PPP 2021 - First & Second Draws

How To Apply

If you wish to begin preparing your application, you can complete the following PPP borrower application forms to apply with Pacific West Bank:



If you are applying for a Second Draw PPP Loan:

If you did not receive a PPP Loan during the first round:

Complete the application and submit all supporting documentation to Pacific West Bank. Refer to the corresponding application instructions for a listing of required documentation to submit with the PPP application. You can submit via:

A. DocuSign PowerForm - Access the FIRST DRAW Application or SECOND DRAW Application to sign electronically (links above). 
B. Fillable PDF (links above) and upload to this secure ShareFile.
C. Fax the Fillable PDF (links above) to: 503-912-2091
D. Deliver the Fillable PDF to either of our branches: West Linn (2040 8th Ave) or Lake Oswego (5200 Meadows Road)

We will notify you after your application has been received and once it has been submitted to the SBA. We are continuing to monitor communication by the SBA and the US Treasury and are standing ready to help you and other qualifying Portland businesses, including non-profit organizations. Please reach out to your banker directly with any questions, email PPP2021@bankpacificwest.com, or call us at 503-905-2222.

PPP Communication from Pacific West Bank - 12/18/20, 12/28/20, 1/8/21

Supplemental Materials

Interim Final Rules

NOTE: The information provided is based on the US Small Business Administration current guidelines and Application for the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). The SBA and/or Treasury may issue additional guidance regarding PPP Loans. The information on this page and in other communications with our PPP clients represents our understanding of the current requirements and regulations. The Application and Guidance are subject to supplemental information provided by the SBA. You are responsible for determining eligibility for the PPP loan , filling out the Loan Application and providing true and correct information.

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