NJEDA's Main Street Recovery Program
Setting the stage for stronger, fairer recovery from COVID-19
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, business owners have faced countless unprecedented challenges. Now, the remnants of Tropical Storms Henri and Ida have imposed another burden on New Jersey businesses who have seen their buildings wrecked, facilities flooded, and inventory destroyed.
Governor Phil Murphy has made it a top priority to support communities and businesses that have been impacted by the economic and health challenges the pandemic and these extreme weather events have created. As the State’s primary agency dedicated to driving sustainable, equitable economic growth, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has led New Jersey’s economic response to COVID-19 and is administering a new, $10 million Henri/Ida Business Assistance Grant Program.
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