CARES Act Relief Fund
- 2019 Business Tax Returns
- Current Business License
- NM Tax ID Number
- Gross Receipts for March 2019
- Gross Receipts for April 2019
- Supplemental Information may be requested
Small Business CARES Act Relief Fund
Brought to You by: Cibola County, City of Grants and the Village of Milan
The three government entities joined efforts and have secured funding to help support the small businesses that were hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. This funding is made available as part of the CARES Act federal stimulus package.
Grants are available to qualifying small businesses with 50 or fewer full-time equivalent employees. The grant proceeds must be spent on eligible “business continuity” or “business redesign” expenses necessary to adopt COVID Safe Practices. Maximum award will be $20,000 per applicant/business or organization.
To be eligible, your company must be headquartered in Cibola County, New Mexico and either have been forced to close or severely curtail business operations as a result of closure orders from the state, and have an annual revenue of $2 million or less prior to the impact of COVID-19.
DEADLINE: Applications must be submitted by: December 1, 2020 by 2:00 pm
Money will be available on a First-Come-First Serve Basis
Assistance Available Starting September 21, 2020 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm Mon.-Friday)
Location: Village of Milan at 623 Uranium Ave. Milan, NM
Or E-mail completed application to…………firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information or an appointment contact: Candi 505-285-1035
- Business with a physical location or mobile vendors in Cibola County, New Mexico.
- Businesses with an active business license.
- Businesses with 1-50 full-time employees (or equivalent part-time), including the owner.
- Businesses that are restaurants, bars, breweries, short-term lodging, hairdressers, nail technicians and beauty salons, gyms, retail stores, and other non-essential businesses that were impacted due to the stay-at-home orders.
- Cibola County residents engaged in 1099 contract work.
- Organizations must receive no more than $2 million in taxable receipts [per annum].
- Eligible expenses are dollar amounts beyond what you have already been reimbursed from other COVID relief efforts such as Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Small Business Administration (SBA), small business assistance funds from the State of New Mexico, or insurance.
- Because of COVID-19, expenses incurred or financial hardship in sustaining business operations. (employee payroll, rent, scheduled mortgage payments, insurance, utilities/operations cost, marketing, reconfiguring physical space, installing plexiglas barriers, purchasing web-conferencing or other technology to facilitate work-at-home, PPE for employees, etc.).