Tools for you & Your Company
Helping Washington Businesses
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused economic development organizations around the state to pivot at a moment’s notice, as new state and federal regulations and guidelines are released nearly every day.
To help our members stay up to date on the latest business resources, we’ve compiled a list of COVID-19 websites and downloads for your convenience.
Economic Recovery Dashboard
This tool is provided by the Washington State Department of Commerce. It uses a variety of data sources to track Washington state’s economic recovery and resiliency and is a valuable resource to help monitor the economic impact of COVID-19 across Washington.
Click the link below to easily access the latest data available on employment, government assistance programs, businesses and consumer behavior.
Small Business Recovery Assistance in Washington
Small businesses are the backbone of Washington’s economy and many have been devastated during the pandemic. Many have closed, others are barely hanging on. Small businesses owned by people of color have been particularly impacted. In response, Congress has passed several aid packages and the State of Washington has provided relief, along with many local communities. But resources can be difficult to find, and the applications can be challenging to navigate.
On smallbizhelpwa.com you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions, information on how to find individual technical assistance, how to find a lender, training opportunities and where to find more detailed program information.
Tools for Economic Development Professionals
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
Washington’s Cities and Counties
Inclusive Assistance for Small Businesses
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We update our COVID-19 resources regularly. If you have a new resource or link to share, or have any questions about the resources provided above, contact us.