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A new $5 million Larimer County Small Business Recovery Loan Fund will soon be available for impacted small businesses. Round 1 will include $2 million in lending capital seeded through a partnership made possible by Bohemian Foundation, the City of Fort Collins and Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce. Round 2 will follow shortly with the remaining $3 million in lending capital to be raised through regional collaboration with local foundations, banks, municipalities, private businesses and individuals.

The program is initially being implemented by the City of Fort Collins, The Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce and Bohemian foundation for the benefit of the county. Additional partners are being actively recruited to aid in supporting this program.

Funding for COVID Relief Loans are limited and will be administered on first come first serve basis. Once you have submitted this Loan Inquiry form a member of our lending team will review your inquiry. After we have reviewed your inquiry form, for initial pre-qualification, you will be sent another email with a link to securely submit a formal application with associated required documents.  
Please note – due to funding limitations and other requirements applicants may meet minimum requirements and submission guidelines but not receive funding.
Due to the volume of submissions our response times may be longer than usual but we will do our best to back in touch within 3 business days.
Non-Profit organizations are not eligible for COVID Relief Loans in Larimer County through this product.  If you are a non-profit in Larimer County seeking a relief loan please contact CEF directly through the form on our website.

Loan details are as follows (subject to change as the program finalizes):
– Loans amounts between $2,500-$50,000 at a fixed rate of 3.50% and no origination fee; and
– Loans are intended to support the stabilization and recovery of businesses.

Eligible Business will (in addition to other requirements):
– Be located within Larimer County, Colorado (primary address) and employ 20 or fewer workers.
– And has through normal operations held sufficient human, intellectual, and financial capital to be deemed economically viable prior to March 15, 2020.

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