State and Local Resources
A comprehensive list of the State Treasurer’s recommended resources from the federal government, state government, and corporations.
OC/IE Small Business Development Center’s “5 Strategies to Keep Your Business Healthy During Interruptions” Guide
Information to keep your finances secure. Advice includes watching cash flows, trimming overhead costs, strategic marketing, forecasting, and protecting personal assets.
Virtual business consulting and informational webinars for small businesses. Webinars include “My Store Front is Closed? How do I Sell My Goods Online?” and “Survival Strategies for Tech Startups.”
This program is intended to support our local small businesses by reimbursing and/or offsetting costs and impacts directly related to complying with COVID protocols for business.
- Collect up to $2,500 in funding from the County of San Bernardino to offset costs and impacts
directly related to complying with COVID protocols for business
- Once it has been determined that a company is a COVID-Compliant Business Partner, they
will be issued a “This Business Partner is COVID Compliant” window graphic to recognize the
business for its commitment to public health and safety. This acknowledgement is encouraged to
be prominently displayed for public view at the business location
- Gain exclusive access to receive PPE directly from the County at County cost
The nine things every small business owner needs to have before applying for loans and grants.
Information from the Inland Empire SBDC on how restaurants can navigate their financial needs. Topics include inventory control, menu offering assessment, ordering strategies, and donations.
DUE DATE: JUNE 30, 2020. You will need: Parcel number (APN), Tax Bill No., to describe in full detail why you were unable to make the timely tax payment, and to be a qualified small business with under 25 employees and annual gross receipts of $7,500,000 or less over the previous three years.