Contact: Tanya R Lattin
For immediate release:
September 11, 2020
Village of Corrales Announces Grant Funding for Small Businesses
Village of Corrales, NM -The Village of Corrales was awarded emergency relief funds to support the small businesses
impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds are available as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security
(CARES) Act federal stimulus package.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Department of Finance awarded the Village of Corrales $255,600.
These funds are being offered as grants to their local businesses. The grant will open September 21, 2020 and close
October 30, 2020 or sooner if all funds are expended. the application will be posted on September 21, 2020 on the
Village website www.corrales-nm.org under COVID -19 Resources.
“I am hoping that small businesses in Corrales will take advantage of this grant funding to help keep our business climate
vibrant,” said Mayor Jo Anne Roake.
Grant funds can only be used by pandemic-impacted businesses for eligible expenses that fall into two categories:
Business Continuity such as non-owner payroll; rent or mortgage; insurance; utilities; marketing and Business Redesign,
such as installing Plexiglas barriers, temporary structures and physical space reconfiguration to mitigate the spread of
the virus; purchases of personal protective equipment and web-conferencing technology.
The program allows qualifying small businesses, non-profits and 1099 contract employees who are residents of Corrales
to apply for a one-time grant for up to $10,000.00 to cover costs such as non-owner/employee wages, vendor bills and
rent caused by required closures. Funds can only be used to reimburse the costs of business interruption caused by
required closures provided those costs are not paid by insurance or by another federal, state, or local program between
March 1, 2020 and December 30, 2020.
• Maximum of $10,000 for qualifying small organizations with a physical location in Village of Corrales ( no more
than 50 full-time employees, or equivalent part-time employees, including the owner).
• Priority will be given to organizations that did not receive Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) or Paycheck
Protection Program (PPP) funds from the Small Business Administration’s (SBA), or small business assistance funds from
the State of New Mexico or another county/municipality.
• Restaurants, bars, short-term lodging, and other non-essential organizations impacted by the local or state
safer-at-home orders are eligible.
• Village of Corrales residents who engage in 1099 (consultants/contract employment) are eligible.
• A physical place of business located within the municipal boundaries of the Village of Corrales, Sandoval County,
New Mexico is required, including for mobile vendors.
• Organizations must receive no more than $2 million in taxable receipts [per annum].
Businesses applying for the grant can start preparing for the application to open by gathering required documents: W-9
Form, Active State Organization Registration (Articles of Incorporation), Secretary of State Certificate of Good Standing,
Organization Financials (applicable 2018 or 2019 Tax Return or equivalent), Staffing Documentation for 2019 or 2018
(W-3 Summary, 1096 OR 2019 or 2018 IRS FORM 941), Updated and Current Property Tax Receipt, if applicable or Copy
of Current Lease, New Mexico Taxation and Revenue CRS Documentation, Current Village of Corrales Business License.
Businesses awarded grants will enter into a grant agreement with the Village of Corrales and funds will be disbursed
after suppling receipts of incurred expenses or proof of upcoming expenses the funding will cover. Proof of payment
will be required. Businesses will also be required to submit compliance reports at 90, 180 and 365 days after
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BUSINESSES - IN DISTRICT
|BETH WALDRON STUDIO||Beth Waldronemail@example.com||www.bethwaldronstudios.com||By Appointment|
|CLAYWORK||Elaine Bolzfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.claywork.com||Vary - call|
|CORRALES ARTS CENTER||Abby Bolingemail@example.com||www.corralesartscenter.org||Closed|
|CORRALES BOSQUE GALLERY||Dennis Chamberlainfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.corralesbosquegallery.com||11AM-4PM Daily|
|CORRALES FINE ARTS GALLERY||Barb Clark/Susana Erlingemail@example.com||www.corralesfinearts.com||11AM-4PM - Sat-Sun|
|CORRALES MAKERS MARKET||Tammy Wenderlichfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.corralesmakersmarket.org||Not Open|
|FRAME N ART||Michael Derremail@example.com||www.frame-n-art.com||Tues-Fri 10-5, Sat 10-4|
