Agricultural Rates & Programs
To preserve and promote Riverside’s agricultural lands, the City offers water rates applicable to qualifying Greenbelt area customers. For Greenbelt properties with access to the Gage Canal system, the WA-8 Greenbelt Irrigation Service can help customers receive water from the canal.
By: City of Burbank
Residents or businesses who applied or received pre-approval for their projects prior to July 9, 2015 will receive a total of $3 per square foot ($2 from MWD, $1 from BWP), assuming all terms have been satisfied. Applicants receiving approval after July 9, 2015 may only receive $1 per square foot.
10% wage tax credit.
Port of West Sacramento Foreign-Trade Zone #143
Companies in the FTZ may admit foreign and domestic merchandise into the zone for storage, exhibition, assembly, manufacture and processing while deferring payment of customs duties and federal excise taxes until merchandise is transferred from the foreign trade zone.
Kern County Local Economic Development Incentive/Job Creation Tax Rebate Program
By: Kern County
Kern County, has custom business incentives that can be tailored to meet the needs of specific industries or projects. In addition, Kern County's workforce development training system can provide customized and other workforce incentives to create an efficient and productive workforce with extremely low turnover rates. It’s time to stop searching and come see all that Kern County has to offer.
COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE MICROENTERPRISE LOAN
Provides critical and necessary business financing, at affordable rates and terms, to Microenterprise businesses in the County of Riverside.
Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP)
Interested in purchasing a hybrid and zero-emission truck or bus?
By: City of Anaheim
Anaheim Public Utilities' TreePower Program provides an opportunity for you to beautify your business and reduce energy costs at no cost to your business.
Wastewater Impact Fee Deferral
By: City of Visalia
Private companies located within the city limits with a permitted wastewater discharge capacity in excess of five hundred thousand (500,000) gallons per day may pay their sewer impact fees over ten (10) years.
OC Recycling Market Development Zone
As a member and administrator of the OCRMDZ, we are able to grant access to financial assistance as well as a broad technical and marketing assistance to businesses to increase the manufacturing of products using secondary materials.