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Redevelopment Infill Projects
TIF #6 is a redevelopment TIF covering much of the downtown area. The program offers incentives for new infill development as well as the rehabilitation of historic structures. To find out if your property is included in this TIF, please review the TIF #6 map. To apply, please contact Ramona Flanigan, City Administrator, at 608-884-3341 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Business/Economic Development Loan
The purpose of the Small Business/Economic Development (ED) program is to provide financial assistance for a portion of costs associated with interior building improvement projects that contributes to the redevelopment of the Downtown. Eligible projects include interior building rehabilitation projects; and acquisition, demolition, site preparation or similar activities deemed necessary to stimulate development projects located within TIF District #6 in which the City's investment is less than $3,000 or 40% of the project costs.
For more information on the Supersized Small Business loan and to print an application please click on the button below.
Facade Improvement and Sign Program
The purpose of the Facade Improvement program is to provide financial assistance to downtown businesses and property owners for a portion of costs associated with exterior building improvements.
For more information on the Facade Grant opportunity and to print an application please click on the button below.
Main street bounceback grants
The goal of the Main Street Bounceback Grants program is to provide financial support to businesses that move into existing vacant commercial properties, helping to create a foundation for long-term success for themselves and their communities.
The Main Street Bounceback Grants program provides $10,000 to new or existing businesses and non-profit organizations moving into vacant properties in Wisconsin’s downtowns and commercial corridors. Funds can be used to pay leases or mortgages, operational expenses and other business costs related to the newly opened location. The program is open to new or existing businesses opening a new location or expanding operations in a vacant commercial space as of January 1, 2021. Grant funds are available as part of the American Recovery Plan Act and will be distributed by WEDC’s regional partners. Businesses must apply through the partner organization for the region in which they are located.
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