As Covid-19 restrictions start to tighten again, it’s more important than ever that we come together to help one another get through these difficult times.

There are many resources currently available to businesses in our community. We put together a condensed list below. Check it out. ↓

 

 

1.The  and the Broomfield Community Foundation have come together to create a new relief and assistance fund designed to help local small businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic closures and restrictions. Applications are currently being accepted. Click HERE to access the application OR to make a donation in support of local businesses.

“Broomfield has long been a great place to start and grow your business. Our community is a strong supporter of small business and now many of them are at risk of permanently going out of business through no fault of their own,” Said Sam Taylor, President and CEO of the Broomfield Chamber. “This fund will offer a lifeline for those companies that need a little extra help as they reopen their companies after being shut down because of the pandemic.”

2. The  Adams County Community & Economic Development Department Small Business Stabilization Program (SBSP)  provides local businesses with grants to retain jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants for the SBSP are paid for by the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to improve the physical, economic, and social conditions for low- to moderate-income populations. For more information click HERE . To apply click HERE.

3. The City of Westminster Small Business Scholarship Grant provides reimbursement for a wide range of business training to Westminster’s entrepreneurs and small businesses. To learn more or to apply click HERE.

4. To sign up for Covid-19 updates from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, click HERE.  If you would like to talk to someone directly about your business, please contact the Business Navigator via hotline at (303) 860-5881 or email oedit_sbnavigator@state.co.us. The hotline is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

5.The Colorado Outdoor Winter Dining Grant Program assists Colorado-based restaurants that are experiencing financial hardship because of the Covid-19 crisis and state and local regulations limiting the number of customers in indoor spaces. Recipients must use the grant funds to purchase items needed to maintain outdoor dining spaces for patrons during colder weather. For more information or to access the application, please click HERE. 

6. Mini Grants for Small Businesses: As part of its COVID-19 emergency response and recovery strategy, Adams County has partnered with several local Chambers of Commerce to develop a series of mini-grants in separate categories to support small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 situation. Federal funding for the grants comes from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed by Congress. To apply click HERE. 

7. Information and Forms for the Temporary Expanded Area F&B Service Program available HERE. 

8.Covid-19 Small Business Alternative Funding Options List available by clicking HERE.

9. Downloadable “Open For Business/Face Coverings Required Signs” are available to download. Click HERE for a 8.5×11.5 sign and HERE for a 11x 17 sign.

10. For more resources on current restrictions, re-opening best practices and safety protocols, please click HERE. Please also visit the WestyRISE Blog for Business Recovery for additional resources such as “how to create a QR code menu,” updates on new laws and restrictions, re-opening tips and so much more. Access the blog HERE. 

While these are trying times, we all must remember that we are in this together. If your business is struggling due to Covid-19, we hope there is a resource in the list above that helps you.

Stay strong, stay positive and stay kind.