Time running out to apply for Clark County grant program

County taking applications through Tuesday

Mitch Kelly
December 22, 2020 - 5:20 am
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LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) - Round 3 of Clark County's Small Business Stabilization Grant program ends on Tuesday. The grant awards up to $30,000 for working capital. 

The funding does not need to be repaid and may be used for working capital to cover general expenditures such as rent, utilities, inventory or payroll. 

Grant Award:      up to $15,000 1-24 employees
                           up to $30,000 25-50 employees

Eligibility Requirements:

 - Business location must be within Unincorporated Clark County

 - The business location address on the business license will be used to confirm jurisdiction

 - Businesses within Incorporated Cities are NOT eligible: (Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City and Mesquite)

 - Must have 50 or less full-time employees as of March 15, 2020

 - Sole proprietor and home-based business are eligible

 - Must have an active Clark County business license

 - A copy of the business license will be needed. NV State licenses are NOT acceptable by themselves

 - Business must have been operating on or before January 1, 2020

 - The date on your business license will be used to determine operational dates

 - Must have an actual financial hardship (financial statements from 2020 will be reviewed)

 - Must not have any federal, state or county tax liens

Businesses that have received other federal, state or local COVID relief grants or loans may apply.  However, funding priority will be given to businesses that have not participated in and have not received funds from any other Clark County Small Business COVID relief programs.  Next priority will be given to businesses that have received less than $25,000 total COVID relief funds.  All other grant applications will be awarded based on any remaining and available funds.

For more information on eligibility and how to apply for a grant, click here.