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 Sacramento COVID Relief

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Local companies can now apply for funding and business support through the City's 'Economic Gardening 2.0' program

Sacramento rental assistance program now accepting applications from low-income residents through March 19

This City-funded program pays culinary artists-in-training and provides meals to the Meadowview community

Here's exactly how the City's coronavirus relief efforts have been helping Sacramentans

Here are three ways that Sacramentans can access workforce training and job placement

City launches outreach campaign to connect residents, business, and non-profits with COVID relief resources 

City allocates majority of $89 million in CARES Act Funding, helping Sacramentans affected by COVID-19 

This new program will provide workforce training to more than 11,000 Sacramentans 

City approves $10 million Workforce Development Recovery program to help local workers displaced by COVID-19   

See exactly how the City is investing federal CARES Act funding in Sacramento  

Grants available for restaurants to cover costs of moving dining outside 

The City Council approved the use of $28 million in federal funding to immediately help residents and businesses affected by COVID-19

City and County look to reform fines and fees that disproportionately affect disadvantaged communities 

Sacramento residents can now get free one-on-one financial counseling 

Sacramento County provides businesses guidelines and assistance for reopening  

The City launched a new webinar series to offer local business tips and resources for navigating COVID-19 landscape 

The City selected 101 local businesses to receive zero-interest loans from its $1 million COVID-19 economic relief fund 

The City and community groups launched Donate4Sacramento to help those hurt economically by COVID-19 

The City has temporarily closed its public counters for in-person business but continues to make online services available  

The City Council adopted an ordinance on March 24 to establish a temporary ban on evicting commercial tenants unable to pay rent due to a loss of income caused by COVID-19 

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