Election Day: Find A Polling Location If you haven’t voted early this election year, you can still cast your ballot in person at a polling location. More Info Report Suspicious Ballot BoxesWe’ve partnered with the County’s Registrar Recorder’s Office to develop a new reporting tool giving voters and residents the ability to report damaged Ballot Drop Boxes, and suspicious unofficial ballot drop boxes/ ballot collection. Report It Here
Webinar: Help for HomeownersJoin us tomorrow for another great webinar for homeowners! Interest rates are at record lows and homeowners may have an opportunity to save hundreds of dollars per month on their payments or access the equity in their property to make necessary repairs to their home. Our experts will provide an overview of the refinance process and what you should be aware of when considering a new loan. Sign Up Today! Stay Housed L.A. County Can Help You!
With hundreds of thousands of families in L.A. County struggling to pay rent, it’s important to know that you have rights!Stay Housed L.A. County provides tenants with important information about their rights & the legal assistance to back them up. Learn More
Did you get your stimulus payment? If you haven’t seen your money, you can check the status of your payment on the IRS website. Most people over 18 who make less than $99,000 got a stimulus check of at least $1,200. Remember, this money is yours: It’s not taxable. You won’t need to pay it back. It won’t impact your benefits, or immigration status. There’s no late filing penalty if you don’t owe taxes. It’s simple to claim your stimulus payment if you haven’t already received it. Simply file your income taxes or use the Non-Filer Tool at IRS.gov. The deadline to claim your stimulus check without filing taxes is November 21. People who miss this deadline can also file a 2020 tax return next year to receive the payment in 2021. For answers to your stimulus payment questions, call the United Way’s dedicated Economic Impact Payment Helpline at (844) 322-3639 or see the new guide from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.