Also ask your real estate agent for a status on close he or she should be coordinating the close of escrow with all of the parties involved.
Good luck and congratulations on soon becoming a homeowner!
I have delt with an issue somewhat like your situation, submit another extenision (consult with with you agent) if you're not near closing within 5 days of your extension expiring. Down payment assistance programs work on their time-frame, not the escrow's or lender's time-frame. Your agent has to keep on top of everything from here on.
Although, Trulia is a good place to get questions answered, talk to your agent and have your agent talk to his broker for answers or suggestions.
BTW, everyone in this process wants this to workout and close at the end, it's all about communicating with everyone involved.
Hope this helps,
Jes Sierra, B.Sc.
Are the docs critical to the city's decision to approve? or to release the funds? There is a difference. If to approve, may be 11 days is not enough so you may need to ask for another extension. If to release, may be 11 days is sufficient to close by 9/15th.
Your agent and escrow are coordinators, they are NOT decision makers. You need to be in regular contact with you lender AND the City of Perris office that is processing the assitance request to nudge them to move your request forward ... because you are the borrower...not your agent or escrow.