SBA News & More Resources

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SBA News & More Resources

 
Dear Community,
 
I want to take a quick minute to thank you. Over the course of several, tumultuous weeks I have witnessed “unprecedented” amounts of creativity, selfless service, and forward-thinking spirit. It is inspiring. Bravo!
 
The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce continues to be aligned with local & county government, industry leaders, and our individual members to plot the course forward. We are here to deliver facts, and to act as a hub for your Q&A, your news, practical resources, & support. Stay connected.
 
~Emily Falappino | President & CEO | ceo@temecula.org
 
 

 SBA News

Yesterday we learned that the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and the Paycheck Protection Program Loan (PPP) funds have been exhausted. New applications are not being processed at this time.
 
If you had already submitted an application:
 
If you had not yet submitted an application:
  • We know it is possible that these lending programs may be expanded to accept more applications.
  • Now is the time to prepare your records & assess your financial needs, so you can be ready to apply if/when these programs resume.
 

 What Every Business Should Consider Now

 
 Corporate Business Partners
 
You likely have sustainability and recovery plans through your respective organizations. But, we encourage you to stay connected with the City of Temecula and the Riverside County Department of Public Health as they will have the largest influence over our local recovery guidelines.
 
Please reach us if you’d like to:
  • Engage in industry discussions
  • Connect with County Economic Development & Public Health Resources
  • Participate in Recovery Roundtable Discussions
 
Small Business Partners
 
Now is the time to work through your financing options, tax strategy, and HR strategy. Utilize Chamber resources to connect with professionals in these areas. And, watch our Wednesday Webinar series featuring professionals in these respective areas to give you guidance & tips to navigate through the COVID-19 business environment.
 
Please reach us if you’d like:
  • Referrals to professionals who can help
  • Past Webinar Recordings
  • An overview of financial assistance programs available
 
 
 City of Temecula
 
The City of Temecula has established a “helpline” for questions and answers relative to the COVID-19 pandemic and resources in our community. Call 951-506-5111 Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm.


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