Business Support Resources

To help our businesses get through this challenging situation, Sunrise MarketPlace has developed the attached toolkit with helpful resources, tips and digital assets to help you while keeping your business, employees, customers and our community safe. The toolkit includes financial resources and links, how to sign up for delivery services, fee free e-gift certificates as well as grab & go graphics, social media tips and marketing ideas.

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*If you are a business in the Sunrise MarketPlace District and do not have the resources to create a custom COVID-19 graphic for your website and/or social media, please contact, and we will be happy to assist you.

Sacramento County Current Tier

Sacramento County will move back to the more restrictive Tier 1 Purple. Effective at noon on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, the amended Sacramento County Health Order will align with the State’s Purple Tier 1 for allowable activities, which closes certain indoor operations or reduces operational capacity.

Nov. 13, 2020, Sacramento County Health Order

In alignment with Purple Tier 1, the following sectors are permitted for OUTDOOR operations only until further notice. These sectors must still maintain mitigation measures (social distancing, face covering, and sanitization):

  • Cardrooms, satellite wagering
  • Family Entertainment Centers (e.g. bowling alleys, miniature golf, batting cages, kart racing, and arcades)
  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Movie theaters (maximum 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer)
  • Museums, zoos, aquariums
  • Places of worship (maximum 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer)
  • Playgrounds and recreational facilities
  • Restaurants
  • Wineries
  • Bars, pubs, brewpubs, and breweries may operate outdoors if they are offering sit-down, outdoor meals. Outdoor operations may be conducted under a tent, canopy, or other shelters as long as no more than one side is closed.

In alignment with Purple Tier 1, the following sectors are open for INDOOR operations. These sectors must still maintain mitigation measures (social distancing, face covering, and sanitization) and specific modifications in parenthesis below:

  • All retail (maximum 25% capacity)
  • Critical infrastructure
  • Hair salons and barbershops
  • Libraries (maximum 25% capacity)
  • Nail salons and electrolysis operations
  • Personal care services (e.g. body waxing, estheticians, tattoo, massage)
  • Professional sports (without live audiences)
  • Shopping centers (e.g. malls, destination centers, swap meets, excluding food courts and common areas) (maximum 25% capacity)
  • In alignment with Purple Tier 1, bars, breweries, and distilleries are prohibited from operating with the exception of those that serve sit-down, outdoor meals.


In alignment with CDPH requirements, schools (all grade levels) that have reopened for in-person instruction, either under a waiver or while Sacramento County was in Red Tier 2 (September 29 – November 10, 2020), are permitted to continue to conduct in-person instruction. Schools that have not reopened must wait until they are eligible again, either by acquiring a waiver from Sacramento County Public Health (grades TK-6 only) or by waiting until Sacramento County returns to Red Tier 2 for at least two weeks.

If a school was implementing a phased re-opening (e.g., only opened grades K-2 for in-person instruction with set plans to phase in grades 3-6) while Sacramento County was in Red Tier 2, the school site may continue their phased re-opening. This is only applicable to individual school sites. If a district has a phased reopening of their schools, the schools in that district that did not open for in-person instruction may not reopen until Sacramento County has returned to Red Tier 2 for two weeks.

Schools conducting in-person instruction must maintain mitigation measures, including social distancing, face coverings, and sanitization, in compliance with schools guidance from CDPH and Sacramento County Public Health.

Tier Advancement

Counties are required to remain in an assigned tier for a minimum of three weeks and must meet the criteria for the next tier for two consecutive weeks before being able to advance to the next tier.

“To advance back into the Red Tier 2, Sacramento County needs to have lower daily case rates. The only way to do that is to do what we know works,” said Sacramento County Health Officer Dr. Olivia Kasirye. “We all have a part in this and we must be committed to social distancing measures in public spaces (6ft apart, wear face coverings, wash hands, etc.) and to avoid gathering with non-household members.”

To learn more about the State’s Tier system and specific allowable activities for Sacramento County, visit the State of California’s COVID-19 Blueprint for a Safer Economy website.

For questions about the Public Health Order, call the Public Health hotline at (916) 875-2400.

For more information about the County’s response to COVID-19, visit Sacramento County’s COVID-19 webpage.​​

Regional Stay Home Order

What does the Regional Stay Home Order do?

The Regional Stay Home Order would be in effect for 3 weeks after the trigger and instructs Californians to stay at home as much as possible to limit the mixing with other households that can lead to COVID-19 spread. It allows access to (and travel for) critical services and allows outdoor activities to preserve Californians’ physical and mental health. This limited closure will help stop the surge and prevent overwhelming regional ICU capacity.

