Commercial Facade Improvement Program
Forgivable loans aimed at assisting with the cost of improving exterior appearance of businesses.
Broadband Assistance Program
Forgivable loan aimed at assisting businesses with costs to install lateral connection to the City's fiber optic loop.
Energy Efficiency Incentive Program
Forgivable loan to assist business with costs associated with initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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.
PACE Financing for Energy Upgrades
By: City of Dublin
The City has partnered with Figtree Energy Resource Company, CaliforniaFIRST, Cleanfund Commercial Pace Capital, and AllianceNRG to offer Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation upgrades.
Fee Deferral Program
By: City of Dublin
The City offers two Fee Deferral Programs, one for non-residential development and another for multi-family residential projects within the City of Dublin Transit Districts.
Financing to Start or Grow Your Business
SBA offers a variety of loan programs for very specific purposes. The SBA has the largest Loan Guarantee Program in the nation and we partner with a variety of lenders that increases an entrepreneurs and business owners success in obtaining the financing they need to start or grow a business.
- Agriculture and Forestry
- Air Quality and Climate
- Business and Commerce
- Commercial Real Estate
- Community Development and Land Use
- Consumer Protection
- Disaster Prevention and Relief
- Employment and Labor and Training
- Film and Television
- Financial Services
- Food and Nutrition
- Green Business
- Green House Gas Emission Reduction
- Health Care
- Land Conservation
- Research and Development
- Waste Management
Western Chula Vista Community Facilities District - Impact Fee Deferral
Development Impact Fee Deferral for industrial, commercial and high density residential development in western Chula Vista
Affordable rental housing
The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (TCAC) administers the low income housing tax credit program. Rental housing (apartments) is developed and owned by housing developers in exchange for low income housing tax credits and a commitment to low income housing tax credit program requirements. Rent is restricted to no more than 60% of a county's area median income.