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Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) 

As an SBA preferred lender, the Bank has participed in the PPP program.  Please note: We cannot provide guidance on the Small Business Administration (SBA) PPP program requirements.  They are complex and we encourage you to discuss any questions with your legal advisor or refer to the SBA website for details.

For EagleBank PPP Loan Recipients:

Current PPP Information for PPP Borrowers

Update re: PPP Portal  (Update as of July 29, 2021)

On July 29th, 2021, The SBA released a notice stating it will accept Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness applications directly from borrowers—bypassing the lending institutions—for loans of $150,000 or below using the 3508S form only.  This option is only available to those borrowers whose financial institutions ‘opt in’ to this program.  The financial institution is still required to review and approve the forgiveness applications.  As EagleBank already has an online portal for customers to submit their forgiveness applications, we will not be opting in to this program.

Please contact your Relationship Manager if you have any questions.

Previous Communications to PPP Borrowers

PPP Loans Originated in 2021  (Update as of May 10, 2021)

If you received a PPP loan in 2021, please contact your Relationship Manager for an update.  

An Important Update from the SBA  RE: PPP Funds  (Update as of May 5, 2021)

During the evening hours of May 4, 2021, the SBA notified lenders that the PPP funding has been exhausted and that the PPP application portal will stop accepting applications for loans on May 5, 2021, from most lenders, including EagleBank. Loan applications that have not yet received an SBA loan number have not been approved and will not be processed. Your application does not have a SBA loan number.

However, there is allocated funding for PPP loans made by designated “community financial institutions,” defined as minority depository institutions (MDI’s) and community development financial institutions (CDFI’s). We recommend you contact one of these institutions should you wish to proceed with requesting PPP funding as they may still be able to assist you with a PPP loan application. 

Access to PPP Forgiveness Portal

If you received a PPP loan in 2020, several resources are available to you help you navigate EagleBank’s online PPP Forgiveness Portal:

EagleBank User Guides for each of the SBA’s Forgiveness application forms:

Prior to logging onto the PPP Forgiveness Portal, EagleBank recommends you download the most up-to-date PPP Loan Forgiveness Application.  The Loan Forgiveness Application also includes instructions for borrowers which provide detailed information on the supporting documentation you will be required to upload in support of your Forgiveness Application.  The SBA has also provided PPP Loan Forgiveness FAQ’s, published on October 13, 2020.  Many PPP borrowers have found this document helpful in understanding and completing their Forgiveness Application. 

EagleBank PPP Forgiveness Portal URL:

Log in requirements:

  • A valid email address on one of the authorized signers provided during the PPP application process.
  • Your company’s Tax Id.
  • The original principal balance of your PPP loan.  The original principal balance can be found on the PPP Note.


EagleBank, its parents, subsidiaries, and affiliates, expressly disclaims all liability concerning, relating to, and/or arising out of the loan review process, its credit decisions, and any inability or failure to disburse any amount of the requested loan funds.

* Please note, always confirm the authenticity of anyone asking for your information to avoid phishing or fraud. 


  • Please work directly with your EagleBank Relationship Manager or Branch Representative to discuss the status of any submitted application or inquiry.

  • If you need any more information, please call the Customer Care Center: 301.986.1800.


We appreciate your interest and are especially grateful for your patience. For additional resources, including grants and loan programs for small businesses, please visit:

US Small Business Administration (SBA):

The Three Step Process: Disaster Loans

SBA Coronavirus Relief Options

Relief Options by State:

Maryland: Maryland Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Business

Virginia: Support for Business 

DC: Recovery | For Businesses 

The SBA is working on additional programs administered by banks but no information is available until signed into law.

For questions on the repayment of the PPP Loan and Employee Retention Credit, visit this IRS website:

COVID-19-Related Employee Retention Credits: Interaction with Other Credit and Relief Provisions FAQs

We urge you to remain vigilant to scams related to COVID 19. 


WTOP Alerts on Loan Scams

SBA Programs - Scams and Fraud Alert

Threat Advsiory Alert