Photo courtesy of the Prince William County Department of Economic Development
COVID-19 has brought challenges to numerous organizations.
Prince William County is providing support to businesses through two grant programs.
Applications are being accepted for the Capital Investment and Innovation Grant and the Construction and Renovation Permit Rebate programs, according to a release from the Prince William County Department of Economic Development (PWCDED).
Businesses located in the county that have been in operation for at least two years could receive up to $200,000 from the Capital Investment and Innovation Grant.
The funding will be used for those making physical updates or changes to their business models in order to assist staff and customers during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Some examples include: outdoor dining, curbside pickup, technology costs, consultant fees, barriers, and updates to heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC).
Applications are due October 30.
Up to $2,000 is available through the Construction and renovation Permit Rebate.
Until June 30, 2021, applicants may request funding for permitting feeds relating to renovations and new construction projects.
More information about the grant programs can be found on the Visit Prince William website. For questions, contact Jeff Green at 703-792-5516 or email@example.com, or Tom Flynn at 702-792-5517 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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