As the economic impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve, Sacramento County’s Economic Development Department
is here to help businesses in the region with up-to-date information and resources. Recently, the department revamped its Business Resource Guide
webpage with user-friendly industry guidelines and California’s new Blueprint to a Safer Economy
featuring a tiered, color-coded system. The system makes it easier for businesses to identify new and upcoming operational modifications regulated by the State of California. Sacramento County is currently in the State's most restrictive Purple Tier 1
- Grants and Loans
- Disability Insurance
- Unemployment Assistance
- Paid Family Leave
- Work Share Programs
- Utility Rate Relief
Businesses can contact the Office of Economic Development at COVID19.BusinessAssistance@saccounty.net
for assistance. In addition to Economic Development’s resources, Sacramento County’s Department of Health Services provides a COVID-19 Hotline for Sacramento County businesses and residents who have questions about the Public Health Order. For questions about the Public Health Order, call (916) 875-2400.
Sacramento County has also partnered with Sierra Health Foundation to hire Community Based Organizations to find and train Business Navigators. Business Navigators will provide industry-specific information and education to support small business owners’ understanding of both the Public Health Order and guidelines in order to safely re-open. Visit the Sacramento County COVID-19 Collab website
for more information.