The first round of CARES funding has ended, the second round of funding for mortgage and rental assistance will begin on November 19th at 8:00 AM.
For those wishing to download applications for rental or mortgage assistance please click the Residents button above or select Residents in the menu to the left, download links will be at the bottom of the page.
Due to COVID risks, the Nassau CARES office will no longer be open to the public. If you have documents to deliver to the CARES Team, please leave them in the locked drop box located outside of the James Page Governmental Complex at 96135 Nassau Place Yulee Fl, 32097 .
The submittal period for the Nassau CARES grant applications for the second round of funding will begin on Thursday November 19th, 2020 and be open through Monday November 30th, 2020. Applicants will be notified of their award beginning Tuesday December 1, 2020 via email or phone call using the information provided within their application.
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Nassau County CARES Act Information
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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act has authorized more than $2 trillion to counter the impact of COVID-19 and its effects on individuals, families, governments and businesses.
On July 1, 2020, Nassau County received the first part of its CARES allocation - $3,866,095. It is also eligible for another $11,598,285 on a reimbursement basis.
The Board of County Commissioners has allocated its CARES funding in order to best respond to the needs of Nassau County residents while complying with the CARES Act Requirements. The breakdown of services is as follows:
Economic Support & Recovery - $3,406,293
Small Business Assistance
- Funds can only be used for expenses not covered by other resources
- Business must have 19 or fewer full-time equivalent employees
- 2019 revenues of less than $2.0 million
- The business owner must be a Nassau County resident
- Maximum award per business is $10,000
Safe at Work
- Funds can be used for unanticipated and unfunded expenses incurred due to COVID-19
- Includes items such as personal protective equipment (PPE) for businesses, cleaning supplies, or technology enhancements for remote work access
Public Safety and Public Health Services – these expenditures have countywide benefit - $8,372,369
COVID-19 Expenditure Recovery
- Decontamination equipment, ventilation improvements, and increased public health prevention measures
Facilities – Operations Improvements
- Decontamination equipment for public safety vehicles
- Updated response protocols
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Purchases of PPE for county, constitutional, elected official or municipal personnel
- Increased public health prevention measures for non-congregate sheltering
- Preparedness for government buildings, facilities, or non-congregate sheltering
Reserve for Unmet Needs - $2,537,820
- In the event of future unexpected needs, such as testing, contract tracing, food stabilization or non-congregate sheltering, the County is able to make adjustments as need to optimize the County’s use of the CARES Act funds