In any region that triggers a Regional Stay Home Order because it drops below 15% ICU capacity, the following sectors must close:

Indoor and outdoor playgrounds
Indoor recreational facilities
Hair salons and barbershops
Personal care services
Museums, zoos, and aquariums
Movie theaters
Bars, breweries, and distilleries
Family entertainment centers
Cardrooms and satellite wagering
Limited services
Live audience sports
Amusement parks

The following sectors will have additional modifications in addition to 100% masking and physical distancing:

Outdoor recreational facilities: Allow outdoor operation only without any food, drink or alcohol sales. Additionally, overnight stays at campgrounds will not be permitted.
Retail: Allow indoor operation at 20% capacity with entrance metering and no eating or drinking in the stores. Additionally, special hours should be instituted for seniors and others with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems.
Shopping centers: Allow indoor operation at 20% capacity with entrance metering and no eating or drinking in the stores. Additionally, special hours should be instituted for seniors and others with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems.
Hotels and lodging: Allow to open for critical infrastructure support only.
Restaurants: Allow only for take-out, pick-up, or delivery.
Offices: Allow remote only except for critical infrastructure sectors where remote working is not possible.
Places of worship and political expression: Allow outdoor services only.
Entertainment production including professional sports: Allow operation without live audiences. Additionally, testing protocol and “bubbles” are highly encouraged.

The following sectors are allowed to remain open when a remote option is not possible with appropriate infectious disease preventative measures including 100% masking and physical distancing:

Critical infrastructure
Schools that are already open for in-person learning
Non-urgent medical and dental care
Child care and pre-K

Disaster Loan Application


  • Loan application (SBA Form 5), completed and signed (this is electronic/online in the portal)
  • Tax Information Authorization (IRS Form 4506-T), completed and signed by each applicant, each principal owning 20 percent or more of the applicant business, each general partner or managing member; and, for any owner who has more than 50 percent ownership in an affiliate business. Affiliates include, but are not limited to, business parents, subsidiaries, and/or other businesses with common ownership or management
  • Complete copies, including all schedules, of the most recently filed Federal income tax returns for the applicant business; an explanation if not available
  • Personal Financial Statement (SBA Form 413) completed, signed, and dated by the applicant, each principal owning 20 percent or more of the applicant business, and each general partner or managing member
  • Schedule of Liabilities listing all fixed debts (SBA Form 2202 may be used)

All of these forms are available in the Disaster Loan Application Portal.  The more complete the application is the faster the process will be.

Please be patience while the SBA works though the unprecedented volume that we are seeing. As an alternative to the small businesses that are reaching out please see the attached paper forms and here are a few ways to submit.

Online Portal:

Paper Applications are found here:


Fax:  202-481-1505

Mail: U.S. Small Business Administration
Processing and Disbursement Center
14925 Kingsport Rd.
Ft. Worth, TX 76155-2243

For program questions or assistance in completing the application online, businesses can contact our Disaster Customer Service Center at 1-800-659-2955 or email at

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On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law. The CARES Act provides approximately $2 trillion in funding to stabilize the economy and provide broad relief to individuals and businesses directly or indirectly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This guide provides information about the major programs available from the Small Business Administration (SBA) to address these needs, as well as additional tax provisions that are outside the scope of SBA.

UPDATE: Congress recently approved an additional $310 billion in funding to restore the PPP Program, which had run out of money. 

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View US Emergency Loans Guide

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Additional Resources 

California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBANK)


A unit within California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), that offers the following loan programs for businesses from one to 750 employees (small businesses):


  • For declared disaster areas to help lenders and small businesses by providing loan guarantees of up to $1 million


  • Loans from $500 to $10,000 to low-wealth entrepreneurs in the declared disaster and emergency areas

California State Treasurer Office


  • Designed to provide up to 100% coverage on certain loan defaults

Watch List

Eviction Bans are currently under the jurisdiction of local government entities (Cities and Counties)

Senate Bill 939 – Commercial Evictions

This bill would prohibit the eviction of tenants of commercial real property, including businesses and non-profit organizations, during the pendency of the state of emergency proclaimed by the Governor on March 4, 2020, related to COVID-19. The bill would make it a misdemeanor, an act of unfair competition, and an unfair business practice to violate the foregoing prohibition. The bill would render void and unenforceable evictions that occurred after the proclamation of the state of emergency but before the effective date of this bill. The bill would not prohibit the continuation of evictions that lawfully began prior to the proclamation of the state of emergency, and would not preempt local ordinances prohibiting or imposing more severe penalties for the same conduct.

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