The most recent events of both peaceful protests and civil unrest, has further demonstrated the importance and need of prioritizing and promoting equity and economic opportunity in our community. The City of Sacramento is committed to implementing inclusive economic development strategies that foster economic development and job growth for Sacramento’s businesses and residents, particularly those in under-represented communities. We are confident our communities will come together in the aftermath of these events.

Learn how to apply for the City’s Farm to Fork Al Fresco grant program to help all restaurants, cafes and coffee shops located in the city of Sacramento move dining outside.

To mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on Sacramento restaurants and their employees, the City of Sacramento will assist restaurants in temporarily adding to or expanding their outside dining options to accommodate Sacramento County’s public health order.

Learn about the program details and how to apply for the grant opportunity of up to $3,000 per participating restaurant for reimbursement related to expenses such as barricade, outdoor lighting and dining furniture.

CLICK HERE to register for webinar on Thurs-June 11 at 2 pm now.

Go to this link to see more of what the City of Sacramento has to assist residents and small businesses regarding Emergency Building Permits, webinars, and more:


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