Approved uses include: technical assistance, business development, exterior and storefront improvements, interior renovations, security improvements and equipment.
Given statistical data meeting the District’s targets, the city will begin its Phase 1 reopening on May 29, as previously reported.
Supported by the District Department of Small and Local Business Development, the Bridge-The-Gap Grants are available through Georgetown Main Street.
The odds couldn’t have been better. Nine small businesses along Georgetown’s designated “Main Street” — Wisconsin Avenue and adjacent commercial blocks from K Street to Whitehaven Street — applied for […]
A new director of the District’s Department of Small and Local Business Development was welcomed last month. She is Kristi Whitfield, “an executive, an entrepreneur, and an urban planner with over […]
In the Phoenix boutique on Wisconsin Avenue, filled with business persons and supporters, Mayor Muriel Bowser presented a certificate to the new Georgetown Main Street program on Oct. 25.
The District extended the deadline for compactor grant applications until 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15. Grants of up to $13,500 are available.
The Georgetown Business Association is asking business owners to send letters of support to the District’s Department of Small and Local Business Development.