Deadline is today for Marshfield business emergency grants
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD – Time is running out for small businesses in Marshfield looking for financial assistance because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Bob McManus says applications for the city’s COVID-19 Small Business Emergency Grant Program are due by 4:30 p.m. this afternoon (May 1) and he’s glad the common council signed off on it.
The mayor explains the program:
Applications should be emailed to city Development Services Director Josh Miller at email@example.com.
Applicants should include documented expenses for the amounts being requested. Eligible expenses include payments for a lease/rent/mortgage, utility bills, and e-commerce.
The maximum grant award is $2,000 per business.
This is not a first come, first serve program and everyone is guaranteed funding.
If requests exceed available funding, grants will be awarded based on a random selection of eligible applications that meet the criteria in the program description.
If you need a paper copy of the application, have questions regarding the program, or need assistance with the application please contact Josh Miller at 715-486-2075 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit www.ci.marshfield.wi.us/residents/coronavirus_(covid_19)/small_business_emergency_grant_program_(covid-19).php.