|GLIMMER GLASS ART GALLERY||Gail Grambling-Harrisonfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.glimmerglassartworks.com||F-Sun 11-4PM|
|HANSELMANN POTTERY||Luke Parker/Rachel Reynoldsemail@example.com||www.hanselmannpottery.com||Daily 24 hours a day|
|MOON & DOVE GALLERY||Dagna Altheidefirstname.lastname@example.org||www.moondovegallery.com||Friday-Sun 11-5PM|
|PRIZED POSSESSIONS||Julie DeVault & Janet Pughemail@example.com||www.prizedpossessions.com||Temporarily By Appointment|
|Cafeteria Plan Company||Krista Koss Parkerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|CASA VIEJA BREWERY & EVENT CENTER||Linda & Maria Sochaemail@example.com||www.casaviejabrewery.com||Patio & To-Go - Th-Sat 3-9PM, Sun 3-7PM|
|CORRALES BISTRO BREWERY||Fritz Allenfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.cbbistro.com||8AM-10PM - Daily|
|EX NOVO||Joel Gregoryemail@example.com||www.exnovobrew.com||12-9PM - Daily|
|HANNAH & NATES||Phil & Beth Salazar||505-898-2370||Take-Out & Patio Dining - 7AM-2PM|
|INDIGO CROW||Don Raberfirstname.lastname@example.org||FB- Indigo Crow Café||Reservations Needed - Lunch T-Sat - 11:30-3PM, Dinner T-Sun 5-9PM, Sunday Brunch 10-3PM|
|PEREA'S TIJUANA BAR & RESTAURANT||John Pereaemail@example.com||Take-Out and Patio Dining - Th-F-Sat - 11-2|
|VILLAGE PIZZA||Kellyfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.villagepizzanm.com||Sun-Th - 11-8:30PM, F-Sat - 11-9PM|
|WAGNER FARMS & MARKET CAFÉ||Gina Wagneremail@example.com||FB - Wagner Farm Corrales||M-Sun - 9-5PM|
|WAGNERS FARMLAND EXPERIENCE||Roxanne Wagner||505-459-0719||rkwjww19842yahoo.com||Seasonal|
|AMBIENTE||Chris/Patricia Windischfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.ambientecorrales.com||Watch for Re-Opening!|
|CANDLESTICK COFFEE ||Zach Smithemail@example.com||www.candlestickcoffee.com||W-Mon - 8-3PM|
|CORRALES HEMPORIUM||Fawn Dolanfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.corraleshemporium.com||T-Sat - 10-5PM, Sun. 10-3PM|
|CORRALES TEAS & MORE||Janelle Boyleemail@example.com||www.corralestea.com||M-F - 10-4:30PM, Sat. 11-4, Closed Sun.|
|ET CETERA||Phil & Beth Salazarfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.etcetera.net||M-Sat. - 10-3PM|
|FRONTIER MARKET||Gab Holquin||505-898-0311||www.frontiermarketnm.com||M-F 6AM-9PM, Sat-Sun - 7AM-9PM|
|CASA PEREA ART SPACE - PACHAMAMA||Bernadette Caravcoemail@example.com||www.casapereaartspace.com||Wed-Sat - 10-5PM|
|QUILTS OLE'||Sandra Eichenbergfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.quiltsole.com||Tues-Sat. - 10-3PM|
|SECONDHAND TREASURES||Nancy Baumgartneremail@example.com||www.swanimalrescuefund.org||Watch for Re-Opening!|
|STRATACADEMY||Jimmy Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.stratacademy.com||Tues-Sat. - 10-6:30PM|
|THE VILLAGE PRINTSHOP||Thierry Gonzalesemail@example.com||www.thevillageprintshop.com||Call for hours|
|VILLAGE MERCANTILE||Drew Burrfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.thevillagemercantile.com||M-Sat.- 8:30-5:30PM. Sun. 10-5PM|
|SUNBELT LANDSCAPING||Susan Steineremail@example.com||www.sunbeltlandscaping.com|
|BOSQUE BARBER SHOP||Evan||505-600-2500||FB-bosquebarbershop505||T-F - 8:30-5:30PM, Sat. - 8:30-5PM|
|CIRCLE ROUND||Michelle Martinfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.circleroundnm.com||T&Th - 10-6PM, W&F - 10-5PM, Sat. 10-4PM|
|CORRALES CHIROPRACTIC||Lori Fiori||434-989-3514||info@CorralesChiropractic.com||www.briandickert.com||By Appt. M-F - 9-5:30PM, Sat. 8:30-10:30AM |
|CORRALES CUTS||Pete Ybarra||505-379-6652||By Appt. T-F 10-5PM, Sat. 10-3PM |
|CORRALES PHARMACY||Mike Gallegosemail@example.com||www.corralespharmacy.com||M-F 10-6PM, Sat. 10-2PM|
|HAIR BY BILLIE JO||Billie Jo||505-417-0849|
|IN THE HEART OF CORRALES||Anna Marie||505-249-4592|
|JUST FOR LOOKS||Gail Horanfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.justforlookscorrales.com||By Appt.|
|MOVEMENT STUDIOS||Nancy Latujaemail@example.com||www.movementstudiosnm.com||Temporarily closed|
|THRIVE Chiropractic & Wellness||Casey Littlefirstname.lastname@example.org||www.corraleschiropractor.com||By Appt. - F & M - 9-5PM, T - 10-4PM, W-9-12, Thu - 9-4PM|
|VERHOOG WELLNESS||Jennifer Verhoogemail@example.com||www.verhoogwellness.com||BY Appt. M-F 8-7PM, Sat. 8 - 5PM|
|BUSINESSES OUTSIDE THE DISTRICT|
BED & BREAKFAST
|CORAZON DE CORRALES||Charlene Spiegelfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.corazondecorralesbb.com||Call to schedule|
|MORNINGSTAR B &B||John and Carroll Casburnemail@example.com||www.morningstarcorrales.com||Temporarily closed|
|SANDHILL CRANE BED & BREAKFAST||Judith Newbyfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.sandhillcranebandb.com||Call to schedule|
