The Local Small Business Repair Grants use existing tax increment funding (TIF) resources and funding allocated by City Council to provide near-term support for small businesses impacted by the pandemic.
Portland Small Business Relief FundLisa Norwood2022-10-12T09:32:58-07:00
City Council allocated $15 million in federal CARES Act relief to Prosper Portland to distribute to small business via the Small Business Relief Fund and block grants to community nonprofits.
Community Livability GrantLisa Norwood2023-05-19T13:31:50-07:00
The CLG program prioritizes projects that benefit communities of color or people with low incomes, and that promote widely shared prosperity.
Thriving Small Business Loan ProgramLisa Norwood2019-08-01T09:01:00-07:00
The Thriving Small Business loan program, which has been structured to address access-to-capital issues faced by underrepresented populations, including businesses owned by women and people of color and businesses owned by those in low-income areas.
Prosper Portland Business Finance ProgramsLisa Norwood2022-01-10T13:17:04-08:00
Prosper Portland works with Portland businesses to identify business needs and eligibility for either our assistance programs or those of our partners.
Commercial Property Redevelopment Loan ProgramLisa Norwood2022-02-22T14:36:32-08:00
The Commercial Property Redevelopment Loan Program provides financial assistance for property development or rehabilitation that furthers economic development in commercial areas or on commercial corridors.
Enhabit Financing PartnershipLisa Norwood2023-03-16T15:55:36-07:00
Enhabit offers home upgrades like seismic strengthening, energy efficiency, radon and solar panels
PropertyFit FinancingLisa Norwood2019-11-21T10:15:20-08:00
PropertyFit offers long-term financing for energy efficiency and renewable energy-related building improvements.
Startup PDX ChallengeLisa Norwood2022-08-31T09:45:26-07:00
The Startup PDX Challenge (2013-2015) focused on supporting entrepreneurs with diverse founding teams and the ambition to scale to a national or international market.
Inclusive Business Resource NetworkLisa Norwood2023-03-09T12:00:39-08:00
The Inclusive Business Resource Network (IBRN) is a citywide program that brings multiple services for small business into a single network for entrepreneurs.