Business Financing/Grants

While Millcreek City does not currently offer any grants or financial assistance to businesses, we encourage applying to state and community grants.

Utah Grant Watch*

Find the newest grants for your nonprofit or small business with the GrantWatch search bar. Filter your search by interest, location, funding source, keyword and/or Grant ID#. GrantWatch publishes grants by foundations, corporations, states, locales and the federal government. 

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Event Service Industry Revitalization Grant

The Utah Legislature authorized $4,500,000 to Utah-based privately owned event equipment or service providers that primarily work off-premise, and were negatively impacted by COVID-19. The new program is called the Event Service Industry Revitalization Grant.

Utah Technology Innovation Grant

The Utah Legislature authorized $4,500,000 to Utah-based privately owned event equipment or service providers that primarily work off-premise, and were negatively impacted by COVID-19. The new program is called the Event Service Industry Revitalization Grant.

Utah Microloan Fund

 Since 1991, the have provided small business loans up to $50,000 and free business advising to entrepreneurs in start-up & existing businesses that do not qualify for traditional funding sources, with a focus on the underserved. 

Small Business Grants for Women

WomensNet launched the Amber Grant in 1998. Today, these grants help women like you fulfill the dreams that Amber could not. Every month, WomensNet judges award one or more Amber Grants of $10,000 each. 

Small Business Association (Federal)

The U.S. Small Business Administration helps small businesses get funding by setting guidelines for loans and reducing lender risk. These SBA-backed loans make it easier for small businesses to get the funding they need.

Utah Small Business Association

SBA services include funding programs, counseling, federal contracting certifications, and disaster recovery. They can also connect you to partner organizations, lenders, and other community groups that help small businesses succeed. 

Utah Small Business Credit Initiative

The Utah Small Business Credit Initiative (USBCI) is a new federal loan program. It includes $69 million in funding to expand access to capital for small businesses in Utah, especially for underserved communities.