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Snohomish County grants hit a deadline

Small businesses in rounds one and two may have already automatically applied


Last updated 2/3/2021 at 9:32am

This story was updated on Feb. 2.

The deadline for small businesses in Snohomish County who need funding to thrive ended at 5 p.m. on Feb. 2.

Those already considered for one in the past may be eligible. Kent Patton, communications director for the Snohomish County Executive, said the county will share more information if additional resources are offered.

Anyone who applied for either of the previous two rounds will automatically be included in this third round, according to a news release by the county.

Mill Creek resident and Snohomish County Councilmember Jared Mead is ready to cheer businesses on, as they plan for their own recovery.

"The small business community has been devasted during our State’s response to the pandemic, which is why I have been and will continue to advocate that we allocate as much of our county resources as possible to support this recovery through grants on other assistance."

For those who applied previously and want to view information, go to

Are you wondering about something specific that could help your business in the COVID-19 era? Ask me and I'll strive for an answer: [email protected]


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