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Pima supervisors OK continued free legal help for tenants facing eviction

Low-income Pima County residents facing eviction will continue to have free legal help next year after the Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 to spend $425,000 on the Emergency Eviction Legal Services program.... Read more»

Young Tucson biz owners of color fund their ideas with $10k, zero-interest community loans

A group of 16 entrepreneurs who identfiy as Black, Indigenous or people of color are getting support for their innovations and business ideas from a $10,000, interest-free loan started by the Community Investment Corporations, a local nonprofit. ... Read more»

$36M in Tucson & Pima rent help to get out 'quickly' during 60-day eviction halt

There is still nearly $36 million in emergency rental assistance available in the Tucson area, and on Friday local leaders committed to distributing it quickly during the 60-day extension of the eviction moratorium.... Read more»

Local BIPOC entrepreneurs eligible for $10k no-interest biz loans

A community initiative aimed at "flipping the script" on access to capital will provide up to $10,000 in interest-free, three to five-year loans to selected local entrepreneurs who identify as Black, indigenous or people of color. ... Read more»

Landlords urged to be 'patient' with COVID rent assistance still available in Tucson, Pima County

More than $20 million remains in a local fund to support tenants and landlords affected by COVID-19, officials said, asking property owners to hold off on evictions. The program can cover up to 15 months of rent.... Read more»