Boulder County Small Business

COVID-19 Funding

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City of Boulder
Description

The City of Boulder has $925,000 in grant funds to distribute in 2022 for a variety of uses, including general operating support, community projects, arts education projects, professional development scholarships and more. In addition, first-time applicants and those who have not received a grant through the Boulder Arts Commission may be eligible to receive grant writing assistance.

Eligibility

As per grant instructions

Funding Amount

As per grant instructions

Deadline to Apply

Rolling basis throughout 2022

City of Broomfield

No active programs.

City of Lafayette

No active programs. The City of Lafayette has administered several recent grant programs.

City of Longmont

No active programs. The City of Longmont has administered several recent grant programs.

City of Louisville

No active programs. The City of Louisville has administered several recent grant programs.

Town of Erie

No active programs.

Town of Jamestown

No active programs.

Town of Lyons
Description

This is an interest-free loan of up to $10,000 with a one-year payback. Funds are provided by a federal grant and a locally-funded Business Recovery Fund. The funds are intended for business and expansion loans that will create additional employment. Immediate COVID-19 relief is an eligible use of the funds. The loan can also be used for the non-speculative purchase of land, buildings and fixed equipment. Additional uses include working capital and improvements to buildings.

Eligibility
  • Businesses in the Lyons Planning are
  • Dispensaries are not eligible
Funding Amount

Up to $10,000

Deadline to Apply

This is a revolving fund and new loans will be made as existing loans are paid off and funds are made available.

Town of Nederland

No active programs.

Town of Superior

No active programs.

Town of Ward

No active programs.

Town of Niwot (Unincorporated)

No active programs.

Need help?

The SBDC has consultants available to answer your questions about COVID funding programs and help walk you through the applications. Request a virtual appointment below.

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The COVID funding webpages have been created through a partnership between the Boulder SBDC and Boulder County Commissioners’ Office.

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ALERT!

DUPLICATION OF BENEFITS

Most of these programs have specific criteria on the allowed uses on any funds distributed. Businesses are advised to pay careful attention to these criteria. In addition, almost all programs do not allow a business to use funds from more than one program for the same expense or loss of revenue. This is known as “double-dipping” and may result in a demand for return of the funds along with penalties and interest.