CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs residents hit hard economically by the Covid-19 crisis can still apply for city rental and utilities assistance, officials said Thursday.

Up to $10,000 in assistance -- coming from Florida through Broward County -- is available to residents who have suffered a loss of income, reduction in hours, or unemployment as a direct result of the pandemic.

According to city officials, residents who wish to apply may stop at the Coral Springs Gymnasium (2501 Coral Springs Drive) with a completed application on Saturday or Sunday.

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After that, residents can drop-off applications with required documents outside City Hall in the drop-box from Nov. 2-6. 

To get the application and learn more, go here:

Gymnasium hours are:

Saturday, Oct. 31 --  9 am - 12 pm

Sunday, Nov. 1 -- 10 am - 12 pm

Read our previous article on the program here.


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