Goodyear is still open for business, just differently!
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unexpected set back and everyone is affected. But we are all in this together and we will get through this together. City of Goodyear staff is also social isolating, but the "Good" news is YOU are our top priority and we are here to help point you in the right direction during this challenging time.
Resources available for businesses owners
|CITY OF GOODYEAR||The latest information about the Coronavirus | COVID-19||goodyearaz.gov/residents/coronavirus-info|
|Arizona @ Work (Employees)||Arizona employers with Immediate Openings||arizonaatwork.com/newsroom/all/arizona-employers-immediate-openings|
|Arizona @ Work (Employers)||The city of Goodyear is partnering with Arizona@Work to assist Goodyear companies who are either temporarily hiring or laying off employees during the Covid-19 pandemic.||arizonaatwork.com|
|Arizona Commerce Authority||Resources to support businesses and employees as they help combat the spread of COVID-19.||azcommerce.com/covid-19/|
|Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC)||Power Arizona’s future by ensuring safe, reliable, and affordable utility services.||azcc.gov|
|Arizona Department of Economic Security||DES services to help individuals and families meet their basic needs and reduce financial burdens by lowering healthcare costs associated with the COVID-19 virus.||des.az.gov/services/coronavirus|
|Arizona Office of Tourism||
|AZ Job Connection||Whether you're looking for that perfect job, that perfect employee or information on an industry or workforce, AZ Job Connection is for you.||azjobconnection.gov|
|AZ Pro||Free “Open During COVID-19” banners. Email us at email@example.com See offer on AZPro LinkedIn||azprogroup.com/contact|
|CARES Act||On March 27, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law, becoming the largest stimulus package in U.S. history and providing $2.2 trillion in much needed relief to individuals and businesses grappling with the fallout of the COVID-19 epidemic.|
|Greater Phoenix SCORE||Guidance for small businesses during the Coroanvirus outbreak. Mentors are available to participate in remote mentoring sessions via phone, email, and video.||greaterphoenix.score.org/content/small-business-disaster-preparedness-resources|
|Local First||FREE Webinars on planning for the potential impact on your business and practical tips to consider.||localfirstaz.com/covid19|
|Maricopa County Library District||(Library Card Required) Many business resources, including Gale Small Business Builder, and more.|
|National Restaurant Association||To ensure that restaurants have the latest information about coronavirus, we created this industry-specific guidance for owners and operators.||www.restaurant.org/covid19|
|National Retail Federation||Coronavirus Resources for Retailers||nrf.com/resources/retail-safety-and-security-tools/coronavirus-resources-retailers|
|The InnovationHub @ GoodyearAZ||One-on-one mentoring to help you reposition your business during this temporary setback.||goodyearaz.gov/innovationhub|
|Small Business Administration||The SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters.||sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance|
|SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan||
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories are eligible to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000.
The SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million that can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing. The loan advance will provide economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue. Funds will be made available within three days of a successful application, and this loan advance will not have to be repaid.
To apply for a COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan, click here.
Small Business Development Center
|The Maricopa Small Business Development Center Network (SBDC) provides advising, training, online courses and resources for businesses throughout the valley.|
|SmallBusinessTrends.com||Coronavirus Business Center||smallbiztrends.com/tag/coronavirus-biz-advice|
|Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce||Resources for the business community to help enforce strategies to protect employees, residents, and visitors.||southwestvalleychamber.org/covid19.html|
|U.S. Chamber of Commerce||The latest resources, guidance and insights to protect American businesses, workers and families.||www.uschamber.com|
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Learn About MCLD E-Resources Here
03/24/2020 4:07 PM
Coronavirus: The Internal and External Critical Communications You Need To Know For Your Business - Webinar
Series of Webinars on Long Term Care Facilities, K-12 and Childcare, Faith-Based and Social Services, etc.
How You Can Help
Please continue to support our local businesses as much as you can during this uncertain time.
- Order pick up/to go food
- Purchase online
- Buy gift certificates
- Complete the survey below to help us help you
- Approach this situation in an innovative and proactive manner
- Focus on what is going right!
- Be a leader and virtually connect friends, family and business associates
- Have fun with technology.... Try the popular video communication resources such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, Skype, ezTalks Meetings, Fuze, Face Time, and many others.
- Be safe and follow the CDC Guidelines