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As our community continues to confront the still-emerging health and economic implications of the COVID-19 crisis, small businesses, schools, religious organizations and non-profit entities throughout Canon City, have sought to meet the sudden and emergency needs of our community.
Canon City is proud to announce the opportunity for small businesses, schools, religious organizations and non-profit entities to apply for relief and receive funding, via the CARES Act, to address the COVID-19 emergency. Grants will fund temporary needs such as-outdoor capacity increasing measures due to increased restrictions on capacity by COVID-19 regulations, temporary solutions to COVID -19 that address an immediate issue caused by the pandemic that can help through 12-30-2020. Any direct costs associated with COVID-19 (for example hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, disposable masks, to-go containers, delivery service, etc.)
Applications must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 21, 2020. Only complete applications will be accepted, and all submissions will become the property of Canon City.
Application reviewers will determine eligibility and grant amount. Awards will depend upon the number of applicants, availability of funds, and demonstrated need. Once funding decisions are made, applicants will receive a Grant Award notification which will outline all terms and conditions of receiving the grant.
Canon City reserves the right to offer awards different from the specified amount requested. Funds will be distributed via check. All funding decisions are final.
The Canon City CARES Act COVID-19 Grant Fund is designed to provide a financial bridge until businesses, schools, religious organizations and non-profit entities can return to a more sustainable level of operation. As our community deals with the health and economic implications of the COVID-19 crisis, small businesses, schools, religious organizations, and nonprofit entities have been especially hard hit. Supporting our community is integral to creating jobs for our residents and bringing back the goods and services that provide us with the quality of life we value in Cañon City and Fremont County.
• Must have a physical location in the City of Canon City.
• Has been operating continuously since at least January 1, 2020.
• Independently owned.
• Must be registered with the Colorado Secretary of State and be in good standing.
• Be current with required Canon City Sales, Revenue, and Personal Property Taxes.
• Businesses with more than one physical location in the City of Canon City may apply for the grant program for each location. For purposes of estimating FTE’s, the FTE count shall be based only on the specific location applying for the grant.
• Marijuana industry businesses are not eligible.
• Demonstrate how funds will help return to profitability.
• Grant funds may not be used to pay City or County Real Property taxes. The CARES Act prohibits the use of grant funds to replace revenues.
• Requests for funding to offset property taxes will be denied.
• Receipts or quote demonstrating how grant funds will be used to address business needs caused by business interruption between March 1-December 30, 2020; and
For questions or more information contact City Grant Writer Brandi Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org
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