|Dear Business Community and Partners,
The Economic Development Department at the City of Loveland would like to provide tools and support for our businesses during this challenging time. All Loveland businesses will be impacted, and our goal is to meet this disruption with clarity, confidence and relative calm. If you aren’t already, our suggestion is to start tracking all coronavirus related costs and losses for any potential stimulus programs that may be forthcoming.
We would encourage all businesses to follow the CDC guidelines for employers to implement now in the workplace to limit person to person contact, and how to plan for a potential outbreak.
Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center is a single source point for Federal, State and local programs to provide aid and support. Programs and processes are evolving daily so check the website often.
Among other useful guides available for download, the following links were aggregated by Pikes Peak SBDC:
The U.S. SBA is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital. Colorado should soon become a designated area.
Visit this website for the latest information for employers and workers. Website links include information on: – Paid Sick Leave for COVID-19 – Workplace Preparedness – Information from the Division of Federal Employees Compensation (DFEC)
Find details on the latest leave with pay rules and industry specifics.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is a great resource to keep up on the latest throughout the state of Colorado.
OTHER USEFUL BUSINESSES RESOURCES/LINKS:
We will continue to share new information as it becomes available. Please support local businesses to the best of your ability. If you have questions or concerns, please contact either of the following individuals:
Kelly Jones, Economic Development Director, City of Loveland
Scott Schorling, Economic Development Manager, City of Loveland
Jack Hill, Business Development Specialist, City of Loveland