We will keep this page updated with information and resources as we become aware of them.
Last Updated May 23rd 12:42pm
We will list updates below for all resources available for businesses during these COVID-related business closures and restrictions.
NEWS PHASE 2 REOPENING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
UPCOMING WEBINARS PARKING PERMITS SBDC-Business Support
5 THINGS TO DO NOW! CARES ACT FORTRESS & FLOURISH
SCPD/SECURITY SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
CA EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT DEPT SC MUNICIPAL UTILITIES
WEBINAR ARCHIVES GENERAL GUIDANCE
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5/23/2020 DOWNTOWN BUSINESS NEWS
- We Need Your INPUT: Outdoor Dining Reopening
5/21/2020 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING FOR YOUR STAFF
Fortress and Flourish offers COVID-19 Public Health and Safety Training for employees in your business. The training is available to businesses in Santa Cruz County either in person (properly socially distanced for essential businesses, of course!), or through Zoom.
5/15/2020 ADVISORY ON LOCAL BUSINESS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES
5/9/2020 FORMATION OF COUNTY ECONOMIC RECOVERY COUNCIL ANNOUNCED
5/7/2020 COVID-19 PHASE 2 RE-OPENING GUIDANCE
5/6/2020 DOWNTOWN BUSINESS NEWS
- Phase 2 - Re-Opening Retail for Curbside Pickup
- Social Distancing Protocol Notice: Starting May 8th
- For Restaurants: Great Plates Program
- Quick Chamber Of Commerce Survey
5/5/2020 Restaurants Deliver: Home Meals for Seniors (Great Plates Program)
Several Downtown restaurants have expressed interest in participating in this California initiative. Our county has now coordinated the program on a local level, and have posted the information. Letters of Interest must be submitted by May 11th 4:00pm. Email to: email@example.com
5/4/2020 COVID-19 RE-OPENING PHASES
4/30/2020 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER OF THE COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ DIRECTING ALL INDIVIDUALS LIVING IN THE COUNTY TO CONTINUE SHELTERING AT THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE; AND PROVIDING MODIFICATIONS TO THE PRIOR ORDER CONCERNING BEACH, LODGING, AND BUSINESS RESTRICTIONS
"This Order shall become effective at 11:59 p.m. on May 1, 2020 and will continue to be in effect until it is extended, rescinded, superseded, or amended in writing by the Health Officer."
"In order to remain open, all Essential Businesses and facilities providing Essential Governmental Functions must prepare and post by no later than 11 :59 p.m. on May 8, 2020 a "Social Distancing Protocol" for each of their facilities in the County frequented by the public or employees. Any active construction site must also post a Social Distancing Protocol. The Social Distancing Protocol must be substantially in the form attached to this Order as Appendix A. The Social Distancing Protocol must be posted at or near the entrance of the relevant facility or construction site and shall be easily viewable by the public and employees. A copy of the Social Distancing Protocol must also be provided to each employee performing work at the facility or construction site. All Essential Businesses shall implement the Order of the County Health Officer to Shelter in Place ( effective May 1, 2020) Page 3 of 4 Social Distancing Protocol and provide evidence of its implementation to any authority enforcing this Order upon demand."
4/27/2020 SMALL BUSINESS FUNDING RESOURCES
4/23/2020 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER GENERALLY REQUIRING FACE COVERINGS
4/17/2020 CITY OF SANTA CRUZ LAUNCHES SANTA CRUZ RESILIENCE MICROLOAN PROGRAM. Applications will be accepted online on Monday, April 20, 2020 after 12:00pm. Apply here: choosesantacruz.com/microloan
4/17/2020 US CHAMBER FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES GRANT PROGRAM FOR SMALL BUSINESSES. More info HERE
4/1/2020 Click here to read: FAQ FOR BUSINESSES regarding the Shelter In Place Order - With the new superseding Order to Shelter In Place issued on March 31, 2020, the definitions of essential businesses have changed to provide more clarity, as well as some additional restrictions. We recommend all businesses review page 5 of the full Order to ensure compliance.
