Business Support Resources - COVID-19
4th Round of accepting grant applications for small businesses in Washington County is now open. To learn more, click the link https://www.co.washington.or.us/CAO/business-recovery.cfm
Resources for June 1st Phase I Reopening in Washington County
The City of King City has gathered a comprehensive list of local, county, and state resources for our business community. We would like to ensure that your King City businesses have the tools and resources needed for a safe reopening. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. We are here to help!
State of Oregon Reopening Plan
Baseline Phase ends May 31, 2020
Phase 1 begins June 1, 2020
Phases 2 and 3 earliest application date is June 22, 2020
Reopen Ready Washington County Health Panel Webinars
Oregon Health Authority Sector Guidance: Phase I Reopening
FAQs - Shopping Centers and Malls
Fitness-related Organizations (gyms, fitness centers, dance studios, etc.)
FAQs - Fitness-related Organizations
Oregon Health Authority Signage
Clean Hands Save Lives Clean Hands Save Lives (Spanish)
Going out? Stay apart. Going out? Stay apart. (Spanish)
Do you have these symptoms? Do you have these symptoms? (Spanish)
Why sign in? Why sign in? (Spanish)
Physical Distancing Physical Distancing (Spanish)
Additional Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Resources
Reopening Guidance for the Public
Mask and Face Covering Guidance
General Guidance for Employers
Outdoor Recreation Organizations
FAQs - Retail Stores, Shopping Centers, and Malls
School Aged Summertime Day Camps
*All linked documents above are in English. To access documents in Spanish, Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Hmong, Korean, Marshallese, Russian, Somali, and Vietnamese please click here.
Centers for Disease Control
Please Wear Face covering Poster
Guidance for Cleaning & Disinfecting Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses
Local Businesses with PPE Available
Other Resources for Business
Resources for Nonprofits
Oregon has adopted temporary changes to Child Care Rules in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Oregon Community Recovery Grant
- The Oregon Community Recovery Grant program will provide funds to nonprofit organizations in Oregon that are affected by the outbreak of COVID-19. For questions on the program, email email@example.com.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
- Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding has been retooled to help respond to the spread of infectious disease. Grantees may use Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for a range of eligible activities that prevent and respond to the spread of infectious diseases, including COVID-19. Grantees should coordinate with local health authorities before undertaking any activity to support state or local pandemic response.
For more information view the Quick Guide CDBG Infectious Disease Response PDF.
Business Oregon has compiled a list of financial assistance resources for small businesses.
Greater Portland Inc. has compiled resources specifically for businesses in the Greater Portland area.
COVID-19 Related Business Layoffs, Closures, and Unemployment Insurance Benefits https://www.oregon.gov/employ/Pages/COVID-19.aspxOregon Economic Development Association has compiled a list of ideas for small businesses as they move through this uncertain time period as well as a general list of various resources.
There is a need to have as many businesses as possible complete an Economic Injury Worksheet (available here) to support official certification of an Economic Disaster in Oregon related to the impact of COVID-19. An economic disaster declaration by the U.S. Small Business Administration will open up access to sorely needed business relief through ’s Economic Disaster Assistance program.
It is important that the state receive worksheets this week from businesses quickly from all regions of Oregon. Worksheets should be submitted this week to your local emergency manager, John Wheeler (firstname.lastname@example.org) (cc: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Department of Treasury have begun releasing the information that will guide the programs created through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
To stay up to date on the implementation of these programs, please visit the following websites:
- SBA – here you will find information on all COVID-19 related programs that SBA is providing, including the Paycheck Protection Program, Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Emergency Grants, and Small Business Debt Relief.
- Department of Treasury – here you will find information on the Paycheck Protection Program, as well as other tax provisions meant to help employers, including non-profits.
To help small business owners and entrepreneurs better understand the new programs that will soon be available to them, we have created a comprehensive guide to many of the small business provisions in the CARES Act that was passed by Congress on March 27. These programs and initiatives are intended to assist business owners with whatever needs they have right now.
While these programs are being implemented, you may continue to use this guide as a source of information about the major programs and initiatives that will soon be available from the SBA and Treasury. Once complete guidance has been announced for all of the programs, we will update the guide to reflect that guidance.
Download the guide here.