COVID-19 Resources & Information

The McKean County Commissioners are making part of its American Rescue Plan Allocation available as Recovery Grants to assist McKean County
small businesses, municipalities, and nonprofits.
The McKean County Recovery Grant Program is now accepting Letters of Intent from eligible small businesses and municipalities.  To be eligible to apply for Recovery Grant, each small business and municipality must first submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) Form. The form framework will provide McKean County with information to determine eligibility, evaluate needs/solutions, anticipate needs, determine levels of funding, encourage collaboration, and determine which organizations will be invited to complete the next step. If the organization submits a successful Letter of Intent Form,  it will then be invited to submit a Full Application. Please note that submitting a Letter of Intent Form does not guarantee that an organization will be selected to submit a Full Application.

Small Businesses and Municipalities:
To submit a LOI, please read the correct invitation below to determine your eligibility and obtain further instructions to submit a LOI.
Nonprofits:  In the near future, Recovery Grant funds will be available to eligible 501(C)3 nonprofit and faith-based organizations through a partnership formed by the McKean County Commissioners and the McKean County Community Foundation. Refer to the press release below for more information to apply.
Link to MCCF press release and photo


Prior Grants
Covid Resources 
Community Resources
EDA Cares Act Revolving Loan Fund
McKean CARES WebApp