At the City of Farmington Hills, we strive to provide businesses with access to the resources needed to help them grow and prosper. As such, we are happy to set up a meeting with you to discuss all stages of the business lifecycle, from start-up to Fortune 500, and match you with the right program to fuel your growth. We can also invite other partners as well to make the most effective use of your time.
The Economic Development Corporation of the City of Farmington Hills has created this collection of business and community information as it relates to COVID-19. Please share this page with others as you see fit. We’re frequently updating this information as new resources become available.
We understand that each individual business is different and we’re here to assist. If you have a question, want to share information about your company’s situation, or are in need of resources, please contact City Manager Gary Mekjian by email or (248) 871-2510.
BUSINESS FINANCIAL RESOURCES
MSF Awardee Relief Initiative
The MSF Awardee Relief Initiative program authorizes emergency relief to businesses and community projects that have previously received grants, loans or other forms of economic assistance from the Michigan Strategic Fund. For more information about temporary relief options, please click here.
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave or expanded family medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. To learn more about the Department of Labor’s paid leave requirements, click here.
SBA Guide for Impacted Businesses
Small businesses are encouraged to keep their employees, customers and themselves healthy. To learn more, click here.