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Town of Mount Airy Historic District Micro-grant Program Now Open!

Application Deadline October 8, 2020

Mount Airy, MD . September 24, 2020 | The Mount Airy Main Street Association is pleased to pass on the following on behalf of the Town of Mount Airy.

For Downtown Mount Airy Businesses, The Historic District Micro-Grant Program will be open for online applications beginning today, September 24th at 12 p.m. Applications and attachments will be due in two weeks, on October 8th by the end of the day. A review committee will be making determinations by the following week and checks will be sent out. The web address for the program information and application is here.

If you filled out an application from the Town’s Small Business Operating Assistance Grant Program in June 2020 and were awarded funds, you are still eligible for this program. Please consider this an entirely new application, even if some of the attachments requested are the same.

Contact Melissa Thorn directly at 301-829-1424 or, if you have questions regarding the application or grant program. Please do not be discouraged from applying if the application seems daunting or you may not have a particular report prepared, please reach out.


The Mount Airy Main Street Association (MAMSA) members are a dedicated group of volunteer residents and business owners interested in working with the Town and other stakeholders to revitalize Historic Downtown Mount Airy's business district. MAMSA strives to establish Downtown as a gathering place and center of community life, promote commerce for local businesses, sponsor cultural events for residents and visitors, and create a small town destination that is easily accessible by car, bike, and foot. MAMSA is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization registered with the State of Maryland. Learn more, become a member, visit



Mount Airy Main Street Association PO Box 788 . Mount Airy, MD 21771


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