City providing grant financing to services intrigued in making upgrades to public dealing with parts of shop
Approximately 15 matching grants of as much as $5,000 to be granted to regional small companies in 2022
The City’s Workplace of Preparation, Advancement, and Sustainability is releasing a matching grant program for brand-new and existing small companies wanting to make façade enhancements. The program is meant to boost the outside look of industrial areas and bring in brand-new consumers and clients to the City’s regional company scene.
The Medford Storefronts program will award as much as 15 grants to small companies and homeowner thinking about making street front outside enhancements to lighting, awnings, signs, and brand-new paint. The grant will repay 50% of a company owner’s certifying task expenses as much as $5,000.
” Our regional services have actually been exceptionally durable these previous 2 years, adjusting to an altering social environment while still serving and helping the general public,” Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn stated. “This grant program will assist those services in requirement of some cosmetic upgrades and ideally bring more individuals to Medford to go shopping, consume and delight in whatever we need to use.”
As part of the grant program, effective candidates will get style and building and construction management support from Favermann Style, the on-call city style expert designated by the City and moneyed through an extra Massachusetts Video gaming Commission grant. As part of the style consulting services offered to the city, Favermann Style will likewise establish shop style standards for Medford’s industrial districts.
The Workplace of Preparation, Advancement, and Sustainability will start accepting expression of interest applications from May 17th through May 31st and complete applications to Round 1 of the grant program from May 24th through June 14th. The city prepares for opening a 2nd round of financing in the fall, based on readily available funds.
Interested services and industrial homeowner can participate in a virtual public info session on May 13 th at 10am. The Workplace of Preparation, Advancement, & & Sustainability will likewise be providing drop-in workplace hours throughout the following times:
- Monday, May 16th from 9-10am|Zoom
- Wednesday, May 18th from 5-6pm|Face to face at Municipal government, Rm. 207
- Friday, May 20th from 10-11am|Zoom
- Tuesday, May 24th from 1-2pm|Face To Face at Municipal Government, Rm. 207
- Thursday, May 26th from 10-11am|Zoom
For more details concerning the Storefronts grant Program, check out www.medfordma.org/storefront-improvement/ Please get in touch with Medford’s Workplace of Preparation, Advancement, and Sustainability at 781-393-2480 or email@example.com with any concerns.