Noblesville Announces Small Business Resilience Grant Recipients



Mayor Chris Jensen announced today the 45 local establishments that are recipients of the second round of Noblesville Small Business Resilience Grants. 

The grant was created to help small businesses and organizations with unmet immediate needs such as maintaining payroll, paying rent and utilities, paying for personal protective equipment and sanitation supplies, and covering other expenses to remain operational and serve customers and clients. Based on demonstrated need, the grants provided up to $10,000 per small business impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and $5,000 to local businesses who opened within the last year or received funding from the first round.

“COVID-19 continues to impact our local business and how they operate safely, which is why we offered a second round of grants,” said Jensen. “We want to make sure our local businesses have the tools they need to continue to keep our residents employed, to serve residents in the safest way possible, and to stay open for business.”

Recipients include:

12 Stars Media

9th Street Bistro

ABC Ballroom

Across the Pond

American Legion Post 45

Animal Arts Pet Grooming

Banter's Fresh Meats

Barley Island

Bash Boutique

BeeFree Gluten Free

Bica Cafe

Biryani Hut

Books & Brews Noblesville

Caravan Classes

Certified Nails

Circle City Cleaners One, LLC

Grindstone Public House

Heavenly Sweets

Indiana Taekwondo Academy

Jim Dandy Restaurant


LASH & Esthetic Studio

Lil Bloomers

Linden Tree

Ling's Oriental Martial Arts, LLC

Lucky Star Restaurant

Maria's Mexican Grill

Matteo's Ristorante Italiano

Michaelangelo's Italian Bistro

Morse Lake Nail and Spa

Noblesville Antiques on the Square

Primeval Brewing

Pure Barre

Revive Salon

Rowland Printing

Smith Jewelers


Styles N Smiles Family Salon, LLC

Syd's Bar and Grill

Texy Mexy

The Nesst

The Velvet Plum Vintage & Consignments

Thistle & Thyme Home Store

Uptown Cafe

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 6246


The city’s small business grant program intends to help those businesses that may not be eligible for other assistance or that have immediate needs beyond that which can be met by other federal and state assistance programs.

“I encourage residents to continue to support local businesses and if you are looking for places to support, I recommend our website, which has a business services database and other resources,” said Jensen. “Together we can fight this pandemic and come out the other side stronger than ever.”

Noblesville Small Business Resilience Grant checks will be distributed on Wednesday, January 27.