Sacramento COVID Relief
The Future of Sacramento Starts Here.
Following the onset of the COVID‑19 pandemic, the City of Sacramento received $89 million in federal funding as part of the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. A wide variety of services provided by city, county and community organizations are available to help Sacramento’s residents and businesses who may be impacted by the COVID‑19 pandemic.
Find the latest updates and information regarding COVID‑19 in Sacramento here. And remember Sacramento, together we move forward!
The funds and resources you may need.
COVID‑19 has impacted our city in many ways. Financial resources are available to help support our city’s businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals through this difficult time.Resources
Testimonials Of How Together We Move Forward
Making use of CARES Act funding, the City of Sacramento was able to tailor services and programs to help mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on our city’s residents and businesses. There’s no better expression of the success of these programs than from the participants themselves.
The City of Sacramento is proactively monitoring and aggregating information and resources that are available to help Sacramento’s community members and business owners during this economic and public health crisis. We will continue to update this webpage as more resources become available.
The best way to stay safe from COVID‑19 is to wash your hands regularly and wear a mask while in public spaces, limit contact with anyone who may be infected, practice social distancing and cough into the crook of your elbow to decrease the risk of transmission.
Stay Up To Date
Latest news and information through the City’s blog, the Sacramento City Express.
City launches 80+ virtual events to assist local small businesses impacted by COVID-19.
City small-business assistance programs offers ‘pandemic survival toolkits’ and one-on-one counseling.
New job training and placement programs available to Sacramento residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.