You’re Still There for Our Community
and We’re Still Here for You!
Business Signage Update & List of Resources
If your business is classified as an "Essential Business" as outlined by the County , and you are still open with modified operations (pick up and delivery, limited hours, etc.) you can now put out temporary signage to let the community know you’re still there for them!

The City will not be enforcing temporary signage standards during this emergency period. We welcome you to use banners or A-frame signs to let the community know you are open!
If you haven’t already, please email us to get your Citrus Heights business add to our COVID-19 Shop Local list , which is linked throughout our website, promoted on social media, and advertised in local publications.
 
Also, remember to check out the list of  COVID-19 Business Resources available to help support you during this time.

City Hall and our Economic Division are here to help – Please reach out to us with questions!
Building Inspections Have Gone Virtual!
Citrus Heights Building Inspectors are now offering virtual inspections. Chief Building Inspector Greg Anderson expects to complete most types of inspections through the video process established using Skype. "The video inspections will allow our inspectors to maintain proper social distance protocols while preserving the importance of safety inspections," says Anderson.

In order to obtain a video inspection, a Skype account is required. Once your Skype account is set-up, send an e-mail to EVCS@citrusheights.net with your name and phone number and an inspector will reach out to set up an appointment.
SBDC Webinars for Coping with COVID-19
Free webinars through the Northern California Small Business Development Centers (Norcal SBDC) have been designed to equip business owners with tools to navigate ec onomic difficulties posed by COVID-19. For more information regarding these webinars, visit norcalsbdc.org .
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COVID-19 Business Resources Available
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  1. Sacramento Metro Chamber Rapid Response Hub
  2. SBDC Small Business Resources
  3. U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Assistance
  4. For further guidance on the Sacramento Public Health Order and whether your business is exempt or non-exempt please review the following steps:
  • Step 1: If you have not already, please take a look at page 5 of the Public Health Order and this FAQ to see if your business is listed as an essential business. 
  • Step 2: If you do not have clarity after reading the FAQ, call (916) 875-2002. 
  • Step 3: The County Health Services Team will connect back with you shortly.