San Joaquin County Small Business Grants – Businesses play an important role in the Stockton community. Protecting the health and safety of the residents and businesses of the City of Stockton from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is the City’s top priority as we continue to monitor and make recommendations to slow the spread of COVID-19. The city has compiled a list of assistance programs and other resources from local, state and federal agencies:
$3,000 in grants to eligible local businesses financially impacted by COVID-19. Funds can be used for inventory, working capital (eg rent, salaries, utilities) and/or equipment.
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City of Stockton’s COVID-19 Business Guide for an interactive map of local businesses and healthcare facilities offering services.
Visit Stockton: Stockton Healthy Pledge for local businesses committed to creating a clean, safe and healthy environment for residents and visitors.
Visit Stockton: Dine Stockton, where local restaurants can provide information about their menus, delivery options, pickup times and cooking services.
Temporary permits for outdoor dining for restaurants that have free space for the use of public space and use the City’s right-of-way.
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Add to the top of the list the California Relief Grant Program for grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 for small businesses and small nonprofits.
San Joaquin County Small Business Grant Program for grants of up to $25,000 for businesses with up to 100 full-time employees.
San Joaquin County’s PPE grant program for small businesses and nonprofits with up to 250 employees and a separate grant program to directly obtain personal protective equipment (PPE) supplies.
San Joaquin County WorkNet Revolving Loan Fund for loans of $25,000 to $1 million for businesses located in San Joaquin County.
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San Joaquin County WorkNet Emergency Business Support Fund for low-interest loans of up to $75,000 or four (4) months of operating expenses, whichever is less, for businesses affected by COVID-19 with up to 100 employees located in San Joaquin County.
Downtown Stockton Business Loan Fund (DSELF) for loans ranging from $25,000 to $65,000 for businesses located in downtown Stockton.
Up & Running California will equip 300 California businesses with interactive training and guidance to help them compete and grow effectively online.
Small Business Sales and Use Tax Credit Payment Plans allow small business taxpayers with less than $5 million in taxable annual sales to take advantage of a 12-month interest-free payment plan for up to $50,000 of sales and use tax liability.
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IBank’s Small Business Disaster Relief Guarantee Program provides loans to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 virus with up to 750 employees located in California.
EDD Pandemic Unemployment Assistance for business owners, self-employed individuals, independent contractors, and others who are generally not eligible for regular state UI benefits.
EDD job sharing program for companies experiencing production or service reductions as a result of COVID-19 and seeking temporary alternatives to layoffs.
The SBA’s Economic Disaster Loan (EIDL) provides small business loans and advances of up to $10,000 to small businesses, including agricultural businesses and private nonprofits affected by COVID-19 with up to 500 employees.
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The SBA Targeted EIDL Advance provides grants of up to $10,000 to previous EIDL recipients of less than $10,000 or those who applied but did not receive funding due to a lack of available funds.
SBA Express Transition Loans allow small businesses with an existing business relationship with an SBA Express lender to access up to $25,000 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SBA debt relief will free SBA loan borrowers for 6 months of principal, interest and all related fees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The SBA Closed Venue Operators Grant provides emergency assistance of 45% of your gross earned receipts, up to a maximum of $10 million, to eligible venues affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The SBA Restaurant Revitalization Fund provides emergency assistance to eligible restaurants, bars and other businesses affected by COVID-19
The California Rebuild Fund is a loan program to support small businesses in California, particularly those located in economically disadvantaged and historically underbanked areas, with 50 full-time employees (FTE) or fewer.
The EDD website for employers who need extensions to file wage reports or file state payroll taxes that are experiencing hardship as a result of COVID-19 can request a 60-day extension to file wage reports and/or file state payroll taxes. salary calculation without penalties or interest. Smaller San Joaquin County businesses that generated less than $50,000 a year during the pandemic will have the opportunity to apply for the new grant starting April 1.
To qualify for the $5,000 one-time grant, California classifies “micro businesses” as those that earned less than $50,000 but more than $1,000 in annual gross receipts in 2019, 2020 or 2021.
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Katie Poole, an analyst with the San Joaquin County Department of Economic Development and Employment, said the county received $790,000 based on population from the Office of the Small Business Ombudsman through Senate Bill 151. The San Joaquin Board of Supervisors approved matching an additional $790,000 for the program in February, which allowed the county to award $5,000 in grants to 316 businesses.
“We’re hoping to be able to reach out in a lot of different languages, and we’re really targeting more rural and poorer communities,” Poole said.
Businesses must be currently active and operating in San Joaquin County with fewer than five full-time employees to qualify. Business owners must be in business before December. 31, 2019, you have a valid tax ID or social security number and may not have received a small business grant from the State of California. The Wage Protection Program and local grants do not disqualify local businesses from applying.
Interested applicants will be able to find applications at https://www.sjgov.org/covid19/grants starting April 1. All applications must be emailed to [email protected] to be considered.
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Reporter of the Record Ben Irwin covers Stockton government and San Joaquin County. You can reach him at [email protected] or on Twitter @B1rwin. Support local news, subscribe to The Stockton Record at https:///subscribenow.STOCKTON, CA – To help mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on local businesses and their employees, San Joaquin County has partnered with TMC Financing to offer assistance to small businesses Scholarship program. This program offers immediate financial assistance to small businesses located within San Joaquin County to address unfunded costs caused by the pandemic.
Funding for this project was approved by the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors on May 12, 2020, through the establishment of the Corona Virus Relief, Assistance and Economic Values Act (CARES ACT). Totaling $15 million, this Economic Development Fund will be distributed among the county’s five supervisor districts to provide assistance to small businesses affected by COVID-19.
TMC Financing, a commercial real estate lender, will independently review and process all grant applications. TMC Financing will use its 40 years of lending experience to help verify application completeness and ensure compliance with San Joaquin County terms and conditions.
“This crisis has destroyed so many small businesses it’s heartbreaking. Nevertheless, I am grateful that TMC is able to assist San Joaquin County with this incredible initiative,” says TMC Executive Director of Funding Barbara Morrison. “We are able to offer a timely and transparent approval process to expedite the disbursement of funds that our local businesses desperately need.”
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San Joaquin County small businesses and nonprofits (including healthcare providers) are eligible to apply for a grant if they meet the following criteria:
If you have any questions about the application process, please email San Joaquin County at *email protected*. The staff is available from Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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