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Economic Development

Covid-19 Resources

Eureka’s businesses, and the workers that support them, are essential to the vitality of our city.  We are working closely with our partners to coordinate resources, communications, and programming to help local businesses cope with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please visit for the most up to date information on the resources available to you.  In addition, please visit the City’s Facebook page for updates.

Click below to view The Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce Message of Support and COVID-19 Resilience Resources

Eureka Small Business Bridge Program

The City of Eureka has set aside $300,000 to provide grants of up to $7,500 to small businesses located within City of Eureka limits to cover the business owners unpaid or pending rent from January 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021.  Click the link to view the program details and application. 

Small Business Bridge Program 

Neighborhood Investment Mini Grant 

The City of Eureka has developed a Neighborhood Mini Grant Program. The Purpose of the program is to provide small grant for volunteers to complete projects in their neighborhood. The goal of the program is to help create awareness and enthusiasm for residents while they take ownership of their neighborhood, empowering and engaging our community. The Neighborhood Grant Program will create long term economic and social outcomes for city residents. 

Neighborhood Investment Mini Grant 

About the Economic Development Division:

Our mission is to forge partnerships in our community and create economic resilience.

The City of Eureka Economic Development Division is dedicated to creating jobs, stimulating the growth and expansion of business, and improving the quality of life in Eureka.  Our staff provides assistance with finding business locations, applying for grants, administering small business loans and much more.

 The links below provide map-based information about parcels, zoning, land use, parks, utilities, historic preservation other topics.

Links to Commonly Requested Information Regarding Economic Development:

  • Neighborhood Investment Mini Grant