Lloyd Management

Resident Resources

Current Residents: To contact us, please use one of the options below.

Contact Us By Phone: (888) 625-5573
Contact Us By Mail: 135 West Lind Street, Mankato, MN 56001
Contact Us By E-mail: Please complete the form below. Please note, contacting us with this form keeps you anonymous unless you enter your name and contact information. If you would like us to respond, you will need to include your name and contact information.


At Lloyd Management, our number one priority is to ensure all of you, our residents, have a safe and stable place to call home. With the increase of hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to share a list of resources with you. Although our offices are closed to in-person visits, we’re available by phone or email and we’re happy to help in any way!




  • State of MN Assistance: If you need help paying for food, other essentials, or childcare, you can apply online for emergency cash assistance, food benefits, and childcare assistance. To apply, click here. 

  • United Way: Emergency assistance is being offered for essential items such as food and housing bills. To apply: Dial 211 or (612) 291-0211 or click here.

  • Bridge to Benefits: This program offers a variety of assistance to eligible households affected by COVID-19 in Minnesota. Assistance types include medical, food, child care, and finances.

    • To view a list of assistance offered, click here.

    • To see if you or your household qualify for this assistance, click here.

  • Greater MN Housing Fund - Emergency COVID Rent Relief Program: Temporary rent assistance to those affected by COVID-19. To qualify, applicants must meet various criteria and the property must be funded through the Greater MN Housing Fund. For more information, click here.

  • ESUSU Rent Relief Fund: This program offers interest-free loans to qualifying applicants. For more information, visit their website by clicking here.



If your work hours have been reduced or eliminated, apply for unemployment insurance immediately. To apply, click here. Their phone lines are reserved for those who don’t have internet access or who don’t speak English. If this applies to you, call to apply at (877) 898-0909.

Changes were recently made to provide more income and to cover a larger number of workers who are not normally eligible. Changes include:

  • An additional $600 per week for up to four months will be paid on top of regular state unemployment.

  • The benefit period allowed was increased by 13 weeks to offer those already enrolled but nearing the end of benefits.

  • The following workers are now eligible for benefits: freelancers, independent contractors, self-employed, those with limited work history, and those with reduced hours.



To find a food shelf in your area, click here.



  • Energy Assistance Program: Offering assistance with paying utility bills. At this time, a disconnect notice is not necessary to receive the assistance. For more information or to apply, click here. 

  • Individual Utility Companies: Most utility companies are suspending disconnections and/or late fees for those who have been affected because of a COVID-19 hardship. Please check with your local company for additional information. Please Note: Most companies will require that you contact them to explain your hardship in order to receive the waived fees or disconnection suspension.



  • Phone/Internet Service: Many companies are offering free internet service to those who do not currently have in-home service. In addition, many are waiving late fees and suspending disconnections. Please check with your provider for additional information.
    • Comcast: Offering 60-days of free access to Xfinity WiFi hot spots, including non-subscribers. Current subscribers will receive free unlimited data at no charge. Disconnections and late fees have been suspended.

    • AT&T: Current subscribers will receive free unlimited data at no charge. Disconnections and late fees have been suspended.

    • Verizon: Disconnections and late fees have been suspended.

    • Charter: Offering broadband, Wi-Fi internet, and hot spots for 60 days to households with K-12 students or college students who don’t already have a subscription. 



We understand there may be a delay in your ability to access benefits, therefore, making it difficult to make your full rent payment. If that’s the case, please talk to us. We are offering a number of rent flexibility options including payment plans, waived late fees, and other options. We’re all in this together and all deserve safe and clean housing. If rental payments stop flowing, community stability and safety will be disrupted, just when peace of mind is most needed. 



According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), early-stage Coronavirus symptoms are similar to the common cold and could include any or all of the following:

  • Fever

  • Cough

  • Shortness of breath

  • Muscle pain

  • Tiredness

For additional information, please visit any of the following:


Helpful Links:

 - Online Payment Instruction

 - WIPS (Walk-In Payment System) -  Payment Locations

 - Residents Rights & Responsibilities

 - MN Statute regarding written notice to vacate

 - Minnesota Housing Finance Agency

 - US Department of Housing & Urban Development

Minnesota Department of Human Services


Maintenance Requests:

 - Maintenance Request Form


Compliance Forms:

 - Section 8 Properties: Interim Change Request

 - Section 8 Properties: EIV & You Brochure


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Apartment and townhome availability and rental fees are subject to change without notice.