On Wednesday, senators in Sacramento approved the record-breaking $300 billion bumper spending package.
Twenty million taxpayers are expected to get cheques ranging in value from $200 to $1,050.
A $350 payout will be given to single taxpayers making under $75,000, and a $700 check will be given to joint filers making under $150,000.
If they have at least one dependant, they will receive an additional $350.
A $250 payment will be made to single taxpayers earning between $75,001 and $125,000 annually, while the threshold for married couples is $250,000.
Additionally, unmarried Californians with annual incomes between $125,001 and $250,000 will get a payout of $200.
Joint filers who make between $250,001 and $500,000 will receive $400 as a result
However, single taxpayers who make more than $250,000 annually are not entitled to a relief payment.
By October, households will get checks by direct deposit or debit card, a Newsom Administration representative told KRCA.