Business Support

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Resources for Broomfield Businesses

  • View details on the Broomfield Back to Business certification program
  • Apply to produce a promotional video with the City and County of Broomfield. 
  • This summary provides helpful guidance and links for Broomfield businesses under the current order, Level Blue - Caution.
  • View Sample Script for enforcing that customers wear face-coverings, and see the Face Mask Required sign.
  • Business Grant Support Programs - We have developed a single application, in which Broomfield businesses can apply for two business support programs. The two programs share a goal for providing direct business support in a timely manner, but do have varied eligibility and specific industry targets.
  • The Colorado Restaurant Association (CRA) and its Foundation have helpful information and connections for restaurants seeking to sustain their business during the coming winter months.  CRA and its foundation has established an emergency Winter Outdoor Grant Program to assist restaurants with a portion of the costs for winterization and maintaining seating for their customers with a maximum amount awarded of $10,000. Round 2 of applications has closed, but see their site for more details and future updates.
  • The Broomfield Community Foundation (BCF) with the Broomfield Chamber offers a Small Business Fund to assist businesses with operational/small capital expense support. This program is now accepting applications for support. The program has very limited funds and more information is available from BCF or the Chamber.
  • Energize Colorado Gap Fund - The State of Colorado Office of Economic Development set-up this fund, capitalized with $25.0M, which provides both small business loans and grants to boost business enterprises through December 2020. They have completed two rounds of applications and assistance and are currently fundraising for a third round of small business assistance in 2021. Sign up for updates about the Gap Fund.  
  • The Small Business Administration (SBA) has provided a list of federal programs for assisting small businesses (firms with less than 500 employees). If you’re a small business in need of assistance, please consult the SBA’s Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to COVID-19.