Part of an ongoing effort to support local businesses impacted by the pandemic, the City of Mission Viejo is now accepting applications for its Community Development Block Grant Business Relief Program.
Grants of up to $10,000 are available for eligible businesses.
To be eligible to apply for the City’s Business Relief Grant Program, the Mission Viejo-based business must meet criteria established by the City and meet all applicable Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) requirements.
Round 2 of the State’s Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program is open, the California’s Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA) announced Wednesday.
The County’s Small Business Grant Relief Program will support small businesses and organizations within the 5th Supervisorial District (including Mission Viejo) impacted by COVID-19 by providing $10,000 (flat rate, single payment) awards. The application period opens at 9 am on February 1.
Awards will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. Awardees will be reimbursed for expenses incurred from March 2020 to present (as long as other relief funds were not received for the same expense).
In an extraordinary move to help local businesses hit hard by the ongoing pandemic, the Mission Viejo City Council this week approved a $1,000,000 COVID-19 Business Relief Grant Program for qualified struggling small businesses and nonprofits located in our City.
Grants up to $25,000 are available to businesses with 25 or fewer employees (full-time equivalent). Applications will be accepted until available funds are exhausted.
New businesses continue to open during this challenging time of COVID-19. Here is a summary of latest business news.
The Curry Kitchen opened for business on Sunday, December 6 in the former Pizza Hut spot at 25098 Marguerite Pkwy, Suite C near Ralphs. The eatery, which specializes in Indian fare, is offering takeout and delivery.
The State will provide temporary tax relief for eligible businesses impacted by COVID-19 restrictions, Governor Gavin Newsom announced on November 30. The temporary tax relief entails an automatic three-month income tax extension for taxpayers filing less than $1 million in sales tax, extends the availability of existing interest and penalty-free payment agreements to companies with up to $5 million in taxable sales and provides expanded interest free payment options for larger businesses particularly affected by significant restrictions on operations based on COVID-19 transmissions.
Explore the opportunity to do business with FEMA to support the response to COVID-19 with your company’s non-medical goods and/or services. Submit your inquiry to the Department of Homeland Security’s Procurement Action Innovative Response (PAIR) team at DHSIndustryLiaison@hq.dhs.gov.
New State legislation AB3088 will protect tenants from eviction
New State legislation will protect tenants across California from eviction and property owners from foreclosure due to the economic impacts of COVID-19.
CA.GOV Blueprint for a Safer Economy
The State of California has established a webpage, Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which is dedicated to reporting on which types of businesses can open safely. California has established this blueprint with the aim of reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. The webpage describes which businesses can open, under what capacity, and where based on the county they reside in.