Federal Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Funds Exhausted
The PPP and EIDL program funds have been exhausted. Congress is expected by many observers to approve additional funding for the PPP in the coming weeks, and we will pass any pertinent information along to you as it becomes available.
If you're a small business seeking financing, unless your business bank is halting applications, you are encouraged by the Colorado Lending Source and other agencies to continue the process of applying for one of these loans so that you are prepared once funding resumes. EIDL applications are not being accepted by the Small Business Administration (SBA) at this time.
Additional funding options can be found on the Colorado Small Business Development Center's website. The Office of Economic Development and International Trade has also put together this comprehensive list.
Find Resources for Businesses and Residents on the City of Centennial's Website
The City of Centennial has created several new web pages on its website, including a resource hub for businesses, which includes past editions of this e-newsletter. Find business resources, see our resident resources or visit the Think Local restaurant web page.
General Business Resources
South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce | Aurora Chamber of Commerce
Aurora - South Metro Small Business Development Center | Business Licensing & Registration | Arapahoe/Douglas WORKS! | Arapahoe Libraries Business Support Services
WANT TO KNOW MORE? Contact Centennial's Economic Development Division
Neil Marciniak, Economic Development Director | 303-754-3351 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Stewart Meek, Economic Development Specialist | 303-754-3410 | email@example.com
City of Centennial, 13133 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, CO 80112 | 303-325-8000