Oakland County, Michigan/COVID-19/Grants/Restaurant Relief | The City, Village and Township (CVT) Grant Program

Restaurant Relief | The City, Village and Township (CVT) Grant Program

To Support Restaurants, Bars and Cafes during COVID-19 Pandemic

PROGRAM LAUNCH: December 2020 | PROGRAM CLOSES: June 30, 2021

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 Program Status Overview as of April 12, 2021

  • Through this two-phased program, Oakland County has provided nearly $2.4 million in needed products and funds to partnering cities, villages, and townships.  Local communities are using these products and funds to support dine-in restaurants, bars and cafes.

  • Product deliveries to date include 269 igloos and greenhouses; 1,022 outdoor propane heaters and 6,088 propane exchanges (20 lbs.); and 868 electrostatic sprayers and 1,683 gallons of electrostatic disinfectant.
  • Oakland County has awarded about $2.84 million to partnering cities, villages, and townships for this two-phased restaurant relief program.  Some funds may still be available.  Dine-in restaurants, bars and cafes are encouraged to contact their municipalities for more information.

    NOTE: If you are a Restaurant/Bar/Cafe Owner, please contact your local municipality, DDA, Management Organizations, or Chamber for more information on this program.


U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Restaurant Revitalization Grant Fund 

This new grant fund is administered by the SBA (not Oakland County).

Application process opens May 3, 2021. To see all the details and apply, visit: www.sba.gov

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