|CASA SAN YSIDRO||Aaron Gardneremail@example.com|
|OLD SAN YSIDRO CHURCH/CHS||Nan Kimballfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|TALBOTT AUCTIONS/ESTATE SALES||Karleen Talbottemail@example.com|
|THE CINCHY COWGIRL||Samantha Tarterfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NEW HEXICAN ANTIQUES||Phyllis Thurnborgemail@example.com||FB - New Hexican Antiques|
|JANE BUTEL'S SOUTHWEST COOKING SCHOOL||Jane Butelfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|ACEQUIA WINERY||Al Knightemail@example.com||www.acequiawinery.com||Thurs-Sun 12-5PM for take-out and tasting|
|CORRALES WINERY||Keith Johnstonefirstname.lastname@example.org||www.corraleswinery.com||W-Sun - 12-5 for pick-up & outdoor service on Sat-Sun|
|MILAGRO VINEYARDS||Mitzi & Rick Hobsonemail@example.com||www.milagrowine.com||Curbside pickup - call 280-3115 to order|
|PASANDO TIEMPO WINERY & VINEYARDS||Chris Carpenterfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.pasandotiempowinery.com||Sat-Sun 1-5PM - call 228-0154 for curbside p/u|
This is all new territory for businesses so please hang in there
with them and call to see if they can meet your needs!
Come Join the Fun!
Corrales MainStreet is starting our Starry Daze Business Booster Bingo program! We want to help our businesses reopen successfully so we are asking you to patronize our local businesses – many you probably already frequent but it doesn’t hurt to expand your horizons! While you are participating you are moving towards completing your free bingo card and will be entered into a prize drawing! Bingo cards are available from merchants that are participating – they are listed on the card! We will still have to follow the COVID-19 mandates from the State of New Mexico while allowing us to safely start getting our lives back on track as well as helping our businesses! A win-win situation!
We have made it as easy as possible! The rules are on the card but spend a minimum of $25 in each establishment and that will entitle you to check off a box on the bingo. When you have completed a row (or more if you are an over-achiever!) just turn it in with receipts and it will go into the drawing! Our goal is to bring $15,000 in business to the participating merchants and give away $2,350 in prizes! Have fun!
Please CLICK HERE to view our monthly Events Calendar
Corrales MainStreet Needs Your Help!
Corrales Main Street is beginning its annual partnership drive and will soon begin its new fiscal year. We’re hoping you will join us when we ring it in. Your MainStreet organization has been instrumental in bringing businesses into Corrales that fit in with the makeup of the Village while generating necessary gross receipts taxes. Working with other organizations, it is positioning Corrales to become an Arts and Cultural district within the state, highlighting the wealth of artistic talent that calls Corrales home as well as our unique cultural and heritage sites.
As with any non-profit, volunteers are the backbone of the organization. That’s where you come in. We are looking for volunteers to work on committees and to serve on the Board of Directors.
We have several committees in place that can always use more volunteers.
- The Design Committee is currently working on making the first phase of the Pathways project a reality. They also interface between businesses in the Main Street corridor and the state Main Street organization to help with façade improvement.
- The Promotion Committee plans promotional material across media types designed to bring visitors into the village to eat at our restaurants, shop our stores and stay at our B&B’s. They also coordinate the production and distribution of In Focus.
- The Economic Development Committee tackles tasks related to the Economic Growth of the Village. Tasks such as LEDA (Local Economic Development Act) and the Doing Business in Corrales website are a result of this committee.
- The Organization Committee is responsible for building the partnership base, heads up the board nominating committee and produces the annual meeting.
You can elect to serve on any of these committees or serve on the board.
The Corrales Main Street Board meets once a month on Thursday evenings for approximately ninety minutes. Serving on the Board of Directors gives you a chance to add your input to the operation of the non-profit and the direction we take within the village. Board members serve for a maximum of three years after which they may, if they desire, serve for another three-year term. Won’t you come join us?
If you would like more information or wish to volunteer, please send an email to email@example.com with Volunteer in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you!