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Renters must do this to avoid eviction

By Catherine Reagor and Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic

Arizona renters struggling due to COVID-19 have gained more time to avoid eviction, but they must submit new paperwork to their landlords by Aug. 22 to keep their homes.

Under Gov. Doug Ducey’s extension of the state’s eviction moratorium through Oct. 31, renters must:

  • Re-notify the landlord of their hardship.
  • Show proof of their ongoing hardship.
  • Request a payment plan from their landlord.
  • Show they have completed an application for rental aid.

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