Economic Stimulus and Recovery for Our Community

Temecula Revive Your Economic Recovery Resource LogoOn March 27, 2020, a historic $2 trillion stimulus package was signed into law to provide economic relief to various segments of communities impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. This stimulus package, often referred to as the CARES Act, includes a number of economic measures, including monetary payments, incentives, rebates and other assistance for individuals and families, small businesses, industries, etc. Two additional federal stimulus packages were passed prior to the CARES Act and more may be coming. 

Economic assistance is also being provided through the State of California and private sources. The information below represents a non-inclusive list of a variety of economic recovery resources. This information is what is known at a given time and will be updated on a regular basis as the federal government issues further guidance to local and state governments, administering agencies and private industry. Direct contact with the agencies administering programs, as referenced through the links below, is strongly encouraged.

POTENTIAL SCAM ALERT - The City of Temecula is not calling individual residents or businesses to discuss any economic recovery options. If you receive a call of this nature, please let us know at info@temeculaca.gov. Read more about potential Coronavirus scams here.

Press Releases

  1. Revive_Coronavirus Update may 25 2020

    City of Temecula approves Half Million in Small Business COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grants

    On Thursday, May 21, 2020, during a City Council Budget Meeting, the Temecula City Council approved a half million dollars in aid for Temecula Small Business. Read on...
  2. Temecula Revive update April 24

    Temecula Revive: Your Economic Recovery Resource

    The City of Temecula announces Temecula Revive, an online resource focusing on the community’s economic recovery in the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Read on...
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