Oregon Small Business Relief Funds Per County

We have been reaching out directly to each individual county to help gather information regarding the small business relief funds recently announced by Governor Brown. Each county will be responsible...

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We have been reaching out directly to each individual county to help gather information regarding the small business relief funds recently announced by Governor Brown. Each county will be responsible for determining the eligibility criteria and application process for distributing those funds. 

Below is the updated list of the counties that currently have information available. If your county is not listed, they have not posted any information as of this morning. Some counties are awaiting Commission meetings to determine how they will roll out the funding. 

Benton County – the link takes you to their resource site. They currently have a separate grant application available through this Sunday, December 6th. Additional information regarding the most current funding will be available soon. 

Coos County – the link takes you to the CCD Business website – Coos County has contracted with them to disperse funding. The application will be posted on their site on Monday, December 7th

Deschutes County – the link takes you to the COIC website – Deschutes County has partnered with them to disperse funding. The application portal opens Friday, December 4th and closes Wednesday, December 9th. 

Douglas County – the link is an email address that you can send a request to for information. 

Jackson County – the link takes you to the main website for details. Jackson and Josephine counties have partnered with Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development, Inc. for assistance in dispersing the funds. Application portal opens Friday, December 4th at Noon.

Josephine County – the link takes you to the main Jackson County website for details, which also includes Josephine County. Josephine & Jackson counties have partnered with Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development, Inc. for assistance in dispersing the funds. Application portal opens Saturday, December 5th at Noon.

Lane County – the link takes you to an online for you can complete to sign-up for updates.

Lincoln County – the link takes you to the website. They will update as information becomes available – they are planning to have the application portal open by middle of next week.

Marion County – the link takes you to the website where you can sign up for updates. 

Morrow County – the link takes you to the website – they will be updating it weekly as more information becomes available. 

Multnomah County – the link takes you to the main application site. Please be sure to carefully review the eligibility criteria. Currently, you must have held a valid, Multnomah County-issued food service license between January 1 and September 30, 2020. Open to owners with 5 or fewer permits. We are also researching to see if there are other options for those that do not meet the criteria. 

Umatilla County – the link takes you to the website – they will update as more information becomes available. The current application link on the site was for the previous grants.

Washington County – the link takes you to the website – they hope to have additional information posted by end of this week. 

Yamhill County – the link takes you to the website – they will update as information becomes available and are aiming to have application portal open on Friday, December 11th.

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