Snohomish County Small Business Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency (R3) Grant
Round one awards were announced on June 24, 2020. Round 1 applicants that are not awarded funding will automatically be considered in Round 2
Additional Information for Round 1 Applicants that were not awarded funding
Will my application be considered in the second round of Snohomish County Small Business Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency (R3) Grant?
Those businesses that applied for round one of R3 grant program and did not receive funding will automatically be considered in round two. However, if businesses believe they could improve their application, they are welcome to submit a new application to be considered in the second round. A new application must be submitted prior to the deadline of Friday, June 26, 2020 at 5 p.m. If you submit a new round two application, your application to round one will be discarded and the new application considered for a round two award.
How many applications were funded in the first round?
Snohomish County received 2,194 R3 applications totaling over $41 million in requests in the first round, and the selection committee had $5.68 million in grant funds to award.
Can I receive information about how my proposal was rated in Round 1?
Provided that all eligible applications submitted in Round 1 and not selected for funding will be considered for funding in Round 2, we are unable to disclose specific information about rating criteria at this time.
If I decide to re-apply under Round 2 of the Snohomish County Small Business Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency (R3) Grant, how can I make my application better?
We encourage all applicants to review the information provided on the website, including the public Q&A. Links are provided below.