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Cedar Hill Strong Program

Cedar Hill Strong Grant/Loan Program to Distribute $850,000+ in Support of Cedar Hill Small Business Owners

The Cedar Hill City Council voted unanimously to approve additional funding for the Cedar Hill Strong Grant/Loan Program, allowing all 70+ small business qualified applicants in Cedar Hill, Texas be fully funded. The opportunity is made available by way of the Federal CARES Act in coordination with Dallas County.

1st Solar Nails & Spa

A Simple Touch Day Spa and Salon

Akita, Inc.

Allure Nail Bar

American Karate Academy

Athina the Nail Goddess

BN Sushi and Grill

Cajun By Tanycia Catering

Cedar Hill Barbers

Cedar Hill Roller Rink

CINDANN CO dba New York Nails


Dancewear ETC

Dapper Kutz Barber Lounge

Dick's Uptown Café

e2s Strategies, LLC

Enjoy Nails and Spa

Euro Café

Fantastic Design Hair

Fluffy's Chicken

Harris Bar-B-Que

HoneyBee Apparel LLC dba Bella Brides

Jts HouseofLuxx

Kindred Colour Lounge

Kutt and Edge Barbershop

La Toska


Laura Estile

Lavish Retreat Salon & Spa

Leo's BBQ & More


Loc Star! The Natural Hair Salon & Spa

Luxury Eyebrow Threading

Luxury Nail Spa

Major Cutz Barbershop Salon

Mama G

Mane and Groom Barber & Beauty LLC

Masey’s Salon & Spa

Method Network Solutions

Mike's Shoe Repair

NaKayshions Weddings & Event Center

No Pain Chiropractic

Nova Gymnastics, Inc.

Opal's Just Wear Me

Orabis Grill and Bar

Pioneer Drivers Education School

Reaction Beauty and Barber Salon

Regal Nails

Relax Spa

Royal Fried Chicken

SAMS: Shaping Academic Minds/Tag Team Tutoring

Shine Dental Care

Simeon Udunka, DDS, PA


Stacia's School of Dance

Styles and Profiles - Anthony

Styles and Profiles - Peidro

Styles and Profiles - Sharon


Tawni Haynes Apparel

Texas Tailor

The Enrichment Programs Of Texas

The Office @ Cedar Hill

Trinity Consulting and Psychological Services

Ultra Nails & Spa

Unashamed Cuts Barber Studio

Veracruz Café

Visual Expressions Art School, Gallery

YummiBerry LLC

Z Barber Salon


Zion's Hope Adult Day Care Services

Small businesses across the nation – particularly those deemed non-essential that were required to close their doors to customers and potential revenue – continue seeing the most widespread impacts from COVID-19 mandates.  Cedar Hill is home to approximately 1,500+ businesses, where 55% are considered micro-businesses with four or fewer employees.

“From the start, City Council and Administration advanced efforts to protect citizens, employers, workforce, and visitors, so they can continue enjoying a safe and pleasant experience in Cedar Hill,” said Cedar Hill Mayor Stephen Mason. “The ‘Cedar Hill Way’ always leads a path to a brighter tomorrow, and that is due in large part to the respect, coordination, and resilience of our great community.  The additional funding is supporting this fact in every aspect.” 

The City Council, alongside a task force from the Cedar Hill Economic Development Corporation (EDC), worked diligently over the past six months to reach and identify the most critical needs from the business community.  Taskforce leaders appointed EDC staff to oversee the process and ultimately administer funds to business operators throughout the city.

The process included a series of workshops, documentation, and overall premier customer service helping business owners navigate not only the local Cedar Hill Program but also the federal and county opportunities emerging along the way.

“Today is exciting – amid the setbacks, challenges, and hardships of so many businesses in Cedar Hill, this program set out to not only help them survive but thrive.  It’s truly inspiring to watch businesses evolve and be empowered to pivot, meeting the challenges ahead for their various operations,” said Kim Buttram, Director of Economic Development at Cedar Hill. “This journey is not affecting one but so many, and we look forward to sharing the true spirit of Cedar Hill in the days, weeks, and months to come.”

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For questions related to this program, call 972.291.5132 or email [email protected]. Additional Resources are available at