Gov. Holcomb Takes More Actions to Protect Hoosiers During Public Emergency

Governor Eric J. Holcomb took additional unprecedented actions today to protect and support Hoosiers during the COVID-19 outbreak. Actions include:

Housing

  • No residential eviction proceedings or foreclosure actions may be initiated during the public health emergency. This does not relieve the individual of obligations to pay rent or mortgage payments.
  • All public housing authorities are requested to extend deadlines for housing assistance recipients and required documentation to show eligibility for housing programs.

For more information, please see Executive Order 20-06.

Economy

  • Providers of essential utility services such as gas and electric, broadband, telecom, water and wastewater services are prohibited from discontinuing service to any customer during the public health emergency.

For more information, please see Executive Order 20-05.

Each of the Governor’s Executive Orders can be found here.

For questions, or guidance about these Executive Orders, please contact a member of the IHCDA team.

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