Helping Carson Small Businesses Navigate COVID-19

Carson Small Business Coronavirus Business Assistance Program

The City of Carson, in partnership with the California Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA), has launched the Carson Small Business Coronavirus Business Assistance Program to provide support for small businesses impacted by the Covid-19 virus and associated restrictions.

The program provides technical assistance to businesses seeking Emergency Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding, other loan programs, as well as general business assistance in managing this crisis. Individual consultants will be assigned to each business seeking assistance.

Businesses may be eligible for emergency loans of up to $10,000 from the City of Carson.

Is My Business Eligible?

If you have already submitted your loan application to the SBA for an EIDL or to your bank for a PPP loan, you can apply through the Carson Coronavirus Disaster Small Business Loan Program (CC-DSBLP). Businesses in Carson are eligible for emergency loans of up to $10,000 from the City of Carson. Loans will have repayment terms of up to 36 months and carry an interest rate as low as 0%.

Requirements:

  • For-profit businesses and non-profit organizations are eligible
  • Business must be based in Carson, CA
  • Employ 2-50 employees
  • Demonstrate a 25% drop in revenue since January 1, 2020
 

Complete the inquiry form by entering your information. CCEDA staff will respond to you immediately to answer your questions and/or assign you to a consultant to assist you as needed. You may also call (213) 348-7504.

Small Business Resources

Visit these websites for information about Small Business Administration programs in response to the pandemic, and for State of California coronavirus response assistance.

Brought to you by the City of Carson in partnership with the California Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA)