Financial Assistance

The Lewis County Industrial Development Authority provides financial assistance to County businesses and industry.  This financial assistance is administered through a loan guarantee with the lending institution for qualified applicants, providing for the expansion of existing businesses and to attract new businesses with an emphasis on employment.  Applications are available by contacting the IDA office in Monticello at (573) 767-5393 or emailing admin@lewiscountyida.org.

Financial Institutions

Bank of Monticello

Town & Country Bank Midwest

Peoples Bank of Wyaconda

(573) 767-5264

Peoples Bank of Wyaconda

Town & Country Bank Midwest

Peoples Bank of Wyaconda

(573) 288-5209

Town & Country Bank Midwest

Town & Country Bank Midwest

Town & Country Bank Midwest

(660) 213-3227

United State Bank

Town & Country Bank of MO

Town & Country Bank Midwest

(573) 215-2283

Canton State Bank

Town & Country Bank of MO

Town & Country Bank of MO

(573) 288-5521

Town & Country Bank of MO

Town & Country Bank of MO

Town & Country Bank of MO

(573) 655-2297

Small Business Administration

For information on how to set up and write a business plan, visit the Small Business Administration's website at:

www.sba.gov/smallbusinessplanner/plan/index.html

Missouri Rural Electric Cooperative Economic Programs

The Missouri REC provides a number of services, such as low interest loans, for those interested in purchasing rural utilities.  For more information on these programs call Lewis County Rural Electric Cooperative office at 1-888-454-4485.

USDA Rural Development Community and Business Loan and Grant Programs

The mission of USDA Rural Development is to enhance the economic opportunity and improve the quality of life in rural America by providing funding to housing programs, community programs, business programs, utility programs, and cooperative programs.  An overview of the USDA Rural Development programs can be viewed at www.rd.usda.gov/mo .  You may also contact the Service Center Office of the USDA by calling 

(573) 985-7211