Spanish Fork city officials unveiled a COVID-19 business relief program on Monday “designed to provide essential cleaning and protective supplies to businesses.”
Through the program, named the “SF-19 Business Relief Program,” the city and Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce will use federal CARES Act funding to purchase and distribute various cleaning supplies and protective equipment — disposable masks, hand sanitizer, disinfectant spray, nitrile gloves, vinyl gloves, forehead thermometers and cleaning wipes — to local businesses.
The program is open to any business “with a valid business license in Spanish Fork,” according to a Monday press release.
“As we thought about how to help our local businesses, this project came up,” Spanish Fork Community and Economic Development Director Dave Anderson said in the press release.
In July, Utah County officials launched a $15 million small business grant program administered by the Mountainland Association of Governments to provide grants of