The City of Richmond has developed several loan programs to assist businesses with their financial needs. Below is a description of each program. To learn more, please contact Rick Winston at 804.646.5036 or Rick.Winston@richmondgov.com.
Citywide Revolving Loan Program
The Citywide Revolving Loan Program provides access to capital for small businesses, entrepreneurs, developers, and non-profits and used to stimulate the revitalization of Richmond's neighborhoods and promote permanent job creation for low to moderate income residents.
The maximum loan amount is up to $250,000 with interest rates up to 9%.
Contractors Assistance Loan Program (CAP)
The purpose of the Contractors Assistance Loan Program (CAP) is to provide access to capital to small contractors that are doing business within the city of Richmond that lack access to traditional financing. The goal is to provide contractors with flexible terms and conditions, which may or may not be available in the conventional marketplace.
The maximum loan amount is up to $100,000 with interest rates up to 9%.
Economic Development Revolving Loan Program
Micro-Enterprise Revolving Loan Fund Program
The Micro-Enterprise Revolving Loan Fund Program is designed to provide financial assistance, training and counseling services to eligible micro-enterprises. A micro-enterprise is a business that has five (5) or fewer employees, one or more of whom owns the enterprise.