Business & Nonprofit Resources

COVID-19 resources including guidance documents and signs for businesses and the public in Grant County. Click here.

Daily updates including case counts and demographics. Updates for COVID-19 in Grant County will be posted as information becomes available. Click Here.

nformation and frequently asked questions about COVID-19, including symptoms, testing guidance, the investigation process and additional links. Click Here.

Updates from County Commissioners on COVID impacts on Grant County. Click Here.

The Grant County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is currently activated in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  The EOC is a command and control center that coordinates response among all county first response agencies and is the local point of contact for State and Federal resources. Click Here.

Latest news, information and links from the State of Washington. Click Here.

This “Stay Safe. Stay Open. Wear a Mask.” campaign from a coalition of associations across the state provides downloadable videos, posters, social media content and radio spots encouraging all in Washington to wear a mask to safeguard our business, employees and community.

This is a flyer you can customize and post to inform your employees and customers about the steps you are taking to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

These are common steps recommended by the CDC, states, and local jurisdictions, as of May 18, 2020. This is not a substitute for guidance from your state or local health departments, so please consult those resources as well. To create your flyer click here.

“There is a good chance that you, like many small business owners, are wondering how the financial fallout of the coronavirus (COVID-19), will impact your business. For many, it isn’t just a question of lost sales, but uncertainty around how to best protect your livelihood, support your employees and manage ongoing operational costs.

However, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel, as the U.S. Small Business Administration announced on March 12, 2020, that they will be offering low-interest Economic Injury Disaster Loans of up to $2 million to impacted small businesses. The interest rate on these loans will be 3.75% for small businesses and 2.75% for non-profits. Loans can be repaid over a period of up to 30 years. Here’s a quick overview of the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan program with details below.” Click to read the overview

“The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is hitting the United States hard, forcing shutdowns of schools and businesses and prompting government officials to issue orders forcing people to stay in their homes and avoid all but the most essential outside travel. On March 13th, President Trump declared a national emergency due to the virus sweeping through communities from coast-to-coast. In the wake of this crisis, small businesses have been hit the hardest: many state governors have closed down restaurants, bars, movie theaters, and non-essential retail stores, causing entrepreneurs to experience significant losses in revenue. The problems posed by this viral outbreak for small business owners are myriad and potentially devastating. Fortunately, there are ways of alleviating these problems, and large-scale relief initiatives are on the horizon. Whether your business has been shut down or remains open in some capacity, outlets for relief already exist or are on the way. In order to aid and inform owners of small businesses, we’ve compiled this comprehensive guide to coronavirus issues and solutions. We wish you good luck during this difficult period.”

For more information and to view the resources available from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce click here.

The coronavirus is causing financial difficulties for businesses across the U.S. Here is a complete listing of all of our coronavirus resources for small businesses.