COVID-19 Toolkit & Resources

COVID-19 Toolkit

These are unprecedented times, and there is a lot of uncertainty right now, but we wanted to remind you all that the Clovis Chamber of Commerce is here for you, and fighting tirelessly to help our community be successful during a challenging time. We know, out of all communities, this community can weather the storm. That’s what Clovis, Fresno and the entire Central Valley does!

For the foreseeable future, our physical office will be closed, but the entire Chamber staff is working remotely to ensure that we all stay as informed, up-to-date, and connected as possible. We are available by phone or email from 9a-5p, Monday through Friday. View our staff webpage for complete contact details.We are also sharing resources and updates on our Facebook Page, so make sure you follow us there!

Information is coming at us from all directions and we want to be your source for the most up to date information possible. Many of our partners have dedicated COVID-19 information which will be beneficial to your business. The Clovis Chamber COVID-19 Toolkit, now available here, on our website, will have information and articles from the City of Clovis, Fresno County, CalChamber, Small Business Administration, California Employers Association and State of California via hyperlinks to their websites, which are updated daily. Our role in this community is to be a catalyst, a convener, and a champion. We are dedicated to doing that every day for you all but now it’s more important than ever. If you have questions, comments, or concerns, do not hesitate to reach out to our staff. If we don’t have the answer, we will find it for you. We want to make sure our priorities are aligning with yours!

Thank you for your commitment to this community and to the Clovis Chamber of Commerce. We are all in this together and we will all get through this together.

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Articles & Information

City of Clovis Update: Restaurant Revitalization Fund Grant Program 4/19/21

City of Clovis Update: More Business Grants Available 3/22/21

City of Clovis Update: Vaccine Eligibility Update 3/1/21

PPP Round 2 Now Open

California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program Available

New CA COVID-19 Employment Laws Presentation
Sample Letter: Notification to Employees re Employee Testing Positive with Coronavirus (Automatically Downloads Microsoft Word Document)
(Dec. 9 – From Sagaser, Watkins and Wieland, PC)

Cal/OSHA (California Department of Industrial Relations) Emergency Temporary Standards

What is Essential? (Guide to essential “sectors” and operations)

Regional Stay at Home Order dated December 3, 2020

Dec. 2: New Small Business Tax Credits For Employers

Still PPE (Masks & Hand Sanitizers) Available
at Clovis Chamber Office – While Supplies Last

City of Clovis Update: Multiple Indoor Business Operations
Ordered to Clovis in Fresno County

Clovis Community Foundation Establishes COVID-19 Relief Fund

3 New Bills Employers Need to Know About – California Employers Association: SB 1159 — COVID-19 Outbreaks at Work — Effective Now; AB 685 — One-Day Workplace Notifications re: COVID-19; SB 1383 — Expands CFRA to Employers with 5 or More Employees

City of Clovis Update: Indoor Operations Allowed for Some Businesses

City of Clovis Update: Nail Salons Can Reopen Indoors

City of Clovis Update: Small Business Grants Available

New Framework to Manage COVID-19 Released – August 28, 2020

Helpful COVID-19 Resources Shared By The Fresno County Department of Public Health – August 25, 2020

California Releases ‘Employer Playbook for a Safe Reopening’ – July 24, 2020

City of Clovis Update: Guidance on Performing Personal Care Services Outdoors – July 20, 2020

DMV Gives 1-Year Extension to Senior Drivers with Expiring Licenses

City of Clovis Update: More Businesses Ordered Closed – July 13, 2020

City of Clovis Update: Multiple Indoor Business Operations Closure Order Released – July 2, 2020

City of Clovis Update: Multiple Indoor Business Operations Ordered to Close in Fresno County – July 1, 2020

City of Clovis Update: Bars To Close Immediately – June 29, 2020

City of Clovis Update & Guidance: Personal Services and Family Entertainment Allowed in Fresno County June 26, 2020

Senator Borgeas’ Small Business Protection Bill Approved by Senate

State of California Updated Face Masking Guidance – June 18, 2020

City of Clovis Update & Guidance Links – June 11, 2020

View Clovis Chamber Member Supply Providers

May 24 Update: In-Store Retail Guidance & Resources

May 21 Update: Restaurants Able To Open – County of Fresno Requiring Form

May 20 Amended Fresno County Health Order

Guidance for Reopening Buildings After Prolonged Shutdown/Reduced Operation

Read the Governor’s Update on California’s Pandemic Roadmap

$5 Million to Help Businesses In Fresno County Impacted by COVID-19

Read About The Fresno (HUB) Grant
Read Guidance About The Fresno HUB Grant

US Chamber: Coronavirus Customizable Flyer

COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Dine-In Restaurants

City of Clovis Updated Business Resources

City of Clovis Re-Launch Checklist (Updated 5/12/20)

City of Clovis Guidance Update (May 8) and Resources

City of Clovis: Request for Proposal – Food Delivery Program Vendor

Request for Proposal Online Form

Participate in the California Recovery Roadmap Survey

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Guide On How To Apply

Payroll Protection Program Active Lenders

The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

Announcing Caring for Clovis – the new Gift Card Mall to support Clovis Businesses


Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Guidance & Resources for Small Businesses
from the City of Clovis

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
An SBA loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

View the PPP Overview

View the PPP Fact Sheet

U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Coronavirus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist

Fresno County Health Order Updated March 27, 2020

COVID-19 Screening Checklist for Non-Medical Employers

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act takes effect April 1, 2020
Learn more in this article from CalChamber

Read the FFCRA Q&A from the U.S. Department of Labor

Learn More About Disaster Loan Assistance from the Small Business Administration

Mandatory Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) Employee Rights Poster

COVID-19: What Employers Are Asking