CV-Community Development Block Grant Microenterprise Grant
In summary, the FAQ’s help explain these eligibility requirements:
- The business must be physically located within Jefferson County.
- The business must be a microenterprise, defined by HUD as a commercial enterprise that has five (5) or fewer employees, 1 or more of whom owns the business.
- The business must employ five (5) or fewer people at the time of application. This includes the owner, part-time and full-time employees.
- The business owner(s) family and/or the business employee(s) must be low-to-moderate income (LMI) as defined by HUD income guidelines.
- The business must be a for-profit entity (Non-profit entities are not eligible)
- The business must not be permanently closed, out of business, or filed bankruptcy.
- The business must be able to document expenses equal to or greater than the requested amount of assistance. Incurred expenses must be on or after March 1, 2020.
Along with the application and guidelines, these FAQ’s can be found on our website, https://jeffcountymo.org/microenterprise-grant/
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Thank you to all who attended the JCGA 32nd Annual Golf Classic, and to all of our award winners. We sincerely appreciate your generosity in donating your winnings back to the JCGA. We could not have asked for a more beautiful day on the course! Special thank you to all our sponsors in helping to make this event such a huge success, we are looking forward to the next one.
Footage from the 2021 JCGA Bottleneck Bridge Ride. Thank you to all our sponsors for making this event possible and to all those who came to ride in the event!
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One Plan, One Voice ~ 2021
“One Plan One Voice” is a multi-year plan to transform Jefferson County into a destination community attracting businesses, families and tourists for its quality of life and economic opportunity. From a regional brand that illustrates our strengths and enhances regional perceptions, prioritized roadway and safety improvements, support of continued investment in education, broadband connectivity and strategic business and economic development partnerships, JCGA leadership, members and partners create the road map and work together for economic prosperity.
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