City Loans for COVID Impacts

On April 21, 2020, the City Council authorized two loan programs designed to assist City of Marina Small Businesses and Residents to address COVID impacts. The program entails up to a $10,000 loan for businesses that qualify and up to $2,000 for residents that qualify.  A summary of Business Loan Program and the Residential Loan Program can be found below.  Additionally, below are the Loan Applications.  Please contact city staff below with questions and additional information. 

Eric Frost, Fin. Director                                                        Matt Mogensen, Assistant City Manager
831-884-1221                                                                       831-884-1240
efrost@cityofmarina.org                                                       mmogensen@cityofmarina.org                                         

Business Loans

The program entails up to a $10,000 loan for Marina small businesses that qualify.  The program is part of a much larger number of options available to businesses.  Businesses are required to have also applied for SBA loans prior to applying for a City Business Loan.  

COVID Small Business Loan Program Summary
COVID Small Business Loan Program Application

Applications are to be in writing and submitted to the City of Marina by email to businessloanapp@cityofmarina.org or by US Mail or personal delivery to:  Marina City Hall, Attn: Finance Director, 211 Hillcrest Avenue, Marina CA 93933.

Residential Loans

The program entails up to $2,000 for Marina residents that qualify.

COVID Marina Resident Loan Program Summary
COVID Marina Resident Loan Program Application

Applications are to be in writing and submitted, along with all supporting documentation, to the City of Marina by email to: residentloanapp@cityofmarina.org or by US mail or personal delivery to: Marina City Hall, Attn: Finance Director, 211 Hillcrest Avenue, Marina CA 93933