Stockton's Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Programs
By: City of Stockton
Stockton provides programs for property owners to finance the purchase and installation of energy-efficient infrastructure improvements to their properties with no up-front costs.
Craft Beverage Incentive Program
Forgivable loan offered to assist craft beverage companies with startup costs.
Restaurant Incentive Program
Forgivable loans offered to assist with food establishment startup costs.
Commercial Facade Improvement Program
Forgivable loans aimed at assisting with the cost of improving exterior appearance of businesses.
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Financing Program
The goal of the Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program is to expand the number of electric vehicle charging stations installed by small businesses in California.
Capital Access Program for Seismic Safety
The purpose of the program is to assist California small businesses and residential property owners with financing the costs to seismically retrofit existing buildings and homes.
California Recycle Underutilized Sites Remediation Program
The CALReUSE Remediation Program finances brownfield cleanup that promotes infill residential and mixed-use development, consistent with regional and local land use plans.
Conduit Bond Financing
The Conduit Bond Financing Program allows governmental and 501(c)(3) borrowers to access the capital markets to raise capital for facilities and working capital.
State Charter School Facilities Incentive Grants Program
The State Charter School Facilities Incentive Grants Program is a federally-funded program that provides per-pupil funding (up to 75% of costs) for on-going annual lease costs as well as construction and renovation funding for California charter schools.
Charter School Revolving Loan Fund Program (CSRLF)
The Charter School Revolving Loan Fund (CSRLF) provides low-interest loans to new charter schools in California to assist with start-up operational costs.