Hospitality Economic Resiliency Grant
Applications Open Nov. 20!
“The Legislative Emergency Commission and the Legislative Budget Committee has approved the Hospitality Economic Resiliency Grant (HERG). This funding will go to businesses within the hospitality industry and be REIMBURSED based on RECEIPTS for operational costs. Up to 25k in reimbursement for businesses with one location.
This includes restaurants, bars, breweries, cafes and similar on-site dining establishments. Additionally, the HERG will also focus on businesses affected by the closures such as theaters, music and entertainment venues, and professional production companies that support major venue meetings and events”
Applications will be processed on a FIRST-COME FIRST SERVE-BASIS.
Opens Friday at 10am.
Small Business Saturday Nov. 28
The Downtowners are once again recognized as a Neighborhood Champion for Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28. NEW this year- the Downtowners will launch a Small Business Saturday Downtown Bismarck App- you will now be able to find all specials from your favorite store(s) all on the app. You can also access the app from a browser window. Click below to view:
View Small Business Saturday App!
An Executive Order was enacted by Governor Burgum on Friday, November 13. Gov. Burgum announced several mitigation measures aimed at slowing the accelerating spread of COVID-19 in North Dakota in order to protect the vulnerable, ensure hospital capacity and keep schools and the economy open.
On November 17 the Bismarck Board of City Commissioners had a special meeting and rescinded the city’s Pandemic Mitigation Strategy to align with the Governor’s new state orders.
YourDakota was launched earlier this year to provide the community with information regarding updated business hours, dine-in and/or curbside service available and any COVID precautions in place at those businesses. In an ever changing environment, consumers are looking for the most up-to-date information possible when making decisions as to where to shop or dine. The best part is that YourDakota is free to list and free to view so that all businesses, including Downtowners Association Members, can update their information for the public to see.
Trivia: 80’s & 90’s General!
Holiday Open House
Former Governors’ Mansion