The Small Business Recovery Program will provide up to $25,000 in forgivable loans and technical assistance to businesses and nonprofits located in the City of Sacramento to financially assist local businesses and nonprofits that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Small Business Recovery Program will be funded by $10 million of the $89 million the City received from the federal stimulus bill, known as the CARES Act.
The application period will be open from Monday, June 29 through Monday, July 13.
Once the application window closes, applications will be screened using specific criteria followed by a lottery/random draw. Funding is expected to be disbursed to selected businesses/nonprofits in early August.
Businesses interested in learning more about the loan program are encouraged to call the Small Business Hotline at (916) 808-7196 or email@example.com.
To mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on Sacramento restaurants and their employees, the City of Sacramento will assist restaurants in temporarily adding or expand their outside dining options to accommodate COVID-19 related health standards. This will assist with business reopening and allow patrons to enjoy Sacramento’s dining options safely under Sacramento’s summer skies.
For questions on the Farm to Fork al Fresco Program email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Small Business Hotline at (916) 808-7196.
The Stockton Blvd Community Development Corporation, in partnership with the Stockton Blvd Partnership raised funds for those impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, which facilitated the distribution thirty one (31) $1,000 grants to small service oriented businesses (e.g. restaurants, retail stores, auto services, hair and nail salons) located along within the Stockton Blvd Property and Business Improvement District (Click here to see map). At this time, we no longer have funds available to grant additional awards. However, we continue to seeking funding to provide additional grants. If you would like to support our efforts please donate HERE.
Seventeen (17) of thirty (30) grants will be given specifically to minority-owned businesses through the Donate4Sacramento Fund and must meet the following qualifying criteria:
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To apply, you must be a licensed and independent service oriented a brick and mortar storefront that offers on service within the Stockton Blvd Property and Business Improvement boundaries. Grants will be provided as long as funds are available, up to $1,000 per grant. Depending on the demand, we unfortunately may not be able to fund all requests.
The application will remain open, but does not guarantee additional funding will be acquired. If you are awarded funds you will be notified no later than seven (7) days after you submitted your application. Please DO NOT CALL TO SEE IF YOU WERE AWARDED FUNDS! Funds continue to be raised so additional resources may become available. Again, we will fund on a first come/first served basis to businesses that meet the qualifying criteria.