ELIGIBLE GRANT REQUESTS
- Acquisition Funds
- Reimbursement Funds (for CVTs, Partners, and Businesses)
Some high-demand products from Phase One will continue to be available, along with some additional products, including:
- Fixed-location outdoor sanitation stations
- Igloo/Dome (12’ in diameter)
- Outdoor tower propane heater and tank
- Propane tank (20 lb.) refill and exchange program
- Victory cordless electrostatic handheld sprayer
- Electrostatic disinfectant solution (1 gallon)
PHASE 2: Product Spec Sheet
ELIGIBLE PRODUCTS FOR ACQUISITION AND REIMBURSEMENT INCLUDE:
- Igloos/domes and greenhouses
- Outdoor propane heaters
- Propane refill programs
- Plastic A-Frame sidewalk signs (24”’x 36”)
- Picnic tables, outdoor tables and seating
- Materials to construct platforms, railings and ramps
- Materials to construct outdoor seating areas
- Electrostatic sprayers and disinfectant solution
- Sanitation stations (fixed and portable)
- Refill wipes and liquid hand sanitizer for sanitation stations
- Foot operated door pulls
- General Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and supplies
LABOR, SERVICES AND FEES ELIGIBLE FOR REIMBURSEMENT INCLUDE:
- Labor to construct platforms, railings and ramps
- Labor to construct outdoor seating areas
- Labor to install fixed location sanitation stations
- Technology related services or fees to upgrade websites and install apps for online ordering or delivery
- Technology related services or fees to install point of sale systems to minimize employee-customer contact
- $250 Social District Permit Fee paid by business to the State in cities, villages and townships that have established a Social District under MCL 436.1551
CVTs with questions regarding other products and fees, can email Oakland County at
Salary or wages for employees of CVT, Chambers of Commerce, restaurants, bars, cafes, downtown development authorities and other downtown and corridor management organizations are not eligible for reimbursement.
The CVTs may maintain ownership of the purchased products and/or provide the products to restaurants, bars, cafes, downtown development authorities and other downtown and corridor management organizations.
Eligible reimbursement costs must be incurred between July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.
For this program, the maximum total reimbursement for a single business is $10,000.
Roles & Responsibilities
For successful implementation of the program, the local governments will need to work cooperatively with chambers of commerce, downtown development authorities and other downtown and corridor management organizations.
CVTs and Partners will identify local needs, allocate resources, and utilize the grant purchased items and funds to support impacted dine-in restaurants, bars and cafés.
Oakland County staff will coordinate the “County-Coordinated” Product Orders and deliveries with CVT contact.