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COVID-19 Business and Employee Resources

COVID-19 Business and Employee Resources

Business and Employee Resources

The City of Fullerton recognizes that small businesses are an integral part of the Fullerton Economy and are disproportionately impacted by the recent COVID-19 outbreak.  The City is doing everything it can to assist businesses and employees and has prepared the following list of resources.  Please check back often as information and resources will be updated regularly as they become available.  

COVID19 Business Reopening Guidelines

 

Resources

  1. City of Fullerton Small Business Emergency Assistance Program Application
  2. County of Orange Supervisor Chafee District 4 Small Business Relief Program Application
  3. Open for Business
  4. California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development
  5. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Corona Virus Response Toolkit
  6. California Association for Local Economic Development
  7. California Sate Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy
  8. Corona virus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist
  9. My storefront is closed: How do I sell my goods online - Webinar 3/30/2020 @ 10:00 a.m.
  10. 8. Small Business Administration - Press Release RE: Coronavirus Aid package
  11. Orange County/Inland Empire Small Business Development Center Daily Webinar Registration
  12. Save Small Business Fund
  13. Great Plates Delivered - Information Page
  14. LISC OC Small Business Relief Program
  15. ABC Outdoor Dining
  16. City to Business Notification
  17. Outdoor dining - retail - application package
  18. OC Health Care Agency and OCBC Reopen Webinar
  19. How to ReOpen Your Business Safely

Small Business Administration Disaster Resources

  1. U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Program
  2. SBA Disaster Assistance One-Pager
  3. SBA Coronavirus Disaster Loans
  4. Paycheck Protection Program FAQ

US Chamber Resources

  1. U.S. Chamber Corona virus Resource Website
  2. U.S. Chamber Disaster Help Desk
  3. Resources to Help Your Small Business Survive

State Industry Guidance to Reduce the Risk

The U.S. Senate approved the “Families First Corona virus Response Act,” which will provide immediate relief to American workers and families during this challenging time.  For more information about the package, please see the press release.

Orange County Community Services implemented an Economic & Business Recovery Call Center. Businesses can call (714) 480-6500 during hours of operation Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

 

Revised: 8/5/2020