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California Competes Tax Credit Program PDF Print E-mail

cal competes logoThe California Competes Tax Credit is an income tax credit available to busineses that want to locate in California or stay and grow in the state.  Tax credit agreements will be negotiated by the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development and approved by the California Competex Tax Credit Committee.  Each fiscal year, 25% of the available credits are reserved for small businesses.  Applications are accepted online and there is no fee to apply.

$151.1 Million available!

www.calcompetes.ca.gov | www.business.ca.gov/calcompetes.aspx

(877) 345-4633 | (916) 322-0694

For more information including evaluation factors, please view the informational flyer below, visit the websites above, or call the provided phone numbers.

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More Low-Income SoCalGas Customers Eligible for Bill-Assistance Programs PDF Print E-mail

socalgas logo webIncreased Income Guidelines Expand Eligibility

The CARE program provides a 20 percent rate discount on the monthly natural gas bill for eligible households.  Those who qualify and are approved within 90 days of starting new gas service will also receive a $15 discount on the Service Establishment Charge.

The Energy Savings Assistance Program provides no-cost, energy-efficient home improvements to income-qualified renters and homeowners.  

Now, more SoCalGas customers are eligible to take part in these state-sponsored, money-saving, no-cost customer assistance programs as a result of updated income guidelines that went into effect on June 1.

For more info read the full news release below.

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New Covina Stater Bros Market PDF Print E-mail

staterbroslogoStater Bros has announced plans to open a new "Blue Ribbon" Stater Bros Supermarket to serve the Covina community.

The new market will occupy the former Albertsons Supermarket location at the southwest corner of Grand Ave and Covina Blvd.  This will be the first Stater Bros Supermarket in Covina.

The supermarket will undergo a complete remodel and open as a "Blue Ribbon" Stater Bros Supermarket before the end of this year.

Read the entire press release below.

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Today in America - Covina PDF Print E-mail

The City of Covina was featured on Today in America with Terry Bradshaw.  View the clip below, as he highlights all the things that make Covina great!

The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has released its 2014 Draft Public Participation Plan for public review and comment. PDF Print E-mail

SCAG's Public Participation Plan (Plan) guides the agency's public involvement and outreach process regarding regional transportation, land use, and environmental planning activities.  The general public and any interested parties may review and comment on the Plan during the period of January 22, 2014 - March 7, 2014.  To read the draft Plan and for information on how to submit comments, please visit www.scag.ca.gov.

Natural Gas Safety PDF Print E-mail

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Northridge earthquake, Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas®) would like to remind customers about natural gas safety in the event of an earthquake.

If you smell gas, hear the sound of gas escaping or see signs of a leak, do not light a match, candle or cigarette and do not turn electrical devices – not even a light switch – on or off, or use any device that can cause a spark. Immediately evacuate the area of the leak and, from a safe location, call SoCalGas at 1-800-427-2200.

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SoCalGas Calls for Energy Conservation PDF Print E-mail

SoCalGas is asking customers to take simple precautionary steps to conserve natural gas during the current cold weather in order to ensure supplies are sufficient to meet demand.

SoCalGas makes the following recommendations:

  • Use extra blankets and sweaters to stay warm and lower your furnace thermostat by three to five degrees (health permitting). This can save up to 30 percent on heating costs.
  • Limit use of non-essential gas appliances, fireplaces and spas.
  • Reduce your water heating usage: use less hot water, turn down the water heater thermostat or insulate your water heater.
  • For additional conservation tips, visit SoCalGas.com

SoCalGas also encourages customers to follow these important safety tips when heating their homes to reduce the risk of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning:

  • Never use your oven, range or outdoor grill to heat your home because these appliances are not designed for this purpose and can emit dangerous carbon monoxide
  • Install a CO detector or change the batteries in your CO detectors.

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