City of Dayton – COVID 19 Financial Assistance Program
The following information is required by the Economic Development Committee (EDC) and the Dayton, Kentucky, City Council (DKCC) to make a preliminary determination on the eligibility of a project under the City of Dayton’s COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program, which was created in response to impacts caused by the COVID-19 crisis and the mandated closures. To determine eligibility for this program, a business must complete, sign and submit an application to:
Robert Yoder, Dayton Economic Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to 514 Sixth Ave. Dayton, KY 41071.
All eligible businesses may apply to receive a $1000 grant to mitigate the impacts caused by COVID-19.
This funding will come in the form of a grant that will not be required to be repaid.
All eligible businesses in the City of Dayton are encouraged to apply for the $1000 grant provide under the City of Dayton’s COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program.
No publicly traded businesses are eligible.
Recipient business must have been open with a valid occupational license prior to July 1, 2020.
Recipient businesses must have a valid City of Dayton Occupational License and be up to date on all applicable taxes, licenses and fees.
All submitted applications will be reviewed and approved by the office of the City of Dayton’s Economic Development Committee.
The application period will begin February 8, 2021. the deadline for application submittal is March 1, 2021.