** CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION **
At ChamberWest we are working to keep businesses informed of best practices when it comes to how to brace for the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic that has now hit Utah. Below are some helpful tips on how to help your business and employees be prepared and to stay as healthy as possible.
The SBA has released their latest newsletter that details information about the EIDL loans and other helpful resources. Click here to read the newsletter.
In addition, below you will find several links to helpful information. As new information comes available, we will be updating them as we get them. Please let us know how your business is doing and what you are experiencing out there in our Chamber.
Stay up to date on what's happening in Utah and what the State of Utah recommendations are to help us effectively respond to the COVID-19 virus. If you're worried about whether you may have 1-800-456-7707. This website has resources that businesses can find and use to keep their employees safe and the doors open., please call the Utah Coronavirus Information Line at
The SBA has given some helpful links on returning to work:
Here is an update from the SBA on PPP Loans as of 5/8/2020
SBA's goal is to provide transparency in reporting our program performance. To that end, here is a summary of Paycheck Protection Program Round 2 data as of 5:00 p.m. EDT, Thursday, May 7, 2020.
In Round Two of the Paycheck Protection Program (as of April 27 - May 1, 2020), the SBA has guaranteed 2,211,791 loans.
In Round One of the Paycheck Protection Program, (through April 16, 2020), the SBA guaranteed 1,661,367 loans.
Follow this link for additional Paycheck Protection Program Performance Info:
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) put together some helpful resources for Businesses as well.
Click here to access the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist
Click here to access the U.S. Chamber's new Small Business Loan Guide & Checklist. It will help you determine: "Am I eligible? What will lenders ask? How much can I borrow? And will this loan be forgiven?"
Hope that you and your family are safe and healthy during this time and beyond.
Senator Mike Lee's office released the following message and additional resource information to the Utah business community:
Below are some resources to help businesses during this time:
USDA (at the moment, these resources are limited to Kane and San Juan Counties:
As information becomes available nationwide, you can keep an eye on what the CDC recommendations are. Here you will find helpful tips, etc. on how to best prepare for and prevent the disease from spreading.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce also has recommendations for businesses to follow. You can find them here.
Please find the links below for new and updated resources that the U.S. Chamber has developed to assist businesses to access resources created under the CARES Act (Phase III bill). This includes an update to the guide we released several days ago on the Paycheck Protection Program.
Click here to see the latest update on what is available in Jordan Landing.