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BUSINESS-FRIENDLY CLIMATE

Since 1981, the Rancho Cucamonga Redevelopment Agency has administered a variety of economic development, redevelopment and housing-related programs that have made a positive impact on businesses and residents in the community. The Agency has assisted in the elimination of blighted conditions resulting in the development of new
public facilities and affordable housing projects, improved infrastructure, and in the creation of a strong local economy through business attraction and retention, workforce development, and tourism efforts. On June 15, 2011, The California State Legislature passed AB X1 26 and AB X1 27, which abolished redevelopment agencies, but provided them with an option to survive if they contributed money to the state. The California Redevelopment Association and the League of California Cities fi led a lawsuit in the California Supreme Court seeking to overturn these bills. On December 29, 2011, the California Supreme Court ruled in the litigation, CRA v. Matosantos, upholding AB X1 26 but striking down the companion legislation that would have allowed the agencies to survive. As a result, all redevelopment agencies were forced to dissolve as of February 1, 2012.

While many of the programs and services provided by the former Rancho Cucamonga Redevelopment Agency are currently unavailable, the city is still committed to maintaining a business-friendly climate that supports the attraction and retention of businesses in Rancho Cucamonga. Some of the business support services and marketing
opportunities currently available include:
• “Rancho Advantage,” a service that brings together principal department representatives to advise new companies on their individual site-specific building and tenant improvement requirements.


• The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides small businesses and entrepreneurs with free business assistance and counseling. The SBDC offers business consulting, seminars, workshops, special programs and information services.


• The “Rancho Recon” (Rancho Cucamonga Reconnaissance) Market Analysis service is designed to offer businesses a detailed analysis of local market segments, specific to each location and tailored to meet individual business needs. This service is provided free of charge, once per year, to all Rancho Cucamonga-based businesses.


• Site selection assistance is offered to new and existing businesses within the City. This assistance consists of a confidential site search for available properties based on specific, client-provided site criteria, as well as coordinating site tours and meetings with real estate brokers and developers.


 
     
 
 

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