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Town of Mammoth Lakes Business Recovery Grant Program

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The Town of Mammoth Lakes Business Recovery Program is designed to provide funding to businesses in the Town of Mammoth Lakes who are experiencing financial hardship due to 2023 extreme weather disaster and substantial increase of snow removal costs. This program is designed to provide support funding for small businesses with a grant award of up to $7,500 per business. Applications are currently open and will close on Wednesday, May 31 at 5pm (local time).

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Community Survey for Regional Economic Development Strategy

The Town of Mammoth Lakes announced today that a community-wide survey is open for residents and individuals to provide feedback on themes identified in a regional economic development strategic planning process.

The Town of Mammoth Lakes has partnered with several other parties to participate in the creation of a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for the region. The region’s geography is Alpine, Inyo, and Mono Counties, and the Town of Mammoth Lakes.

A Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is a formal document that meets the guidelines put forth by the Economic Development Administration (EDA). The EDA defines a CEDS as “a strategy-driven plan for regional economic development. A CEDS is the result of a regionally-owned planning process designed to build capacity and guide the economic prosperity and resiliency of an area or region.” When a region has a CEDS, it is eligible for funding opportunities made available through the EDA’s Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance programs to advance recommendations and priorities identified in the CEDS.

Access Survey Here

(From Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce)

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