Salt Lake City Department of Economic Development
09/30/22 11:59 PM
Grants to Utah nonprofit organizations, businesses, and individuals in eligible regions for Coronavirus (COVID-19) recovery efforts. Funding is intended to assist artists as well as nonprofits and businesses in industries such as travel, tourism, and hospitality. Eligible applicants are located in Salt Lake City.
Small Businesses and Artists:
Eligible disciplines for individual artists include: Dance, Design Arts, Literature, Multidisciplinary Arts & New Media, Film, Music, Performance Art, Theater, Visual Arts and Folk or Traditional art forms in any of the above genres.
Eligible uses of grant funding:
Eligible Uses ONLY for “disproportionately impacted” businesses:
Eligible Uses ONLY for businesses in the travel, tourism, and hospitality sector:
Eligible use of grant funds:
Provide an effective and efficient program designed to directly respond to an identified COVID-19 negative economic impact for:
There must be a clear causal relationship tying the recovery to impact.
GrantWatch ID#: 205554
- Small Businesses and artists/artisans can apply for grants up to $50,000
- Nonprofits offering arts or small business-specific COVID-19 recovery programming can apply for grants up to $100,000
Grant funding may only be used for costs incurred after March 3, 2021. All funds must be spent by December 31, 2024, with receipts provided no later than December 31, 2026.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Small Business/Artist Application: https://slc-gov.force.com/slccrm/s/Request?rt=a0F5G00000PyMs3UAF&category=Admin
Nonprofit Application: https://slc-gov.force.com/slccrm/s/Request?rt=a0F5G00000QXp3uUAD&category=CAN
Applicants can pick up a paper application at City Hall and mail their application (along with required business documents) to the following address before the deadline:
SLC Economic Development
PO Box 145590
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-5590
Applicants can visit Salt Lake City Hall to pick up a paper application:
SLC Economic Development
451 South State Street, Rm 128
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114
Completed paper applications (along with required business documents) can be returned to the above address before the deadline.
Applications can be emailed to ED@slcgov.com
Ashley Lichtle, SLC ADA Coordinator: Ashley.email@example.com or 385-315-3774
For questions, contact:
Todd Andersen, SLC ARPA Program Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org (385) 258-4582
If you need assistance in Spanish, please contact:
Cathie Rigby, SLC ARPA Program Manager
email@example.com (801) 940-9010
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