Tips for Residential Property Owners and Renters on Filing an Insurance Claim – click here
- Check on the status of your Economic Impact Payment – click here
- Tax Day extended to July 15 – click here
- Prepare + Prosper support with Economic Impact Payments – click here
- Recovery dashboard launched to help businesses quickly navigate the available resources from federal, state and local resources. Learn more at RamseyCountyMeansBusiness.com.
- Springboard for the Arts created a Personal Emergency Relief Fund dedicated to supporting MN artists who experience career-threatening emergencies or unanticipated, emergency expenses. Learn more
- COVID-19 Engagement funding from One Minneapolis Fund: Up to $25,000 for projects that provide critical support to city residents who are the most vulnerable and disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. Learn more
- During this pandemic, some requirements for essential programs and services have been waived or modified to allow Minnesotans to receive the support they need. Learn more about the temporary waivers from the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
- Financial Supports for College Students: To help college students, students with children, and families remain financially whole during the pandemic, students will continue to receive current state financial aid payments, even if they withdraw from classes. This includes being paid for scheduled work study hours and child care grants they were depending on. More information can be found at: State Financial Aid Guidance during COVID-19.
Small Business Support
- Tips for Business Owners on Filing an Insurance Claim – click here
- The Saint Paul Port Authority is providing small business loans to St. Paul-based businesses impacted by COVID-19. Business owners can apply for loans up to $50,000. Loan details: 3-yr term w/ 2% interest rate; interest-free for 3 months; no payments due for 6 months; and no pre-payment penalties. For more info and to see if you qualify, click here
- Hennepin County’s Small Business Relief Program opens May 19 at 12:00 p.m. with another round of grants to support self-employed entrepreneurs. Those eligible can apply for up to $3,000 for eligible expenses of business interruption due to COVID-19. For more information – click here
- Small Businesses grants from Business for All: click here
- Federal resources include:
- Federal expansions to the Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans