Carroll County Hotel/Motel Relief

The Carroll County Board of Commissioners authorized the Department of Economic Development to distribute $254,810, received from the Maryland Department of Commerce, to Carroll County hotels/motels that generate sales and use tax.

Director of Economic Development Jack Lyburn said, “Carroll’s hotels and motels have sustained significant revenue losses due to reduced travel during the pandemic; they are critical tourism partners and an important part of our local economy.

Over the next few weeks, the Carroll County Tourism Office will work with local hotels/motels, that are in good standing with the state and county, to prepare and execute a grant agreement for the funding per the state’s guidelines. All grant documents must be kept for a period of five years.

Interested businesses should sign up for Carroll Connect and Carroll County Economic Development e-news and watch for information via the Department of Economic Development website at https://carrollbiz.org. No-cost business counseling is also available through the Carroll County Small Business Development Center – please visit https://www.marylandsbdc.org/locations/northern-region to connect with a counselor for further business assistance.

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Scott E

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