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Get Woodinville Back To Business TOOLKIT

The Woodinville Chamber is here to help your business prepare to re-open. We encourage all businesses to plan, establish policies, and purchase supplies ahead of time to create a more successful transition. The following resources can help you get started:

Here are some additional resources as you begin planning for your business:

Re-Opening Your Business – Requirements, Restrictions, Checklists & Tips

City of Woodinville

City of Woodinville Guidelines for Use of Outdoor Spaces

Temporary Tent Permitting | Woodinville Fire & Rescue

Temporary Tent Permit | Checklist

City of Woodinville is creating a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Acquisition Program for Woodinville Businesses

King County

Phase 2 and 3 Guidelines for King County Food Establishments

Phase 2 and 3 Indoor Fitness and Training COVID-19 Reopening Requirements – Update

Seating arrangement rules for restaurants, bars, wineries and distilleries amended

Phase 2 and Phase 3 Restaurant, Tavern, Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries COVID-19 Requirements

Requirements For Re-Opening For All Businesses – State of Washington, Governor’s Orders

Industry-based. Learn what will be required of your business when you re-open. Includes restrictions and limitations, supplies for staff, requirements for customers and so forth by industry.

Safe work plan template- Download this plan template to use for any small business

Phase 2 guidelines for food establishments

Curbside Retail Requirements – State of Washington, Governor’s Orders

Checklists and Guidelines For Safe Start Re-Opening Plan

Great resource for employers in planning your re-opening strategy.

Guide To Re-Open Your Business – U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Articles with helpful strategies.

How To Communicate Your Business’ Re-Opening – U.S. Chamber of Commerce

How to Effectively Communicate Your Reopening Plans to Customers

Watch Anytime – Free Webinar re: Toolkit For Reopening The Workplace

Best practices on a host of topics, from workforce and workplace readiness, as well as a host of templates and other documents to help you build your own toolkit for the process of reopening.

Back To Work Toolkit

Toolkit for re-opening the office and getting back to work.

Business Signage Toolkit

Print these posters for businesses. Ie. Shopping Tips, What Is 6 Feet?, We Do Take-Out, etc.

New face coverings poster for child care facilities


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