FUN FACT FRIDAY: Back in June, the Board of Trustees voted that all funds allocated to Mead by the CARES Act, be used as financial relief for local businesses. We are happy to announce that applications for business relief are now being accepted! The Weld County Business Recovery Program is administered by Upstate Colorado and is designed to aid businesses that are struggling due to COVID-19. Grants will be provided on a reimbursement basis and range from $10,000 to $25,000. Round 1 Assistance applications close September 30, 2020. For guidelines and to apply visit: https://weldrecovery.com/
This was part of a larger Weld County collaborative agreement that involved 33 government entities.CARES Act funding can only be used for COVID-19 related expenses sustained between March 1, 2020 through December 30, 2020. Government entities are not allowed to utilize CARES Act funding for any other purpose.
REMINDER: Adams Avenue (WCR 32) will be closed for two months due to bridge reco…
REMINDER: Adams Avenue (WCR 32) will be closed for two months due to bridge reconstruction. Weather permitting, this closure will start September 28 and continue through November. Local traffic will be permitted and detour routes for through traffic will be provided. The Adams Avenue bridge over the Upper Highland Ditch is located approximately 1500 ft west of 3rd Street (WCR 7), and immediately east of Grace Way. Residents of Grace Way will need to utilize access from the west.
This road work is being conducted by the Sorrento Development as part of their road improvement requirements. We appreciate your patience during this time.
FUN FACT FRIDAY: The Mead Messenger is a monthly newsletter that provides commun…
FUN FACT FRIDAY: The Mead Messenger is a monthly newsletter that provides community updates and notifications. Did you know that the Mead Messenger has been around in some form or another since at least the 1960's?? That's 60 years of all about Mead information. Recently, we moved from a printed PDF version to a digital Mead Messenger which provided significant cost savings & gave us the option of sending out special editions. This month's Mead Messenger Special Edition takes a closer look at all those frequently asked questions about your property tax dollars and how development pays its way. Fun Fact Friday-Mead Messenger style 😄🧐
You still have time! Weld County Business Recovery Program is seeing a steady pa…
You still have time! Weld County Business Recovery Program is seeing a steady pace of applications for businesses who are seeking grant funding to help cover COVID related expenses. Applications are due by September 30, 2020. For additional information and to apply visit www.weldrecover
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