Business Resources

Business Resources

Please see the information below regarding Small Business Administration Disaster Loans. For assistance in filling out your disaster loan, please read through the information contained on this page and if you need assistance with your application, please register with and contact the SBDC at the phone numbers and registration link listed on the information below. Please be patient as the volume of calls to the SBDC is substantial. If prompted to leave a message, someone will return your call. Please leave only one message.

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Fact Sheet & Loan Application Process (PDF)

The Town’s Economic Development Coordinator may also be able to help or at least point you in the right direction. Please note, that the Town’s Economic Development Coordinator is not the entity that is processing information but does have some knowledge of the process. Please do not hesitate to reach out to Mr. Hooper. His contact information is included below.

Ben Hooper

Economic Development Coordinator


The SBA encourages every eligible small business, regardless of longevity, to apply for the SBA Disaster Loan. The preferred method is online via their website.

However, due to the extreme number of people trying to submit applications, you may encounter difficulties applying online. The best alternative is to download all of these fillable PDF forms and fill them out on your computer or by hand. Then email them to

These forms are all required in the application process:

We are told an SBA Case Officer will contact the business owner within 3-5 business days after submitting the online application (for emailed applications, this could take longer). The SBA anticipates making a determination on funding within 3 weeks after speaking with an SBA Case Officer.

No lenders are involved with the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application. These loans are funded entirely through the US Treasury. Collateral will be accepted if it is available, but the applicant will not be denied if there is no collateral. Credit history is required, but the credit score will not preclude a business from receiving a loan. It is best to apply and speak with an SBA Loan Officer.