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Small Business Stabilization Fund has Reopened until 11/30

Do you have a small business in Seattle? Has your business been impacted by COVID-19?

The Small Business Stabilization Fund has reopened! The Small Business Stabilization Fund provides $10,000 grants to small businesses throughout Seattle who have been financially impacted by COVID-19. This fund prioritizes businesses located in areas of the city that are at risk of high-displacement, businesses with 5 employees or less, creative sector businesses, non profits that provide economic supports through education and job training, and businesses that have experienced the greatest economic impacts.

Applications open 11/9, the deadline to apply is 11/30, at 11:59 p.m.

For more information visit seattle.gov/SmallBusinessStabilizationFund

Questions or assistance contact Seattle Office of Economic Development at 206-684-8090 or [email protected] In-language interpretation is available.

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Seattle Office of Economic Development

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Food Trucks Come to Licton Springs!

In addition to getting your caffeine fix at Pilgrim Coffee (located at Oak Tree Plaza) who have expanded their hours to 7am to 3pm, you can now enjoy lunch at food trucks located at North Seattle College from 11am - 2pm on weekdays. The food truck changes each day and you can find the menu here.

Have you had a chance to check out one of these food trucks? Let us know in the commments!

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City Council Unanimously Passes Aurora Licton Urban Village Moratorium Extension

Today after extensive community feedback (at least 100 proponents of the moratorium and five against it) Seattle City Council unanimously passed a 6-month extension of its moratorium for new non-pedestrian-oriented developments within the Aurora Licton Urban Village:

The extension represents a victory for the ALUV group and associated members of the community who want to see Aurora transform into the center of a pedestrian friendly neighborhood that does its part to help soften our ongoing housing crises.

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