The City of Austin Small Business Program offers a comprehensive directory of small business resources offered by local, state, and federal governments and non-profit agencies. Our goal for the City of Austin Small Business Guide is to increase awareness and use of the programs that provide aid in the development of your business. Call 512-974-7800, email SmallBiz@austintexas.gov or visit our website www.SmallBizAustin.org for information about all our services and resources.
|Capital Area Council of Governments Solid Waste Planning (CAPCOG)||(512) 916-6000||
CAPCOG is the state designated planning agency for solid waste management issues in the region. CAPCOG provides technical assistance to local governments on solid waste issues and continuing education opportunities for local governments and solid waste professionals.
|Capital Certified Development Corporation (Capital CDC)||512.327.9299||
CDC offers a variety of small business loans, primarily the SBA 504 Loan Program, throughout Texas.
Capital Factory's mission is to be the cente of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas, the number one startup state in the U.S. Last year more than 100,000 entrepreneurs, programmers, and designers gathered day and night, in-person and online for meetups, classes, and coworking.
|Capitol View Arts||512.291.6211||
Capitol View Arts supports the arts community through arts education, collaborative opportunities, and the preservation of venues for performances and public use.
The Cascades Alliance provides free full-service consulting service to non-profit organizations to help establish waste-based (reuse or recycling) revenue-generating social enterprises. Managed by St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County with more than 50 years of experience, the alliance helps turn discarded mattresses, books, clothing, and other items into a stable revenue stream and source of secure, quality jobs.
|Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance||866.606.8220||
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) provides a full listing of all Federal programs available to state and local government, private profit, nonprofit organizations, and individuals.
|CDC - Natural Disasters and Severe Weather||800.CDC.INFO (800.232.4636)||
The Centers for Disease Control provides information for the public and emergency responders on how to stay safe during public health emergencies.
|City of Austin / Austin Public Health - Fixed Food Establishments||311||
This program works with operators to ensure food safety within fixed food establishments. Types of fixed food establishments include: restaurants, warehouses, convenience stores, food manufacturers, and food wholesalers.
|City of Austin / Austin Public Health - Mobile Food Vendors||311||
The goal of this program is to ensure proper food safety at all food establishments that are mobile in nature, such as food trailers, motor vehicles, pushcarts, and kiosks.
|City of Austin / Office of Sustainability - Austin Green Business Leaders||
The Austin Green Business Leaders Program can help you protect the environment save money, and make Austin a more livable place. Businesses that excel in the program are formally recognized as Silver, Gold or Platinum Green Business Leaders; which can give a competitive edge with customers.