The Beaverton Business Recovery Program is a new grant program offered by the City of Beaverton with funding from Washington County through the Federal CARES Act. The purpose of this grant program is to help small businesses in Beaverton reopen safely from the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant program expects to award $2.057 million in grants to eligible small businesses in one-time grant awards ranging from $2,000-$10,000. The amount received by selected businesses will depend on the size and type of business, as well as the greatest need.
Business eligibility requirements for Beaverton Business Recovery Program
- Must be physically located within Beaverton city limits. Not sure? Check Beaverton Area Jurisdictions.
- Must have an active Beaverton Business License
- Must have been affected by the “Stay Home, Save Lives” executive orders 20-07, 20-08 and 20-12 or are a customer-facing storefront business.
- Must have 25 or less full-time employees (including a combination of part-time employees which would add up to 25 full-time employees)
- National chain businesses with locations outside of the State of Oregon are not eligible. The only exception is for individually-owned franchises, where the owner must be based in Oregon and operate no more than two of the same franchises within the city limits of Beaverton.
- Business must be currently open or planning to open in the next 60 days.
- Businesses must not use funds from this program to cover any expenses already covered from another city, county, state or federal grant program.
Grant program priorities:
- Beaverton businesses most directly impacted by the state’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” orders
- Child and adult day care businesses