Here are list of resources for Sacramento resident's during the COVID-19 crisis:
Sacramento City Council announced moratorium on all COVID 19 related evictions through May 31. However, to gain the protections of the Moratorium, renters MUST notify their landlord IN WRITING before their rent is due, to inform them of impacts on their ability to pay rent resulting from COVID-19, such as reduced hours, layoffs, having to care for children and other family members, and being sick or quarantined themselves.
- Here is a model letter to your landlord the City has prepared here.
- Here is a another version of the letter in English and Spanish
- In addition, Legal Services of Northern California has prepared the following fact sheet to provide critical information. You can find the fact sheet in English and Spanish
- If you are able to offer assistance, or need assistance, two of the organizations that may help now are Meals on Wheels and Sacramento County Food Bank.
- Sacramento schools are closed during this time. A list of pick-up sites for food and schedules is available here.
Reminders for those who live and/or work in Sacramento:
- California’s State Resources for Employers and Workers includes waiving the 1 week waiting period for unemployment and disability insurance.
- You can support Sacramento’s small businesses by ordering take-out, purchasing gift cards now, and shopping online.
- Recommendations from the Sacramento County can be found here along with up-to-date coronavirus news and information.
- Sign up for the city's alert service via email/Phone for official updates here.
- Grocery stores and pharmacies will remain open so there is no need to jam stores or hoard items.
- Those engaged in or requiring essential services can continue their tasks while practicing good sanitation habits and social distancing.
- Exercising out-of-doors at our local parks while practicing social distancing is good for the body and mind.