3/31/20 UPDATED: FULL ORDER TO SHELTER IN PLACE - EXTENDED TO MAY 3 - ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER OF THE COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ DIRECTING ALL INDIVIDUALS LIVING IN THE COUNTY TO SHELTER AT THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE.
Food businesses are also required to follow best practices for allowable food facility operations included in Environmental Health’s guidance, found here: NOTICE TO FOOD FACILITY OPERATORS OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS DUE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
3/24/2020: SANTA CRUZ CITY COUNCIL APPROVES EMERGENCY ORDINANCE TO PROTECT RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL TENANTS
Santa Cruz County will be eligible to transition to early Phase 2 of the California State Resilience Roadmap. Beginning Friday, May 8, 2020, local retail businesses may begin providing curbside pick-up services to customers. Examples of such businesses include book stores, jewelry stores, toy stores, clothing stores, shoe stores, home and furnishing stores, sporting goods stores, antique stores, music stores, florists, and other over-the-counter retailers. In addition, manufacturing and supply chain workplaces supporting these businesses may open. Social Distancing Protocols must be followed in all of these settings. We have gathered some helpful information for you:
- Phase 2 Reopening Guidance listing supplies and resources that your business may find helpful to get started. This will be a work in progress that we will continue adding to in the coming days.
- The City Economic Development Dept. has created a Jumpstart Program and "restart kits" for businesses. Make sure to SIGN-UP for a kit!
- The Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency is sharing the CDC Print Resources for businesses to download, print, and post.
- The California State Resilience Roadmap website lists a checklist for retailers to show customers and employees that you’ve reduced the risk and are open for business, as well as other industry guidance.
- Downtown businesses that need additional parking accommodations to support curbside pickup are encouraged to contact Parking Superintendent Heather Sawyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Parking Program Manager Brian Borguno at email@example.com. Any other questions or concerns may be addressed by calling the Parking Services office at (831) 420-5185.
We are maintaining and heavily promoting the following pages on the Downtown Santa Cruz website:
For any updates regarding these pages, you can contact marketing directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHOOSE SANTA CRUZ - CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPT.
The City Of Santa Cruz Economic Development Dept. has created a Jumpstart Program to support businesses transitioning to Phase 2 Reopening. You can sign up for a restart kit, which includes signage, hand sanitizer, and more. Visit: https://choosesantacruz.com/coronavirus
Click here for Local, State, and Federal Resources for your business. If you have specific questions or concerns about impacts to your business please contact our Business Liaison at the City Of Santa Cruz Economic Development Dept.: Rebecca Unitt: email@example.com or call 831-420-5157.
Thursday May 28, 2020 at 6:00pm PT: Selling During Tough Times
Details: We face unprecedented challenges. Few businesses understand how the ‘new normal’ will emerge and what they must do to survive and then thrive. Join us with Tony Hughes to learn how empathy and partnering will help your business continuing to win and retain clients.
- Doug Erickson
Executive Director / Santa Cruz Works
4/24/2020 UPDATE: CITY OF SANTA CRUZ EXTENDS PARKING PERMITS THROUGH MAY FREE OF CHARGE
Here is the information we just received regarding the Downtown Parking District Permit Holders Monthly Permits – Lots and Garages - Extension of free parking Permits: COVID-19 Parking Permit Info
SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER (SBDC)
Tools to Get You Through COVID-19
The Santa Cruz SBDC is working with businesses for on-one-one consultations and support specific to your business. They can help with applying for relief, guiding you through available resources, access to capital, marketing, e-commerce, supply chain interruptions, workforce capacity, insurance coverage and more - at no cost. Please reach out if you have any questions regarding your business.
Small Business Resources and Links Regarding Coronavirus Impacts To Your Business
5 THINGS TO DO NOW FOR DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES
Here are a handful of things that are important to do, if you have not already:
1.) Reduce Payroll Expense
Decrease labor cost as much as possible with consideration to your current business model and financial position. This can be challenging to determine how to do this in a way that supports your business and employees. For more guidance for your specific business, feel free to contact Candice Elliott, Human Resources Consultant with Fortress and Flourish. Candice is generously offering free services at this time.
