Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB)
The Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB) was formed in 1982 to respond to local economic development in Washington communities. CERB provides funding to local governments and federally-recognized tribes for public infrastructure which supports private business growth and expansion. Eligible projects include domestic and industrial water, storm water, wastewater, public buildings, telecommunications, and port facilities.
As of 03/17/2020, all CERB staff are teleworking from home until further notice. We are available during normal working hours by cell, email, and Skype or Zoom. Our contact information is in the right hand sidebar.
07/16/2020 – Olympia, WA: The Washington State Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB) approved $2,005,000 in loans and $1,170,000 in grants for economic development and economic feasibility studies targeting business growth, job creation and rural broadband development. Read More in Newsletter…
BOARD VACANCIES: CERB is recruiting for the following Board Positions: Position #5, Small Business West of Puget Sound, and Position #9, Small Business East of Columbia River, Position #12, Federally Recognized Indian Tribe Representative. Read more…
Following are links to state, regional and federal updates regarding Coronavirus. We’ve also provided some additional links to online information and resources in a tabbed section to help your business manage crisis planning activities.
05/05/2020 – CERB welcomes new Ex-Officio member Matthew Largent from the Department of Revenue to the Board. Read More…
Next Board Meeting: 09/17/2020
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Helping You Grow
Since 1982, CERB has helped communities in every corner of the state grow by making strategic investments to spur job creation. Check out our map to see the number of projects and CERB dollars invested by county.