Last updated: 2:30pm Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Today’s Latest Updates

Restaurant Revitalization

 The SBA released some new information April 17:  Your SBDC team encourages you to review the guide, and to download and fill out the sample application. You may discover gaps in your information and documentation in time to get fully prepared, once the application goes live. Here’s an email from the SBA, from April 17, 2021.

Funding Program Guide

RRF Sample Application

Restaurant owners need to prepare right away to apply
Note, as of March 31, 2021, the SBA has revoked the requirement that applicants be SAM/DUNS registered. 
Applicants should work with an accountant to prepare relevant paperwork that clearly shows your gross revenue loss in 2020 as compared to 2019.

Echo Mtn. Arts Fund Round 2

If you or someone you know is an artist whose income was impacted by the Echo Mountain Fires last summer, check out the second round of this relief fund, overseen by the Lincoln City Cultural Center.


PPP Extension Act of 2021

This bill extends the Paycheck Protection Program, established to support small businesses in response to COVID-19 (i.e., coronavirus disease 2019). Currently, the program is set to expire on May 31, 2021.  Here’s the SBA PPP page.


Shuttered Venue grant opened April 8, but closed due to portal issues | Lincoln County Theatres, Fairs, etc. – Is this grant right for you?

Here’s the SBA SVOG Portal


Commercial Rent Relief

Business Oregon Commercial Rent Relief Program reopens April 22, 2021


Register for free email updates

Click to register for FREE periodic emails from the Oregon Coast Small Business Development Center


Online Workshops

This Spring, the SBDC will continue responding to the COVID-19 outbreak with a series of classes and workshops, delivered direct to your home or office via live videoconference. Some are even being delivered live, in-person, with robust social-distancing protocols in place. [Masks, as you will expect, are required.]  The lineup may be updated throughout Spring and Summer ’21. Check out the lineup, here. 


Free Advising

Every business in Lincoln County is sure to feel the effects of the pandemic in one way or the other. No business should feel they have to ‘go it alone.’ Your SBDC, and its army of partners and affiliate agencies and individuals, are here to help.

Click to register now for free, confidential, one-on-one business advising – delivered soon, and via live video or teleconference, from our offices here in Lincoln County

The resources on this page will continue to change. This is a fluid and unpredictable situation. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, contact us via email or call 541-994-4166.

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