must:
Be either (1) a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, or (2) a pending 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is awaiting Internal Revenue Service approval and who has a Fiscal Sponsor that is an approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Clearly describe their program and detail how the program will respond to the public health and economic needs of the Town’s residents.
Have a successful track record of serving the Town’s residents in similar programs by clearly documenting previous programs, including the number of Town residents served.
Be in “Good Standing” with the State of Maryland through the Department of Assessments and Taxation.
Be familiar with the United States Department of Treasury’s guidelines and requirements for the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) - Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSLFRF) Program, including the Final Rule.
Agree to comply with the Federal Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (e.g., the “Uniform Guidance”).