Coronavirus Resources For Businesses & Employees
Who can open? How do you open?
A variety of Businesses are allowed to open in Phase 2 as well as Phase 2B. Please look up your industry sector to see what you will have to do in order to open safely. There are 3 steps to opening. 1) Complete a COVID-19 Prevention Plan which you will find under your industy sector on the County Website. 2) Go over your industry guidelines and checklist to make sure you have completed the necessary steps to open. 3) Complete the Attestation form and print out the certificate to hang in your window at each entrance.
- Opening Your Business (Look under your industry sector for the COVID-19 Prevention Plan)
- Industry Check List (Look over the guidelines and checklist for your industy sector)
- Attestation Form (Complete this form to access your “Open for business” certificate)
- Video Presentation for filling out the Prevention Plan and completing your Attestation Form
Santa Barbara County RISE Guide
State of CA Resilience Roadmap
Signs for Businesses: (The Buellton Chamber will print these at no charge for our members)
- Santa Barbara County Public Health Department
- Santa Barbara County Economic Recovery
- SB Workforce Development Board – Business Resource Guide
- SB Workforce Development Board – Workers Resource Guide
- SCORE Webinars
- SBA Fact Sheet
- SBDC Form
- Disaster Loan Three Step Process
- US Small Business Support
- Emergency Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Application
- Guide to CARES Act Eligibility
- Payroll Protection Program (PPP) PPP Application
- US Small Business Administration
- Employment Development Department
- Emergency Paid Leave & Sick Pay
- Labor & Workforce Development Agency
- Resilience in a Box (Disaster preparedness and business resilience)
- Corporate Aid Tracker
- Bartenders and Servers
The Coalition of Central Coast Chambers supports a phased reopening that seeks to protect our region’s public health while allowing businesses to reopen and start the process of bringing our economy back online. The Coalition of Central Coast Chambers was one of the community task forces that provided input on the guidelines for the reopening document (START Guide). We will continue to work with our public health officials, government officials and the business community on refining and implementing the guidelines in a manner that will sustain our safety and our economy.
The Coalition of Central Coast Chambers is made up of Chambers in both San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara County: Atascadero Chamber, Buellton Chamber, Cambria Chamber, Lompoc Chamber, Los Osos/Baywood Park Chamber, Morro Bay Chamber, Paso Robles Chamber, San Luis Obispo Chamber, Santa Maria Chamber, Solvang Chamber and South County Chambers.