| Norristown Community Facilities Project
We would like to thank the community for your active participation and input in our initial meeting held on the Norristown Community Facilities Project. Your voices and feedback will provide the needed core focus in which our framework will be structured. The open and constructive dialogue will continue through the facilitation of ongoing meetings during the development phases of the project and by submission of your thoughts through our provided survey. This collaborative effort will strengthen the success of the project as we aim to have the community be the driving force defining this process.
We want to hear from you
Please take a few minutes to complete our survey.
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| Small Business Grant Program with a Focus on Minority, Women, and Veteran Owners
Last updated: 3/23/23
Open: Currently accepting applications.
Closed: No longer accepting applications. Grant funding has been awarded. Applicants determined ineligible may re-apply. Click here for more details.
Pending: No longer accepting applications. Applications are currently being reviewed.
Meeting the community where they are
- The Recovery Office recently held a two-day workshop for Spanish speakers to discuss our latest initiative, the Small Business Grant program, with an attendance of over 18 entrepreneurs from the Latino community.
- Throughout the year, we held town halls and workshops with minorities and disadvantaged groups across Montgomery County to collaborate and communicate all of our programs and upcoming initiatives.
Grants Programs and Other Collaborative Initiatives
External Funding Opportunity for Nonprofits
Pandemic Recovery Fund (ARPA-SLFRF)
Fire Services Recovery Grant Program
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Program Start-Up and Technical Assistance (managed by the Montgomery County Office of Behavioral Health/ Developmental Disabilities/ Early Intervention) Coming soon
Montgomery County First Time Homebuyers Program Expansion (managed by the Montgomery County Office of Housing and Community Development)
Funding to support Hurricane Ida Disaster Relief