2.) Apply For Disaster Relief Funding
There is a lot of information out there about disaster funding and we have been guided by many of our small business organization leaders that these are the two most important right now for small businesses:
SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan- Apply through SBA Directly
CARES Act incl. the “Paycheck Protection Program”- Apply Through Local Bank. Updated SBA Loan Portal/Instructions: https://covid19relief.sba.gov/#/
3.) Ask For Rent Relief
It is important that you reach out to your landlord to request a rent reduction or complete hold in collection. The County of Santa Cruz has passed an Eviction Moratorium that keeps business and residential tenants from being evicted through May 31st. Note: this is not a rent waiver, only postponement.
4.) Hold Or Suspend Utilities
Evaluate what you do and don’t need for your business currently. The City of Santa Cruz has implemented ways for you to easily hold or suspend some services such as garbage, and have also initiated a policy to allow for late payment without fees and a moratorium on utility shut off, due to lack of payment. Full details here.
5.) Contact Vendors and Creditors
Reach out to all of your business vendors and creditors to see if it is possible to postpone payments on accounts.
On Friday March 27, 2020 Congress passed the CARES Act - The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which includes the “Paycheck Protection Program” (“PPP”). This is the most useful relief that has been offered to small businesses and exempt organizations. It is structured as a loan, but the loan amount will be forgiven to the extent that your business uses it for qualified purposes during the eight weeks following the origination of your loan.
Latest information on funding opportunities for your business through the CARES Act:
Our present understanding is that these include:
- Health insurance
- Payroll taxes
- Independent contractors
- Salary equivalent for self-employed individuals
How to apply:
This is an SBA 7(a) loan. Any bank that is already an SBA lender should be able to initiate a PPP loan. Local banks connected to the SBA include Santa Cruz County Bank, Lighthouse Bank, and Santa Cruz Community Credit Union. The bank you regularly use for your business is a good place to start.
Candice Elliott, our Downtown liason at the City of Santa Cruz Economic Development Dept., also has her own HR business Fortress & Flourish, and has a wealth of information. She is also collaborating on some of the upcoming business support webinars. She is currently offering her services, free of charge, for small businesses that need to go through processes, so feel free to reach out to her with any questions or assistance. Visit her website or set up a phone call with her here!
4/9/2020 SCPD Presentation click here: Keep Your Business Safe From Burglaries
We have been in communication with our Downtown Police Sergeant regarding increased police patrol Downtown, especially at night. He let us know that SCPD is doubling their staffing, and rotating on to emergency 12-hour shifts in order to provide more patrols and a uniformed presence in the downtown business district to specifically deter crime and keep businesses safe during this difficult time.
While the Santa Cruz Police Department is increasing their nighttime visibility in business and commercial districts, they ask business owners to help by:
- Keep your business lit at night, inside and out.
- Keep windows uncovered and free of obstruction.
- Make sure alarms, and video surveillance systems are working correctly and contact SCPD immediately regarding any suspicious activity.
- Empty cash registers and make it evident to others that they are empty by leaving them open with the drawers removed.
- Hide any items seen as “high value” items like Ipads, point of sale systems, power tools, or small yet valuable items which could be easily taken in a smash and grab style burglary.
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4/5/2020: MESSAGE FROM POLICE CHIEF ANDREW MILLS
3/28/2020: MESSAGE FROM POLICE CHIEF ANDREW MILLS
4/15/2020: MESSAGE FROM ELITE INTERACTIVE SOLUTIONS, LLC After the SCPD presentation on April 9th, the question of Remote Guarding came up, and SCPD sent us the contact for Elite Interactive Solutions, LLC. Elite Interactive Solutions is a security consulting firm, and Ben Hartel sent over this information for anyone interested in this option:
We use cameras with artificial intelligence software and machine learning to prevent crime with our Remote Guarding security solution. Analytics are configured to create alerts. Alerts are then looked at live, in real time, by highly trained agents at our command center.
