CoronaVirus Business Resource Page

To mitigate the economic impacts caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the City of Vallejo wants to highlight a variety of programs and efforts to support small businesses and workers. The City’s Economic Development staff is actively working to gather information from local businesses to share with resource partners to support small businesses and workers during this crisis. The City has been working with federal, state and local agencies to provide resources to local businesses during this crisis. 

The Economic Development team is collecting information from local businesses to share with resource partners to support small business, to participate and provide  provide your information, click here

The City has been collecting information from essential businesses that are open and hiring, to view the list click here. If you are a local business and are hiring, please fill out the intake form here.

View Vallejo’s list of Essential and Non-Essential Businesses Under Executive Order N-33-20 here

SolanoEDC We
ekly Update on Support Programs for Those Effected by COVID-19 (Updated March 26, 2020)                      

ICMA has introduced a series of webinars for community resources to view the videos click here

NorCal SBDC will be conducting Small Business Assistance Webinars to answer questions about small business loans and other COVID-19 Assistance to small businesses. To view the archived webinars click here.

Resources for Vallejo businesses, non-profits and workers to assist with planning, preparing and responding to COVID-19      

                                                    SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE INFORMATION

The Small Business Association (SBA) is offering low interest Economic Injury Disasters Loans for small businesses, non profits, homeowners and renters. To apply Click here.

SBA Coronavirus Pandemic Loan Comparison SBA offers many resources and loans during this difficult time. Use this Comparison tool for a summary of the available loans.

Small Business Finance Center (SBFC) is working with its partners to provide disaster relief loans to small businesses and farmers. To see a list of partners and to apply click here.

The Solano SBDC is assisting small businesses with one-on-one (no-cost)  Business advising and Disaster Loan application assistance. For more information click here. To Download the COVID-19 Business Survival Guide, click here.

COVID-19 Small Business Center is offering grants of up to $10,000 for small businesses. To apply for the grant and to get more information click here.

For a list of Resources provided by California State Secretary Fiona Ma click here. has set-up a Rapid Response Service for Businesses. Contact Pamela Clemmons at (707) 307-3986 for more information. View the flier here. Visit for additional resources. is offering 0% interest small business loans up to $15,000. Visit to apply.

To Explore Other Disaster Relief benefits click here.

Other Information for Small Businesses
Goldman Sachs Business Impact Survey Goldman Sachs has conducted a survey of 10,000 businesses. The survey results highlights the critical need for policy action and immediate support

California Employment and Development Department (EDD)  
California employers directly affected by the emergency or disaster may request an extension of up to 60 days to file their state payroll reports and to deposit state payroll taxes with the EDD. Click here for more information.

Unemployment WorkShare Program  
Employers can apply for the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Work Sharing Program if reduced production, services, or other conditions cause them to seek an alternative to layoffs.

Boost with Facebook 
is offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits for up to 30,000 eligible small businesses in 30 countries. Visit the website for more information. 

California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)
has gathered federal, state, and local resources that provide guidance as well as examples of what communities are doing to help their local businesses.

Restaurant FAQ's 
The National Restaurant Association continues to engage with local, state, and federal officials to help our employers and employees address this public health emergency.

                                                            INFORMATION FOR NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

CalNonProfits has put together a list of resources for Non Profit Organization. Visit for a list of resources that are available

                                                          RESOURCES FOR EMPLOYEES AND SELF-EMPLOYED INDIVIDUALS

Verizon Wireless 
has issued a press release stating that for the next 60 days, it will waive late fees that any residential or small business customers incur because of their economic circumstances related to the COVID-19. To view the press release click here.

Labor and Workforce Development Agency 
Is a resources that provides centralized information for workers and their families.

Employment Development Department (EDD)  provides a variety of support services to individuals affected by COVID-19 in California. 
To apply for Unemployment Benefits click here. For Technical Assistance contact 1-855-327-7058. For Additional Information click here.

SBC Cares FAQ 
A Frequestionly Asked Question about the CARES Act or the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act

Other Information
State Wide One Stop Coronavirus Website  for up-to-date information about COVID1-9
Treasury and IRS to delay tax payment deadline by 90 days

Cal/OSHA Requirements to Protect Workers from Coronavirus
COVID19 resources ad 14.pdf California Assembly Member offers a list of  Resources and Information concerning COVID-19
New Guidance for Immigrants California Public Health issues guidance to immigrants regarding COVID-19
GoBiz  The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development has compiled helpful information for employers, employees and all Californians as it relates to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Legislative Fiscal Outlook Legislative Analyst, Gabriel Petek periodically offers the Legislature his views on fiscal matters facing California.
League of California Cities COVID-19 Resources for California Cities.
Small Business Relief Tracker Small Business Resources provided throughout the Country
New York Times provides information about various financial relief tools during COVID-19