Small Biz

Roseville Small Business Stabilization Program

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To help small businesses with the impacts of COVID-19, the City of Roseville is providing zero-interest loans from its $1 million Roseville Small Business Stabilization Program. 

See the following criteria for financial support:



U.S. Small Business Administration offers disaster assistance loans

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Learn more and apply online



Resources

Local

Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


If your business or employees need guidance or tips on how to navigate the impacts of COVID-19, connect with the chamber. Learn more. 

Be sure to share if you're open for business by using the online form.


Small Business Development Center

Businesses are strongly encouraged to sign up for the Small Business Development Center’s free services online, or call the Sierra SBDC directly at (530) 582-5022 to be connected to a professional business advisor.  

SBDC's website is continuously updated with new resources and information. Live and recorded webinar series on available direct assistance for businesses is also available. Learn more. 


City of Roseville Jobs
Visit roseville.ca.us/jobs to apply for current opportunities. 


State

Executive Order to Help Small Business During Crisis
On March 30, Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order that will provide tax, regulatory and licensing extensions for businesses. Learn more. 


Employment Development Department


For employers faced with the difficult decision of laying off employees, the usual waiting time under Employment Development Department regulations has been waived. Learn more


Benefits for Workers 
What employees are entitled to may be confusing. Understand what resources may be available. Learn more.


California Treasurer’s Office
The California Capital Access Program, or CalCAP, offers a small business loan program with special disaster assistance provisions.
Learn more. 


California IBank
The Small Business Loan Guarantee Program provides loans up to $1 million, and the JumpStart micro lending program provides loans up to $10,000 with accommodations for disasters. 
Learn more.


California Franchise Tax Board
Affected taxpayers have ​been granted an extension to file 2019 California tax returns and make certain payments until June 15, 2020. Learn more. 


California Restaurant Association
Find guidelines and resources specific to the restaurant industry affected by the coronavirus. Learn more. 


National

Paycheck Protection Program
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering loans to help businesses keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn more. 


U.S. Chamber of Commerce
This online resource is updated daily with new resources to assist your business.
Learn more. 

Need an emergency small business loan? Download the guide. 


IRS Payroll Tax Credits
Small and midsize employers can claim two new refundable payroll tax credits to reimburse them, dollar-for-dollar, for the cost of providing employee leave related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Visit irs.gov/coronavirus.


Facebook Small Business Grants Program
Facebook is offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits for up to 30,000 eligible small businesses. Keep your workforce going strong, help with your rent costs, connect with more customers, and cover operational costs. Learn more.


PenFed Foundation Military Heroes Fund
The COVID-19 Emergency Financial Relief Program was created to provide financial assistance to all Veterans, Active Duty, Reserves and National Guard who are experiencing a financial setback. Individuals and small business.
Learn more.