When an unauthorized offender enters your property, or, if activity is considered to be suspicious (trespassing, theft, vandalism, transient activity, etc.), a real-time "voice-down" is conducted by one of our agents: we see them, we describe them, we announce our presence to them, we notify them that law enforcement is on the way - and very often, that alone is enough to send the offenders running before damaging or stealing property. More than 90% of the time, the suspect flees. If they do not, we are on the phone with local law enforcement immediately, and receive priority response as live eye witnesses to a crime in progress.
We are always on and always watching.
Our solution is one alternative to the traditional security of either cameras without crime prevention software (reactive solution) or human security guards. Both traditional methods have severe limitations. Our Remote Guarding solution is typically about half the cost of a human security guard.
In response to demand, we've recently created a quick-deploy unit, equipped with all the same technology, that can be installed in a number of days on a temporary basis with more flexible terms/pricing than our long-term solution.
We'd love to be a resource and help Santa Cruz businesses, especially during these COVID-19 times.
For reference, some of our existing local clients are Santa Cruz City Schools, Live Oak School District, Swenson Builders, MCM Diversified and Gateway School.
For more information, or for a free quick Zoom demo, contact:
Benjamin Hartel, Regional Vice President
Senior Director of Security
mobile: (831) 471-7155
SBA (SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)
The Small Business Administration (SBA) will work directly with state Governors to provide targeted, low-interest loans to small businesses and non-profits that have been severely impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters. Find more information on the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans at: SBA.gov/Disaster.
CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (EDD)
The California Employment Development Department (EDD) has developed a COVID-19 Resources Page that includes information about benefits for employers and employees
Assistance for Businesses:
- We understand that the Coronavirus pandemic has severely affected many businesses' ability to operate or even stay open at this time. SCMU offers the a number of options to assist businesses during this time including (please go here for full information and forms):
downsize garbage request
suspend garbage request
close account request
For ALL customers during the pandemic:
no late charges, no shut offs for non-payment
no deposits, no collections
utility bills are due -- please pay what you can
- To contact us with any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
5/20/2020 11:00 AM Pacific Time: Many companies are concerned with securing properties and assets right now, and budgets can be tight. Join me for a webinar with tips and tactics that can improve security at all budget levels. Message me with any topics or questions you'd like covered. Hope to see you there. Hosted by Ben Hartel of Elite Interactive Solutions, LLC.
5/19/2020 1:30 PM Pacific Time: Many companies are concerned with securing properties and assets right now, and budgets can be tight. Join me for a webinar with tips and tactics that can improve security at all budget levels. Message me with any topics or questions you'd like covered. Hope to see you there. Hosted by Ben Hartel of Elite Interactive Solutions, LLC.
5/15/2020 4:00pm: WEEKLY VIRTUAL CALL WITH SANTA CRUZ MAYOR CUMMINGS
Join Mayor Justin Cummings and County Public Health Officer, Dr. Gail Newel, for an update on our regions continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic and Shelter-in-Place orders
5/13/2020 12:00pm-1:00pm: The Three R’s to Getting Back to Work During COVID-19
Hosted by The California Employer’s Association (CEA). The CEA may help with preparing to get employees back to work when operations can resume during the COVID-19 pandemic. They will cover the 3 R's of how to plan and successfully bring your employees back to work – Reconstruct, Reinstate, and Reconnect
- Reconstruct — Determine what your workplace will look like under this "new normal." Learn how to bring people back and what to do if some of the workforce cannot be reinstated.
- Reinstate — Evaluate the effectiveness of remote work for your team and if it can or should continue. Be prepared for a variety of federal, state, and local requirements regarding testing employees, PPE, physical distancing and more.
- Reconnect — How to welcome employees back and ensure a safe working environment.
5/12/2020 11:00am: PHASE 2 Re-Opening
Learn about what Phase 2 means for your business, and some of the tools available to you. Hosted by Downtown Association of Santa Cruz and City Economic Development Dept.
