Business, CORONAVIRUS, Washington County

Grant opens for small businesses in unincorporated Washington County

Face masks. Photo: Chas Hundley

Washington County announced on Tuesday, December 8 that a new round of small business grants for businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic had been opened. The program is targeted at businesses with 100 or fewer employees that are in the hospitality industry or were shut down by Governor Kate Brown’s freeze order.

Those wishing to apply for a grant from the new round of funding, supplied by the state of Oregon to Washington County, must do so by noon on Sunday, December 13.

Businesses physically located in Durham, Forest Grove, Gaston, King City, the Washington County portion of Wilsonville, and unincorporated Washington County are eligible. The application can be found at

Businesses must have . . .

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