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Yes. Sole proprietorships are eligible but may be asked to submit additional tax filing information.
Applications must be submitted online. If you do not have access to the internet, please email COVID19-Grants@mckinneytexas.org so that arrangements can be made for you to complete an application.
Different businesses in different locations with the same ownership are eligible for multiple grant applications.
The city has partnered with McKinney Community Development Corporation and the grant program is funded by up to $1 million dollars in unallocated MCDC promotional funds, as legislative parameters allow.
Only applications submitted during the 10-day window can be considered.
Contact us by email at COVID19-Grants@McKinneyTexas.org or call 972-547-7653.
If there are funds remaining, a third round of grants may be considered.
The funding, per grant, will be reduced on a proportionate basis.
The business can employ no more than 50 FTE employees across all locations and at least 10% of the employees must work out of the McKinney location.
This information is collected during the grant application in order to provide the most efficient payment schedule and is encrypted on the ZoomGrants site. If the applicant is not awarded grant funding, the information will be deleted.
Grant applications are not awarded on a first come, first serve basis, or prioritized in any way.
If a business is eligible, the recommended grant amount will be based on the submitted eligible expenses, up to a maximum award of $1,500 for a small business and $1,000 for a home-based business. If applications exceed the total program budget, all eligible grants may be reduced proportionally.
No, to be eligible the business must be with the McKinney city limits.