On April 8, Mayor Chris Jensen announced that 46 local establishments received a Noblesville Small Business Resilience Grant, which awarded a total of $250,000 in grants.
The grant was created to help small businesses with unmet immediate needs such as maintaining payroll, paying rent and utilities and covering other expenses to remain operational and serve customers and clients.
The grants provided up to $10,000 based on demonstrated need from businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Small businesses are a crucial part of the fabric of our community and it is our hope that these grants will provide assistance and promote economic vitality within the city,” Jensen stated. “COVID-19 has impacted nearly every segment of our national and local economy. Due to required closures and other restrictions imposed to protect public health, many local businesses have experienced severe reductions in revenues.”
Grant recipients are: 12 Stars Media, A Corner Cottage, Across the Pond, Adrienes Flowers & Gifts, All Local, Animal Arts Pet Grooming, Bash Boutique, Beck’s Chimney Sweep, Bellezza Hair Salon, Boldens Dry Cleaners, Books and Brews Noblesville, Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville, Cloud Nine Cuisine, Country Children’s House, Courtney’s Kitchen, Custom Storybooks, Enpointe, Family Dental, FirePoint Creations, Greek’s Pizzeria, Hallmark Orthodontics, Jim Dandy, karisma, Lil Bloomers, Linden Tree, Logan Street Signs and Banners, Maria’s Mexican Grill, Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano, Moonshot Games, Noblesville Subway, Nova 29, Perkins Restaurant, Pebble Brook Dentistry, Rebellion Doughnuts, Rosie’s Place, Rowland Printing, Shine Yoga, Smith House, Stony Creek Dental, Tenth Street Photography, Texy Mexy, The Good Co, The Rugged Company, Uptown Café, Village Tailors and Wild Bohemian Boutique.
If funding allows, additional grants may be processed and awarded on an as-needed basis.