The Economic Development Agency for Montgomery County, KS
Montgomery County Action Council (MCAC) is the economic development agency for Montgomery County, Kansas. Our organization works collaboratively with local and regional partners to attract new business investment, encourage the expansion of existing industry and small businesses, align workforce education and training with in-demand jobs, locate new markets for Montgomery County products, and plan and mobilize resources for economic development.
The purposes of Montgomery County Action Council (MCAC) include serving as a leader and innovator of economic development programs and as a unifying element among Montgomery County communities by developing and maintaining an economic climate which creates jobs, increases the tax base, promotes economic diversity, and enhances the quality of life for all citizens of Montgomery County.
MCAC IS WORKING TO RESPOND QUICKLY TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. BELOW ARE RESOURCES FOR YOUR BUSINESS:
Shuttered Venues Operators Grant - OPEN 4/8/2021!
RESTAURANT REVITALIZATION FUND - COMING SOON!!
KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE CDBG-CV GRANT
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds are an important tool in supporting small Kansas communities. Now, as communities come together in their response to COVID-19, additional CDBG resources are being made available through the CDBG-CV program. CDBG-CV Economic Development grants provide communities with funding to help local businesses retain jobs for low-to-moderate income people.
To be eligible to receive a CDBG-CV Economic Development grant, the recipient business must be a for-profit business and retaining jobs for low to moderate-income people. 51% or more of the full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs retained must be for persons from low to moderate-income households as defined by HUD.