Families and Businesses impacted by COVID-19 may apply for assistance thru the Saint Paul Bridge Fund
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The application process opened on April 8, 2020 and closes Sunday, April 19, 2020 at 5:00 pm
Si tiene preguntas sobre la solicitud o necesita ayuda con la aplicacion, por favor llame al (651) 266-6565.
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Saint Paul Bridge Fund for Families Guidelines - for full guidelines and information click this link
Provide temporary housing assistance for the most vulnerable, and hardest hit families experiencing losses due to COVID-19.
Prevent displacement of households impacted by COVID-19 job loss by providing immediate temporary housing assistance to:
- Complement state and federal aid, and
- Address the urgent needs of families prior to deployment of such aid.
Funding Structure of Relief
Direct housing assistance in the form of a one-time, $1,000 payment to an impacted household. Assistance is limited to one payment per household. Application requires one identified recipient per household for fund disbursement.
Bridge Fund for Small Businesses - for full guidelines and information click this link
The Saint Paul Bridge Fund includes a $2.25 million investment to provide $7,500 grants for immediate business expenses, including but not limited to:
- Rent/mortgage payments
- Employee health benefits
- Leave payments and payroll
- Accounts payables
- Payments due to suppliers
Eligible small business will have:
- gross revenue of $2 million or less,
- been in operation for the last three months in Saint Paul, and
- had their revenues significantly impacted by COVID-19