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Oakland County Stabilization Fund

Oakland County Executive David Coulter and the Oakland County Board of Commissioners joined together to create the Oakland County small business stabilization fund to provide immediate help for small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The $3 million fund is made possible by $1.85 million from Oakland County and $1.15 million grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s Small Business Relief Program.  The grant will assist qualifying small businesses with up to $10,000 to help offset losses or expenses resulting from the coronavirus emergency.

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Subscribe to Finance NewsA wide range of incentives are available to companies considering expanding in Oakland County. These incentives seek to attract and retain high-quality jobs for a highly skilled work force, as well as maintain a vibrant economic environment for the business community.​​​

​To learn more about available incentives programs and grants select a topic from the links below. This information changes often – please contact Business Development for questions and details.


Grant program for small business concerns to engage in research and development that has the potential for commercialization. With​​​ the possible exception of those listed und​er, there are no grants for general startup and operating costs of a mainstream for-profit business.​​​​​