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Business Ready Community Grant and Loan Program

Community Development Block Grant Program

Business Seeking Finances

See Businesses Seeking Financing page for all loan programs and applications.

Workforce Development

See Workforce Development page for all grant programs and applications.

Broadband Development


Broadband grant pre-application form

Broadband Development Grant Application

BRC Broadband Master Application

Tier IV data centers support companies with an international market presence delivering around the clock, year round services in a highly competitive market. Tier IV businesses are based on E-commerce, market transactions or financial settlement processes. The businesses tend to be large, global companies spanning multiple time zones.

Tier III data centers support internal and external clients around the clock, year round such as service centers and help desks, but can schedule short periods when limited service is acceptable.

Tier II data centers are typically internet-based companies without serious financial penalties for quality of service commitments and small businesses whose information technology requirements are mostly limited to traditional normal business hours, allowing system shutdown during “off-hours”.

Tier I data centers are small businesses where information technology primarily enhances internal business process and whose web-presence is as a passive marketing tool. For example, internet based startup companies without quality of service commitments.

Brownfields Grant

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