City of Irving Rental Assistance Programs

The City of Irving offers two Rental Assistance Programs to help individuals and family that have been economically impacted due to COVID-19 or other factors. 

Each of the programs are unique in the type and amount of assistance covered, length of assistance, eligibility requirements, guidelines and funding source. 

See below to learn more about these programs.

Visit the Community Resources page for more assistance programs available from community organizations. 

Have questions? Call (972) 721-4899

Rental Assistance Program for Residents

Rental assistance Programs administer by City of Irving Staff 

These programs provided short-term rental assistance to low-income Irving residents who have an economic hardship, received a Notice to Vacate or Late Payment, and who annual household income is at or below 80% AMI. Learn more about the City of Irving's rental program.

Rental Assistance Programs administer by Catholic Charities of dallas

***Please Note: At this time, this program is no longer taking any new applications. Catholic Charities will continue to process applications that have already been submitted as long as funding is available. Submission of an application does not guarantee that the application will be funded.

The Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) assists households that are unable to pay rent and utilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic whose income is at or below 80% AMI. As per federal regulation, this program prioritizes assistance to households with incomes less than 50% area median income and to households with one or more members that have been unemployed for at least 90 days.  Program is administered by Catholic Charities on behalf of the City of Irving. Learn more about the city's ERAP program.

For assistance completing the online application, Catholic Charities staff will be available at City of Irving facilities weekly, Tuesday through Saturday. For an appointment, email Catholic Charities or call (214) 257-0674.


Visit for a list of community organizations that provide housing and utility assistance.

Family Size
Moderate Income (80% AMI)