- Watch the Zoom Recording HERE - Password: 6n^8@h8@
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If you have any further questions, email Sonja Brunner: email@example.com
5/8/2020 4:00pm: WEEKLY VIRTUAL CALL WITH SANTA CRUZ MAYOR CUMMINGS
Updates on the Resilience Microloan Program and other initiatives supporting small businesses featuring City Economic Development Dept. Director, Bonnie Lipscomb. Questions via text through Zoom are encouraged.
ZOOM link: https://zoom.us/j/95437909954
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Friday May 8, 2020 8:15am PDT: Redefining Retail: Re-Opening Downtown For Business
Speakers will discuss:
- Data and analytics to understand the shift in consumer behavior
- Maximizing retail and restaurant real estate
- The importance of retail inventory
- Tools to support at-risk businesses
- Steps to safely reacquaint shoppers
Hosted by IDA (International Downtown Association). Free for members. $30 for non-members. Recorded webinar will be posted for all, after the date.
Wednesday April 29, 2020 at 11:30am1:00pm PDT: Congressman Panetta will be holding a virtual Q&A on Facebook with Small Business Administration (SBA) officials to have a conversation about small business lending programs, such as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDLs). He will be asking the SBA officials questions about the program and application process-
a link to his Facebook page is here: https://www.facebook.com/RepJimmyPanetta/ The pre-recorded conversation will be published at 1pm PDT for your viewing on Facebook and YouTube. It will remain on social media channels after it is published:
Tuesday April 28, 2020 12:15pm: Managing Social Media in a Covid-19 Era Webinar
Managing your social media for your business has always had its challenges. But now with the new norm of the Coronavirus, new challenges come into play. How are local business owners and marketers changing the way they use social media? What has been working for them and what has not? Join us for this free webinar as we listen to local businesses that have adapted their business and social media marketing to the changing circumstances. Hosted by Santa Cruz County Small Business Development Center and Event Santa Cruz
Thursday April 23, 2020 12:30pm Strengthening Your Digital Presence - Hosted by NextSpace as part of the What's Next Lecture Series. Featuring "nextpert" Chris Miller of Launch Brigade. Meeting ID: 949 5336 5305 / Password: 542073
Wednesday April 22, 2020 10:00 AM Transforming Your Digital Presence During Covid-19 - Featuring Cafe Delmarette. Hosted by Andreas Mueller and Kyle Sabraw of Digital Propellers.
Thursday April 16, 2020 - 3:00pm-4:30pm PDT: CMAA NorCal COVID-19 Small Business Webinar The sweeping $2 Trillion coronavirus aid package provides $349 billion for the Small Business Administration to guarantee loans to small businesses. SBA San Francisco District Director Julie Clowes will discuss who qualifies, how to apply, what are the terms, and field questions from the audience. Webinar is limited to 300 participants. Presented by SBA (Small Business Administration).
Friday April 10 11:00am: C19 Business Aid - Tax Provisions and Economic Relief A free webinar for businesses financially impacted by Covid-19 featuring David Doolin, the Managing Partner of the Santa Cruz accounting firm: Petrinovich Pugh & Company. He will discuss tax provisions and economic relief measures of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (Cares) Act and other similar legislation. Presented by Santa Cruz Works.
Thursday April 9 3:00pm: Keep Your Business Safe from Burglaries in the Time of the Coronavirus.
Designed to educate our local business community on crime prevention to protect against commercial burglary. Hosted by Santa Cruz Police. Submit questions in advance by email to askSCPD@cityofsantacruz.com
Recorded webinar and presentation materials will be made available www.SantaCruzPolice.com and HERE
Thursday April 9 12:00pm: Caring for Your Corporation in C19 Era.
This free webinar features Bill Richter of Richter Law Offices. He will discuss 10 things a business can do to emerge strong, financeable, and acquirable from the Covid-19 era. Presented by Santa Cruz Works.
Wednesday April 8 3:00pm-4:30pm: : Ask Us Anything Webinar As businesses are looking for answers to what financing is available to what HR policy they need to adhere to, we've put together a panel of experts to answer your questions and provide best practices in Marketing, HR, SBA Lending, Financial Management and Business Planning. Special attention will be provided throughout the webinar to answer your questions. Hosted by the SBDC (Small Business Development Center).
