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.
|City of Austin Neighborhood Housing and Community Development - Community Development Bank||512.472.8087||
The Community Development Bank (CDB) offers financial assistance in the form of loan programs that provide flexible capital and technical assistance to small and minority businesses that are expanding or relocating to low-income areas.
|City of Austin Neighborhood Housing and Community Development - Micro-Enterprise Technical Enterprise||512.928.8010||
The Micro-enterprise Technical Assistance Program offers training and technical assistance to qualified
|City of Austin Neighborhood Housing and Community Development - Small Business Assistance||512.974.3100||
The City offers many services for small businesses in the Austin community from technical assistance to loan services to enhance the success of growing small businesses and encourage the creation of jobs for low- to moderate-income households.
|City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department - Community Exhibition Art Program||512.974.1700||
The Asian American Resource Center Community Art Exhibit Program displays artworks that celebrate the diverse and dynamic cultural heritage, history, identity and creativity of Asians and Asian Americans.
|City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department - Julia C. Butridge Gallery||512.974.4000||
The Julia C. Butridge Gallery supports emerging through professional artists by providing exhibition space by application.
|City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department - Old Bakery and Emporium Art Gallery||512.974.1300||
The art gallery is located on the third floor of the Old Bakery and Emporium and features a rotating schedule of exhibitions including artworks of all media and subject matter.
|City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department /History Arts and Nature Division - Latino Arts Residency Program||512.974.3772||
The Latino Arts Residency Program is a developmental program for Latino arts organizations and artists in all disciplines that provide quality arts and cultural programming to the Austin community and the Extra Territorial Jurisdiction.
|City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department/Muesums and Cultural Programs - Latino Arts Residency Program||512.974.3772||
The Latino Arts Residency Program fosters the development of Austin-area Latino arts organizations and artists in all disciplines in an effort to build and enhance quality, sustainable community arts and cultural programming.
|City of Austin Parks and Recreation/Museums and Cultural Programs - Programs, Cultural Centers and Muesums||512.974.3914||
The Museum and Cultural programs of Austin's Parks and Recreation Department give voice to Austin's imagination, abundant nature and colorful past. Visit the museums, cultural centers, art markets, nature centers and outdoor theater for a memorable glimpse of what makes Austin unique.
|City of Austin Small & Minority Business Resources (SMBR)||512.974.7600||
SMBR assist local businesses with bonding needs, Disadvantaged, Minority and Woman Owned Business Enterprise certification, and a plan room that provides drawings from the City of Austin and other local public and private entities.