Local Grants

Small Business Assistance Grants: Application period has closed

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Small Business Grants are now available for qualified Frisco businesses (Click on image below for interactive PDF)

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Denton County CARES:  Application period CLOSED on July 7 (12 p.m.)
Denton County is launching its’  OPEN (Operational Plan for Economic Normalization) small business grant program to provide grants to qualifying Denton County businesses who have experienced a negative financial impact during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Collin County:  Application period CLOSED on June 30 (12 p.m.)
The City of Frisco launched the Frisco\Collin Small Business Grant Program (Frisco\Collin SBGP) for businesses physically operating within the Collin County portions of Frisco. The goal of this program is to help the businesses that have been negatively affected and suffered economic hardship due to business closure during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Now Accepting - Emergency Housing  and Living Assistance Grants

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Collin CARES: 
Emergency Housing & Living Assistance (EHLA) Grants through Collin County are now available  (as of June 1) to Frisco residents in Collin County. CARES Funding from the US Treasury will fund programs for residents who meet program requirements.  Learn more in this FAQ about Collin County’s EHLA Program.  

Denton County CARES: 
Denton County  Relief & Recovery Eviction Prevention Fund Grants are now available to Frisco residents in Denton County who meet program requirements.  The grants are funded through the CARES Act and are being administered through United Way Denton.   

Questions?  Contact Sarah Carroll, Community Development Manager, City of Frisco.