Strengthening Communities and Growing Washington's Economy
Rural Broadband Program
The Community Economic Revitalization Board is now providing low-interest loans and grants to local governments and federal recognized tribes to construct broadband infrastructure that will provide high-speed, open-access broadband service.
Early Learning Facilities Program
This program enables Early Childhood Education Assistance Program contractors and child care providers to expand, remodel, purchase, or construct early learning facilities and classrooms needed to support early learning opportunities for low-income children. Deadline: Aug. 15.
Pre-construction loans will help 10 Washington communities pursue needed public infrastructure work OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Washington State Public Works Board today awarded $5,430,540 in pre-construction loans to 10 cities, counties and water districts throughout the state. This is just the second time in five years the Board has had funding available to issue these low-interest loans for vital public infrastructure improvements to roads, water, sanitary sewer and street systems.
Washington State Community Economic Revitalization Board invests $1,437,500 to support economic development
Low-interest loan and four grants target public infrastructure and job creation in Clallam, Douglas, Island, and Pend Oreille counties. OLYMPIA, WA – The Washington State Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB) approved $1,437,500 in loans and grants for public infrastructure development and economic feasibility studies targeting business growth and job creation at the Port of Port Angeles, Port of Douglas County, Island County, and the city of Newport. Clallam County –
Innovation Finders Capital (IFC), the Washington State Department of Commerce and Orrick Herrington and Sutcliffe invite you to attend the Japan-Seattle AI Innovation Meetup 9.0, July 25-27. Register at: https://aijapanseattle90.eventbrite.com The momentum for this quarterly event continues to grow, with increasing participation from Japan’s biggest companies and Washington state’s most innovative tech companies. This unique event gives all participants the chance to meet members of the Japanese delegation, as well as