American Rescue Plan Act Money Shared Countywide
The Montmorency County Treasurer, Cheri Eggett, is happy to announce that Montmorency County has disbursed to date $688,111.00 from the American Rescue Plan Act grant that was given to the county last year.
Of this amount, $241,300.00 was granted to county Small Businesses, $65,400.00 was granted to county Direct Pay recipients and $381,411.00 for multiple county entities to purchase equipment, upgrade of technology and assistance with the loss of revenues due to the COVID pandemic.
Montmorency County continues to support and assist its residents and businesses with aid from the American Rescue Plan Act.
Funding opportunities available for both Small Business and Residents!
About Montmorency County
Montmorency County sits in the northeastern portion of Michigan's lower peninsula, bounded on the east by Alpena County, on the north by Presque Isle County, on the west by Otsego County and on the the south by Oscoda County. There are 352, 019 acres in the county or 547.6 square miles of land. With 248 lakes and reservoirs, the county has 14.8 square miles of water surface. Eighty-six percent of the land has forest cover with the economy being supported by forestry and agricultural industries as well as tourism and several manufacturing plants. Montmorency County's estimated population was 10,478 in 2006.