Wednesday, April 8 2:00PM - 3:00PM PDT: : Coronavirus Update - What Small Businesses Need to Know Caleb Baskin, of Baskin and Fowler, and Candice Elliott will be sharing important information for small businesses. We will cover:
- Workforce Reductions
- New FMLA and Sick Pay Laws
- CARES Act
Hosted by the Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce.
Thursday April 2, 2020: Small Business Assistance in Response to COVID-19 - April 2
Thursday April 2, 2020: ICSC COVID‑19: Small Business Resources Webinar - April 2
Wednesday, April 1, 2020: Business Capital Lending WEBINAR
Tuesday March 31, 2020: COVID-19 Small Business Resource Webinar
Friday, March 27, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.: Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Continued Guidance and Resources for Santa Cruz County Businesses. The County of Santa Cruz, local cities and business partners are pleased to be hosting a second webinar in a continued effort to provide rapid information and support to our local businesses during this very challenging time.
If you were unable to attend this Webinar here is the link: YouTube link to the Coronavirus (COVID 19) Continued Guidance and Resources for Santa Cruz County Business webinar (Presented March 27, 2020)
The webinar was simultaneously broadcast on the other following channels:
Friday, March 20th at 2:00pm PST: Restaurant and Hospitality Response to COVID 19.
Hosted by Louise Dawson
- We will have representatives from EDD to help restaurants manage workforce, ABC to talk about licenses that are not active for 30 days and other potential lifting of restrictions during this time, the Health Department to give best practises for those restaurants who are remaining open for to-go and delivery services and the SBA on disaster loans.
Friday March 20th 3:00pm PST: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance and Resources for Santa Cruz County Businesses - Santa Cruz County Office for Economic Development COVID-19 Zoom Webinar
If you were unable to attend this County Resources for Businesses Webinar at 3:00pm today, here’s the link: WEBINAR
- In response to the unprecedented economic impacts due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Santa Cruz County Office for Economic Development is presenting a FREE Webinar to provide current information, guidance and resources for local businesses.
- The Webinar will also be telecast on Community TV's channels 27/71. In addition, the City of Santa Cruz has been compiling and updating information and resources for businesses impacted by COVID-19. You can find information here.
Friday March 20th 4:00pm PST: Addressing The Financial Impact of COVID-19
- Supporting our workforce:
- Options for unemployment
- The Response of Financial Institutions to Coronavirus
- How to Bank through a crisis.
- Addressing the needs of uncertainty.
- Supporting Survival and Longevity for Small Business:
- SBA Disaster Relief Loan
- Loss, Need, Capacity
- Defining your Needs
- Understanding Capacity
- Addressing your Needs and uses for SBA Disaster Relief
- Communicating with Vendors and Lenders
- Addressing the Needs of our Workforce
Thursday, March 19th 2020 - 12:30 PM PST:
National Resources and Policy Updates for Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19
Join Small Business Majority for a national webinar covering updates from Capitol Hill, resources related to COVID-19 and policy recommendations to bolster small business owners right now.
- Small business funding updates, including SBA Disaster Assistance Loans for businesses being impacted by COVID-19
- An overview of alternative lending options including SBA's loan guarantee program, CDFIs, reputable online lenders and crowdfunding
- How to avoid predatory lenders using the Small Business Borrowers' Bill of Rights
- Updates on federal policy proposals and our recommendations to immediately help small businesses
- Venturize and other helpful tools and resources, Q&A
Thursday March 19th 2020 10:00am-11:30am: Coping with COVID: Prepping to apply for Emergency SBA Economic Injury Loans
Click here to access this information.
Wednesday March 18th 2020 at 8:30am (here) or 4:00pm PDT (here): SBA for an information session on the SBA disaster loan program
- What the program is
- How it works and how to apply
- Common frustrations, missteps, or misunderstandings that impact business owners
The session will be led by former SBA San Francisco District Director Mark Quinn
and the SBA Office of Disaster Assistance Public Information Officer Susheel Kumar.
Weds March 18, 11 am-12:30 am: Coping with COVID: Emergency cash flow resources and opportunities
Click here to access this information