LEED Incentive Program
By: City of Burbank
BWP provides incentives to encourage LEED Certified green building construction in Burbank.
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.
New Employment Opportunities (NEO) Program
By: City of Clovis
Six month, short-term wage reimbursement program.
Employment Training Panel
Employment Training Panel (ETP) is the state's most valuable economic development resource.
- Business and Commerce
- Commercial Real Estate
- Community Development and Land Use
- Agriculture and Forestry
- Air Quality and Climate
- 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
On-The-Job Training (OJT)
Wages are reimbursed at 50% of the negotiated hourly rate.
Expanded Subsidized Employment (ESE)
Merced County's wage reimbursement for new workers
Sales Tax Reimbursement Program
By: City of Dublin
A program to help offset investments in improvements to the site or building that the business proposes to occupy.
Business Assistance Grant
Office of Small Business is awarding Business Assistance Grants to Legacy Businesses in order to promote the long-term stability of Legacy Businesses and help Legacy Businesses remain in the city.
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Loss Reserve
A loss reserve for Property Assessed Clean Energy program administrators.
Storefront Improvement Program (SIP)
The Storefront Improvement Program (SIP) revitalizes building facades visible to customers, neighboring merchants and residents. The City of San Diego provides design assistance and financial incentives to small business owners who wish to make a creative change to their storefronts. In the last fiscal year, the program reimbursed 20 projects a total of $185,192, leveraging $620,624 in private funds.