Important Information Concerning COVID-19

We provide information on how to get disaster relief assistance through the Small Business Administration

What You Need to Know About
the New Cares Act

Below are resources to help you understand the NEW Cares Act to help your business.

  • Small Business Owners Guide to the Cares Act

    Download this guide to the Cares Act programs and initiatives.

  • Small Business Cares Act Explained

    Learn about how the Cares Act can help you.

  • U.S. Chamber—Payroll Protection Plan Explained

    Corona Virus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist

  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce Website

    Visit the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Website for the most updated information

  • Cares Act Bill

    Download the Cares Act bill

SBA Disaster Loans for Businesses

Helpful Information and Guidelines

Information from the U.S. Small Business Administration is continuously trickling in and they are providing additional information and guidance to businesses through the following link to their Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources website.

Part of what we know for sure is that the COVID-19 related Economic Injury Disaster Loan was just announced, and the magnitude of the situation is rather overwhelming. While the President has declared a national emergency, each State must also be declared as a disaster area for any businesses in that State to be eligible. This determination is county-by-county and many of the counties that we serve have been declared a disaster area in the state of California. We are working to get more information that we can ultimately push out to businesses such as yourself.

Information and Applications

  • SBA Disaster Loan Three Step Process

    SBA's three-step process resource

  • SBA Disaster Loan Application

    Fill this out the application to get started

  • SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), and Military Reservist Econimic Injury Disaster Loan (MREIDL)

    Additional filing requirements

  • U.S. Small Business Administration Website

    SBA's website for disaster assistance

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