Gwinnett County BOC announce use of $28.1 million in stimulus funds for eviction prevention program

Press release from Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Applications open in late April

The Board of Commissioners announced that the County will use more than $28.1 million in stimulus funds from the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program to launch an extension of its Project RESET eviction prevention program. This extension offers up to 15 months of total assistance, which may include rental and/or utility arrears (up to 12 months) and future rental and/or utility assistance if needed.

Applications for this program will open in late April. Payments will be made directly to landlords and utility providers for past-due balances.

Visit to learn more about the program, who qualifies for assistance, required documents for the application submission, and more. Households in immediate need are encouraged to seek resources currently available in the community at

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