Gov. Tony Evers announced on April 13, a $100 million investment in Wisconsin’s economic recovery as part of the state’s funds received under President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act. The investment aims to ensure businesses and communities across Wisconsin have additional support and resources to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic.
The announcement includes $50 million in Wisconsin Tomorrow – Main Street Bounceback grants, to encourage businesses to move into vacant storefronts in downtowns and other commercial corridors around the state. The program will provide $10,000 grants to new or existing businesses that move into vacant commercial properties in Wisconsin communities. The Wisconsin Tomorrow – Main Street Bounceback grants are part of Gov. Evers’ commitment to invest $600 million in support for small businesses.
Read more about the grants guidelines, timelines, and about how to apply HERE.
For more information, contact the association office.