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Revolving Loan Fund

Hinesburg Is Open For Business!

The Hinesburg Revolving Loan Fund is ready to start considering loan applications from businesses that are located or interested in locating in Hinesburg.

How Does the Revolving Loan Fund Help You?

  • Loans Amounts from $5,000 – $50,000
  • Help fill Financing Gaps Not Available Through Traditional Sources
  • Targeting Businesses Who Can Help Grow The Village Center and Add Jobs to the Community
  • Businesses Located or Considering Moving to Hinesburg
Small businesses located in Hinesburg or considering moving to Hinesburg are welcome to submit applications to the Revolving Loan Fund. The funds for the loan fund came from a Vermont Community Development Program loan to Vermont Smoke and Cure in the wake of the Saputo Cheese Plant fire. This funding has allowed Vermont Smoke and Cure to locate and expand in Hinesburg. The former cheese plant is home to other businesses that have decided to make Hinesburg home, including tech company Senix, Green Mountain Organic Creamery, and the Hinesburgh Public House.

Revolving Loan Fund Brochure

The fund is designed to support emerging and small businesses located in Hinesburg, especially those that will help grow the vibrant village center. This community-based lending program is an alternative funding tool for those who cannot meet their capital needs through traditional sources.


Here’s what some of Hinesburg’s existing business had to say about doing business in Hinesburg.

"For Renewable NRG Systems, Hinesburg presents the best of both worlds. With its proximity to Burlington, Hinesburg offers the amenities and public transportation options of a city alongside the peaceful, close-knit atmosphere of the countryside."
  – Justin Wheating, President, Renewable NRG


"Hinesburg has been excellent to work with from the start. From working with us on the Community Development Block Grant process to communication about water operations, the Hinesburg team has welcomed us and been helpful at each step."
  –Chris Bailey, CEO, Vermont Smoke and Cure


About Hinesburg

Hinesburg is a great place to live, work and grow, with a strong community and a growing village center. Its location along the Route 116 corridor provides easy access to Burlington, Williston and Addison County.

Hinesburg is also home to one of the few remaining industrial zones in Chittenden County. Hinesburg has access to fiber in a country setting, as well as access to public transit. Join existing businesses like Renewable NRG Systems, VT Smoke and Cure, Giroux Machine Shop, Merchants Bank, National Bank of Middlebury, Aubuchon Hardware, Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom, Lantman’s Market, Animal Hospital of Hinesburg, Sweet Yoga, Dark Star Productions, Frost Brewery, Hinesburgh Public House, Annette's Preschool, and many others!


Contact Information
Melissa Levy | mjlevy718@gmail.com

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