The City of Phoenix has allocated funds from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) to help Phoenix micro and small businesses affected by the pandemic's economic impact.
The City of Phoenix has a new grant opportunity for Micro and Small Businesses. Eligible businesses may receive up to
$15,000. The grants funds may be used for any business expense that is categorized by the Internal Revenue Service as a "deductible expense." In the past, grant recipients have used these funds to pay for rent/mortgage, payroll, insurance, inventory, and utilities among other expenses.
Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2022 unless all grant funds are awarded prior to this deadline.
Free application assistance is available to eligible applicants from our partner, Local First Arizona. Please contact their office at:
Application Labs in English and Spanish are offered
on Tuesday to Phoenix small businesses via online web meetings to help answer questions about the application process.
Join us for in-person application labs* Thursday from 9AM - 11AMARIZONA@WORK - City of Phoenix South Jobs CenterPre-registration recommended at TeamPhoenix@Phoenix.govor call 602-262-6040*Labs will be conducted through April 15, or when grant funds are exhausted.Ven a nuestro laboratorios de aplicaciones en persona* Jueves de 9AM - 11AMARIZONA@WORK - City of Phoenix South Jobs CenterSe recomienda inscripción previa en TeamPhoenix@Phoenix.govor call 602-262-6040*Los laboratorios se llevarán a cabo hasta el 15 de abril o cuando se agoten los fondos de la subvención.
The City of Phoenix has contracted with the Arizona Community Foundation and Local First Arizona. to provide these small business grants.
Click the image above to apply.
Submitting false or fraudulent grant applications is illegal, and the City of Phoenix reserves the right to pursue any and all criminal and civil penalties against individuals submitting fraudulent applications or promoting the submittal of fraudulent applications. If you are contacted by someone asking you to submit an application for a fake business, please contact us at 602-262-5040.
Phoenix Community andEconomic Development
Arizona Community Foundation
Local First Arizona
Click the images above to be taken to the organizations home page.
The APRA Small Business Workforce Training Improvement program is focused on providing grant funds to Phoenix-based organizations with small business training programs and/or demonstration projects that benefit Phoenix entrepreneur/small business community. Organizations can apply for up to $250K to expand/enhance their offerings. Applications are being accepted until funds are spent.
Phoenix Community and Economic Development200 W. Washington St, Fl 20Phoenix, AZ 85003602-262-5040 |