Temecula Assist: A Small Business Emergency Relief Grant
Temecula Assist (TA): A Small Business Emergency Relief Grant for Temecula Business Owners coping with the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. TA is a half million dollar investment, approved by the City Council that provides direct relief in an effort to energize Temecula’s local economic backbone, which are small businesses. Temecula Assist consists of two tracks: (1) Rent Recovery and Job Retention Track, and (2) Business Improvement Track. Below is the information on each of these two tracks, including the list of businesses with fully executed agreements.
Note: Application period currently closed. Please check back for updates.
Rent Recovery and Job Retention
Overview: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program provided the City of Temecula a formula allocation from the first round of CDBG-CV funding to be used specifically for the prevention of, preparation for, and response to the Coronavirus Panemic (COVID-19). This allocation was authorized by the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), Public Law 116-136, signed on March 27, 2020.
Funding: The total funding for the Temecula Assist: Rent Recovery and Job Retention Track is $329,000, made available through CDBG funds. The maximum grant request is $10,000 per business.
Application: Closed June 9, 2020 @ 5 p.m. If applied, check email (including SPAM folder) for information.
Rent Recovery and Job Retention Agreements
|Hideaway Hair Salon||The Smok’d Hog|
|Win Win Auto Sales||EAT Marketplace|
|Complete Health Chiropractic||Thomas Kinkade at Old Town|
|FASTSIGNS Temecula||Penfolds Café, Inc.|
|Infinite Smile Family Dental||Flawless Hair & Beauty Bar|
|S Thai Food Restaurant||La Cocina Bar and Grill|
|Designs On A Vine Boutique||4M Engineering and Development|
|Athena Nails & Spa||HG Wedding and Events|
|Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory||Law Office of Steve Aldaco|
|The Smile Suite at Towne Square||MG Financial & Insurance Services|
|The Yoga Barre||The Batter Up Bakery|
|Beauty By Design||Capri Tailoring|
|Relentless Brewing Co.||Masek Chiropractic|
|Sunny Candy Co.||Trendsetter Collections|
|Mariposa Ice Cream||Uncle Bob’s Sports Bar and Grill|
Business Improvement Track
Overview: In response to the economic hardships experienced by businesses resulting from the pandemic, the City of Temecula is launching Temecula Assist, providing direct relief to energize Temecula’s local economic backbone, retain jobs, and to stabilize local businesses.
Funding: The total funding for the Temecula Assist: Business Improvement Track is $170,000, made available through the City’s General Fund. The maximum grant request is $5,000 per business.
Application: closed June 9, 2020 @ 5 p.m. If applied, check email (including SPAM folder) for information.
|Business Improvement Agreements|
|Jimmy Fu-tography||Cadenza School of Music|
|Z-Ultimate Self Defense Studios||Copeland, Miranda & Benner, CPA|
|F45 Training North Temecula||Temecula Valley Cardiology|
|909 Shoe Cleaner||Allstarz Entertainment|
|Your Perfect Ceremony||Detailed Floral Design|
|Dwight W. Eckard, DDD||Temecula Smog|
|Thomas Edwards Salon and Dry Bar||Fast Fix Jewelry & Watch Repair|
|Redhawk Family Dentistry||A New You Aesthetics|
|Mye Playground||Axiom Events|
|Miyamoto Music Studio||Bright Start for Kids|
|Thrive Well Trauma Center||Lindsey Rae Mayer|
|American Dinosaur Events||Toast|
|The Gifting Group||Magic Brow|
|Hardy Realtors||Print the Planet|
|Temecula Tax Services||A&B Insurance Services|
|Burn Boot Camp||Empire Auto|
|Stone Church Brewing||Lonie & Hornback, Inc|
- What is the maximum amount of grant funds available from the City?
- Do you have a printout of these FAQs?
- Can a businessowner submit an application for both Temecula Assist programs?
- How do I apply for the grant funds?
- What may the funds be used for?
- After a business is selected for funding through the lottery, what kind of documentation will be required from the business owner?
- What if the business owner has received funding from SBA or other federal or state sources to address the needs created by the coronavirus?
- Must all employees and the business owner have to be eligible to work in the United States?
- Are applications and financial records subject to public disclosure?
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