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References to COVID-19 Resources: Local, State and Federal


To All of Our Little Falls Residents and Businesses:

In these challenging times, the City wants to support the health of our citizens and our businesses. One way to do that is by connecting you to resources available from trusted sources. Below are links to a variety of resources, from health services to small business loans to children’s activities. We have tested all links to ensure they are valid and come from sources that are committed to accuracy and maintaining up-to-date information. Please let us know if you are aware of other resources that would help our neighbors.

Our community is strong and we are at our best when we work together to support one another.

Be safe and healthy,

Greg Zylka, Mayor

If you have any questions reference the links below, or call Jon Radermacher (320) 616-5500 or jonr@cityoflittlefalls.com; and questions on local, state and federal loan programs contact Carol Anderson, with Community Development of Morrison County, (320) 632-5466 or mcdc@fallsnet.com

COVIDaware MN App

City Hall Opening Press Release

City of Little Falls Emergency Ordinance - Allowing Temporary, Limited use of the Public Rights-of-Way

State of Minnesota - Preparedness Planning Resources

Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources (sba.gov) (En Español) 

Find Local Assistance: Small Business Administration

Small Business Administration Funding Programs Website Link

Navigating Minnesota Unemployment Self Employment and Contract Worker Applications (Español) (Hmoob) (Somali)

Low Income Energy Assistance Information (English); Low Income Energy Assistance Information (Spanish)

League of Minnesota Cities: City Resources for Emergencies and Disasters

I. Official County, State, and Federal Resources: II. Business Resources: III. Self-Employed, Entrepreneurial, Non-Profit and Creative Sector:


IV. Health and Wellness Services: V. Education, Tips for parents and Children VI. Social Connection Tips while physically distanced
Tips for staying healthy:  


  • Free Video Call Services (vary, but consider Facebook Live, Google Hangouts, or Zoom.us). With free video services such as these, you can consider:
    • Virtual happy hour with your friends
    • Group sing-along
    • Storytime reading to a child
    • Inviting an artist or entertainer to a virtual birthday party
    • Book clubs
    • Doing a family Zoom call or a playdate call for the kids