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425 Startup Innovation Lab- Free to Business Owners Apply Now
King County Businesses-Take the All Clear King County Pledge
New! King County taking Applications for Relief Grants for Science, Arts and Culture Organizations, and Independent Music Venues
New! The City of Woodinville is creating a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Acquisition Program for Woodinville businesses


WA State – Business, Employer & Employee Resources

WA State Coronavirus Response Resources Page
Extensive list of state resources for businesses and employees.

WA State Department of Health Latest Statistics


Unemployment Insurance, Benefits & Taxes

Tips from the Employment Security Department…

Preparing fully before applying will help the process go smoother. Everyone who is eligible will receive benefits – and it will be paid retroactive to their date of eligibility

Employment Security Department

Main Page for Unemployment Information in WA State

Employment Security Department

Video of Shared Work Program overview

WA State Employment Security Department: Layoff Assistance

“The Employment Security Department (ESD) can: Help businesses and workers facing major layoffs, and help prevent layoffs from happening.”

 

Working Washington Emergency Grants

Working Washington Small Business Emergency Grants

Check status of availability of emergency funding.

 

WA State Resources

WA State Department of Revenue

Business Relief During COVID-19 Pandemic
Indoor service prohibition for bars, taverns, distilleries and wineries amended
WA State Department of Health: Workplace and Employee Resources & Recommendations

WA State Department of Commerce: COVID-19: Insurance For Businesses and Events

WA State Department of Commerce: Seeks applications for childcare partnership grants

Washington Small Business Development Center (WSBDC) Business Resiliency Toolkit

Disaster planning information, guide, and emergency procedures workbook.

Covid-19 Legal Clinic For Small Businesses & Non-Profits – Communities Rise

Virtual clinic helps small businesses and nonprofits connect with a lawyer to navigate the legal issues they are experiencing due to Covid-19

Watch All Governor Jay Inslee Press Conferences re: COVID-19 Coverage

Governor Inslee Announces Washington’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan – A Safe Return To Public Life

Learn about the Governor’s 3 Overriding Goals.

Governor’s Re-Start Construction & Safety Plan

Certain low risk construction projects can re-start as long as they can comply with the state’s COVID-19 Safety Plan

Governor Inslee Issues Protections For High-Risk Workers

The proclamation provides older workers and those with underlying health conditions a series of rights and protections.

What’s Open and Closed

Governor Jay Inslee has issued a Stay at Home, Stay Healthy order. This is a list of social distancing recommendations currently in place

WA State List of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers

The Governor has designated “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers” to help state, local, tribal, and industry partners as they work to protect communities, while ensuring continuity of functions critical to public health and safety, as well as economic and national security.

Request Form To Have Your Business Added To Essential Business List

Submit this form and let them know why your business should be considered and essential business.

 

King & Snohomish Counties, & Local – Business, Employer & Employee Resources

New! Relief Grans for Science, Arts and Culture Organizations and Independent Music Venues

Talleres y Recursos para Negocios Pequeños (Workshops & Resources for Small Businesses)

Key Indicators of Covid-19 Activity in King County

King County & Seattle Public Health: Planning For A Coronavirus Pandemic

A Guide For Businesses & Organizations

Public Health – Seattle & King County
Guidance for retail businesses and service operators to protect from the spread of COVID-19

Snohomish County Info For Business/Employers

An extensive list of resources and materials for employers and employees related to COVID-19.

Farmer’s Markets – Snohomish County Information For Markets & Vendors

Operational requirements, checklists and more

Puget Sound Energy Announces Relief Measures

The state’s health insurance exchange has opened a special enrollment period for qualified individuals who are or become uninsured

 

Federal & US – Business, Employer & Employee Resources

Five Things You Should Know About the Payment Protection Plan

Small Business Guide to the CARES Act

Complete Information & Links by U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship

Coronavirus and USDA Assistance for Farmers

USDA Service Centers are open for business by phone appointment only, and our team is assisting agricultural producers with disaster assistance, conservation, safety net, and farm loan programs and services like conservation planning and acreage reporting.

 

SBA – Small Business Administration / EIDL

Deadline to submit a PPP Application is Aug. 8, 2020

COVID-19 Coping Tips for Small Business Owners

Last Call to Apply For Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Five Things To Know About Paycheck Protection Program

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

The federal Small Business Administration (SBA) may be able to provide assistance through the Economic Injury Disaster Loans program to businesses that have suffered substantial economic injury in an eligible disaster area.

SCORE Coronavirus Small Business Resource Center – A mentorship & counseling division of the SBA

A central hub of up-to-date information and best practices for small business resilience at this time. The completely free resource center includes financial support resources, live and on-demand educational 

content and access to remote mentoring.

COVID-19 SBA Disaster Loans

 

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Coronavirus Small Business Guide & Resources – U.S. Chamber of Commerce

U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Workplace Tips for Employees

General workplace health and safety information.

 

Centers For Disease Control

CDC Guidance for Businesses

Recommended strategies for employers to use now, response plans and more.

 

Grants & Industry Specific Relief Opportunities

Facebook Small Business Grants

Facebook is offering Small Business Grants to qualifying businesses located in King County

ArtsWA Grants

ArtsWA grants support the work of arts organizations across Washington State.

The Plate Fund

Food Service Workers that LIVE in King County. Apply for financial assistance from The Plate Fund. Donations are also needed to add to this fund.

New! GreenRope Offers Free CRM Programs For Qualifying Non-Profits

Customer relationships are key in business and especially during this unusual time.

Google Ad Grants & Free Resources For Non-Profits

James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund

Open to independent restaurants with under 100 employees. Apply here for temporary relief funds up to $15,000.

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