Business Resources for COVID-19

The City of Snoqualmie cares very much for the health of our local businesses. Our restaurants, shops, recreational facilities, service providers, arts and entertainment venues, corporations, and many other types of businesses are the backbone of our community and local economy. During this very challenging time as we all navigate this health and economic crisis due to the coronavirus and COVID-19, we are here for you. Please let us know how we can help. 

Agencies Assisting Businesses and Workers:

Small Business Association
Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program; local assistance; guidance
 
Washington State Department of Revenue
Tax filing extensions; payment plan adjustments; waiving business license renewal fees; audit delays

Office of the Insurance Commissioner of Washington State
Insurance assistance for business, travel, medical, Medicare, event cancellations

Employment Security Department of Washington State
Employee layoffs; taxes; illness guides; comprehensive FAQ

United States Department of Labor
Exposure risks; workplace preparation for COVID-19; OSHA standards

Centers for Disease Control Guidance for Businesses and Employers
Strategies for managing employees who are sick; workplace preparation and cleaning; travel impacts

Office of Governor Jay Inslee
Overview of local, regional, and federal business resources

Consumer Protection Financial Bureau
Financial and bill assistance; income loss; scam attempts

Federal Trade Commission
Coronavirus scams

Puget Sound Energy
No disconnection or late fees; payment plans

Comcast
No disconnection or late fees; unlimited data; free WiFi hot spots

Washington Utilities & Transportation Commission
Energy assistance programs; payment assistance



Contacts



Nicole Wiebe
City of Snoqualmie
nwiebe@snoqualmiewa.gov
425-888-1555 ext.1158

Kelly Coughlin
SnoValley Chamber of Commerce
kelly@snovalley.org 
425-888-6362