Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced 15 Indiana Main Street programs are receiving grants through the Taking Care of Main Street program totaling $205,000. This second round was created to encourage and support advanced programs looking to implement mid- to long-term recovery strategies related to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In August 2020, 40 Indiana Main Street organizations each received $5,000 through the first round of the program.
Eligible expenses could include salaries, administrative/consultant fees, space/equipment rental or staff development and training. For more program information, visit in.gov/ocra/mainstreet/taking-care-of-main-street.
Greenfield Main Street, Inc. is awarded $15,000 for the program director’s salary expenses and to assist with special COVID-19 friendly event programs throughout the year.