The Boulder County commissioners not too long ago authorized the reallocation of funds to assist help native, small enterprise in Lyons and Nederland impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lyons, which has an estimated 110 companies within the city limits, has entry to $200,000. Nederland, which has about 160 companies inside and out of doors the downtown district, has entry to $150,000.
The cash could also be used for hire, mortgage or utility funds when there are income shortfalls attributable to the pandemic. The cash additionally can be utilized for private protecting tools and cleansing provides.
The cash was allotted to Boulder County by the federal CARES ACT Aid Fund. Thus far, Boulder County has distributed 45% of the greater than $15 million of its allocation to cities and cities within the county.
The remaining is supporting the emergency response to the pandemic, elevated meals entry, elevated unemployment insurance coverage entry, small companies in unincorporated areas and security web organizations and clinics.
Functions for funding can be offered by every city.
In Lyons, contact Brianna Hoyt at email@example.com or Kim Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Extra info additionally is on the market at townoflyons.com/covidgrant. In Nederland, contact Miranda Fisher at email@example.com or name 303-258-3266, ext.1030.