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Montana-Made Masks

Montana-Made Masks

Looking for sources for masks?  Wanting to support businesses in Montana? Find a great list of mask and hand sanitizer sources at this link:  Mask Up With Montana Made  
Grants for Businesses

Grants for Businesses

There are two grants available to Montana businesses through the State of Montana COVID Relief fund that MCAEDC wants to make Miles City Area (and greater Montana) businesses aware of. One is the Business Stabilization Grant   these grants will provide working capital...
Grant Program Updates of Note

Grant Program Updates of Note

The Montana Business Adaptation Program provides reimbursement for COVID-19 expenses related to keeping staff and customers safe – from the purchase of personal protective equipment to resources needed for staff to work remotely. Eligible small business must be...
Work Continues on the Trails

Work Continues on the Trails

The recently created trail along Tongue River’s western bank will begin resurfacing for June as part of the effort to expand and enhance Miles City’s trail systems. The effort is spearheaded by the Miles City Area Economic Development Council, who at a meeting earlier...
PPP, EIDL, and Debt-Relief Updates

PPP, EIDL, and Debt-Relief Updates

PPP numbers for Montana (as of 5/30/20) 22,124 loans for $1,742,270,456   EIDL Loan numbers for Montana (as of 5/31/20 ) 2633 loans for $180,306,800   PPP Forgiveness The PPP Loan Forgiveness Application and Interim Final Rule on Loan Forgiveness have been...
Miles City Area Business Survey

Miles City Area Business Survey

MCAEDC is collecting information about how businesses in Miles City and Custer County have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The information collected will allow us to help our City and County Government and our Local and State-wide Economic Development Groups...
More Relief for Montanans

More Relief for Montanans

APPLICATION PORTAL TO OPEN, Thursday, May 7, at 8:00 am.  COVIDRELIEF.MT.GOV Governor Steve Bullock announced on Tuesday that families, small businesses, non-profits, health services centers and individuals across Montana hardest-hit by impacts of COVID-19 will be...