Lansing Small Business Recovery Program

Small Business Recovery

The Lansing Small Business Recovery Program was designed to support small business owners as they respond to the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In anticipation of the long-lasting effects of COVID-19, LSBRP programming will be developed to meet the changing needs of Lansing’s small businesses both immediately and in the longer-term future. This website will be updated as new information and programs become available.

 

Business Assistance Resources


Funding Opportunities

Reopening Resources
Updates & Resources

LEDC Loans


The Lansing Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) Business Financing Assistance Program (BFAP) offers micro-loans of up to $25,000 and larger gap financing (over $50,000) to stimulate business development and create positive economic benefits in the City of Lansing. To learn more about the BFAP program, please contact us at the link below.
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Past Programs: COVID-19 Rescue Fund



The application period for the Rescue Fund is now closed. The COVID-19 Rescue Fund was created as an emergency fund to provide immediate financial assistance to City of Lansing small businesses in danger of going out of business. Small businesses in the City of Lansing were eligible to apply for $5,000 and $10,000 grants to help face the sudden and severe economic impacts incurred due to COVID-19. A total of $400,000 of awards were available. These grants from the City of Lansing were awarded by the Lansing Economic Development Corporation.

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Mayor Andy Schor Announces City of Lansing’s Small Business Recovery Program
City of Lansing Announces the Businesses Awarded COVID-19 Rescue Fund Grants
The City of Lansing Announces the Second Phase of Businesses Awarded COVID-19 Rescue Fund Grants