Wildfire Recovery & Rebuilding

Businesses affected by the Carr Fire

The purpose of this site is to provide information and resources for businesses affected by the Carr Fire.


View the press release that was issued noting some of the specifics of the SBA disaster assistance program, or visit the SBA website to learn more about what is offered to all residents.

Superior California Economic Development (SCED)

350 Hartnell Ave. Suite A, Redding

www.scedd.org

(530) 225-2760

loree@scedd.org

Superior California Economic Development (530) 225-2760

Shasta EDC

777 Auditorium Drive, Redding

www.shastaedc.org

(530) 224-4920

edc@shastaedc.org

Shasta Economic Development Corporation (530) 224-4920

Women's Business Center at JEDI

Call or e-mail to set up an appointment. We come to your place of work! (headquarters is in Mt. Shasta; business consultants based in Redding)

Phone: (888) 926-6670 ext. 10

Email: info@e-jedi.org

Website: www.e-jedi.org

Women's Business Center at JEDI 866.926.6670 extension 10

Smart Business Resource Center

1201 Placer Street

www.thesmartcenter.biz

(530) 246-7911

bchristie@thesmartcenter.biz

Smart Business Resource Center (530)246-7911

SCORE

PO Box 993301, Redding, CA 96099

www.score.org

(530) 867-9020

reddingscore@gmail.com

SCORE (530)867-9020

Did you know?

  • The Small Business Administration (SBA) helps businesses of all sizes, private nonprofits, homeowners and renters by providing low-interest direct federal recovery loans for uninsured or under-insured damages.

  • Loans for homeowners can be up to $200,000 to repair their primary residence.

  • Homeowners and renters can receive up to $40,000 for personal property losses, including disaster damaged vehicles.

  • Small businesses and nonprofit organizations can qualify for up to $2,000,000 to repair/replace business real estate, inventory, equipment, machinery, etc.

  • For small businesses and most private nonprofit organizations, SBA can also offer low-interest Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL's) as well as loans for physical damages.These EIDL’s provide working capital to help businesses through the recovery period.The business/nonprofit DOES NOT need to have suffered physical damage.

  • Rates are as low as 1.938 percent for homeowners or renters, 3.61 percent for businesses and 2.5 percent for private nonprofits with terms up to 30 years.

SBA representatives are no longer available in person in Redding. However, there is more information available online at: www.sba.gov/disaster-assistance.

Questions?

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Shasta County and the City of Redding are receiving a high number of questions. We are working around the clock to respond to questions and get services back to normal. During this time we appreciate your patience and understanding if your questions are not immediately answered.