Marysville offers 2nd round of business relief grants

Firms that have experienced a 25% or more decline in revenues and employ 10 - 49 may be eligible.

MARYSVILLE — A second round of CARES Business Rent Relief grants is available to local companies adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Small businesses that have experienced a 25% or more decline in revenues can use the grants for payment or reimbursement of up to three months of rent, lease or mortgage payments, Marysville city officials said.

Marysville firms in business on or before Jan. 1 that employ 10 to 49 full-time workers, including the owner, may be eligible.

Applications are due July 22.

“With many Marysville businesses struggling, we are grateful for every opportunity to help when we can,” Mayor Jon Nehring said.

For more information go to: https://marysvillewa.gov/

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