TREAD, Rangely’s Main Street Program, and the Town of Rangely, are excited to announce they received a Main Street Open for Business (MSOB) grant in the amount of $53,126.
Rangely was one of 13 communities in the state of Colorado to receive MSOB grant funds. MSOB supports facade improvements and energy efficiency projects for businesses in the state’s traditional downtowns with funding set aside by Senate Bill 21-252 for the Colorado Main Street program. The initiative is designed to increase sales and revenue for rehabilitated buildings, reduce energy consumption and lower utility bills, and create jobs while retaining existing ones.
Rangely became a Main Street community in August of 2020. The Main Street Board consists of an executive director, five board members and four advisors.
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