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League weekly COVID-19 update: Sept. 17-23

September 23, 2020
The third CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund installment from the state was distributed to cities on Sept. 17. 
 
Cities can access resources related to CARES Act funding reporting, frequently asked questions, and a user guide on the Department of Finance (DOF)website. The League will continue to share additional information when it is made available.
 
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the first and second round of funding for Homekey, California’s $600 million program to purchase and rehabilitate housing for people experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness. $76.5 million has been awarded for 10 projects in seven jurisdictions, totaling 579 units. Cities and counties selected in the first round of allocations included South Lake Tahoe, Lake Elsinore, El Centro, Pittsburgh, Mendocino County, San Jose, and Kern County. $236 million was awarded in a second round for 20 projects in 12 jurisdictions, totaling 1,810 units. Cities selected in the second round included Oakland, Fresno, Mountain View, Buenaventura, San Francisco, San Diego, and Sacramento.
 
Below is a brief recap of recent and ongoing significant COVID-19 developments.
 
State updates For more information


 
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