News for those who live, work and play in the Santiam Canyon

SCWRF extends business grant deadline

The Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund Advisory Committee has extended the due date of its business grant to Sept. 2.

Round 4 grants are available to small business owners who operated an Oregon registered business that was impacted by the 2020 Beachie Creek Fire. Small business refers to a sole propietorship, partnership, corporation or other business employing person.

The applicant must be the owner of the business, and is required to have an Oregon Business Registration number that was active pre-fire and is still active.

The maximum award amount is $10,000. Awards will announced at the end of September.

For more information and how to apply, visit or email [email protected].

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