In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic the Greater Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce is encouraging businesses to follow directives from the CDC and all levels of government to protect our community during this critical time. While it is difficult to know exactly how long we will be impacted and to what extent, by communicating, innovating, and working together, we can improve the outcome for everyone.

What is the Chamber doing?

The Chamber office has re-opened to the public, following Mayor Craig McFarland’s “Come Back S.M.A.R.T. Casa Grande” campaign guidelines. Please refer to the Chamber’s Facebook page for frequent updates on a variety of helpful community resources. In terms of our local businesses, let’s stay loyal and patronize the businesses in our community. The Greater Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce (The Chamber) is the voice of business, and has a strong role in communicating that our community is open for business. The Chamber is working in collaboration with the City of Casa Grande, the CAC Small Business Development CenterCasa Grande Main Street and others to keep our business community informed regarding COVID-19.

What’s Open?

CasaGrandeIsOpenForBusiness.com is a new resource that is available to all businesses in the community. Add your business, or view the directory.

Our 2020 Chamber Directory serves as a great resource for connecting with member businesses. For the latest updates about a business, whether they are open or closed, or have adapted services to current events, visit our Online Business Directory, and follow the web links to their pages to learn more.

What Resources Are Available?

Guidance on Reopening of Bars and Gyms

Update on where Pinal County is with regard to the 3 benchmarks that need to be met

Sun Life is now offering COVID-19 Antibody Testing as part of Occupational Health Services. This test is currently covered by most insurances at no expense to the policy holder or an established cash-pay rate of $60/antibody test. Call Sun Life at 520-350-7551 to learn more about all Occupational Health Services.

PPP Forgiveness Application – SBA Form 3508

PPP Loan Forgiveness FAQ’s

CARES ACT

Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) – Available NOW

Payment Protection Program Loan (PPP) – Available beginning 4/3/2020 through various financial institutions

US Government Economic Impact Payments – Available to individuals beginning in the next few weeks, will distribute automatically and no action is required for most people

CaresActAZ.com free online training program for small business owners gives both novice and experienced borrowers individualized support to navigate the CARES Act and access relief funds

The Arizona Commerce Authority has compiled resources for small businesses and workers facing employment loss.

Local First Arizona provides many scheduled and pre-recorded webinars available on a wide array of helpful COVID-19 topics relevant to Arizona small businesses.

Arizona Department of Economic Security – Unemployment Information

If you need assistance finding food, paying house bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, dial 211, search on the homepage of 211Arizona.org or download the 211 Arizona app.

Renters: Eviction orders are halted for anyone quarantined or facing economic hardships due to COVID-19. Get more about information regarding rental assistance  or begin qualification for Rental Assistance.

Utilities: APS, SRP, TEP, and six electric cooperatives have agreed that no customer will lose power or assessed late fees or interest due to inability to pay during the COVID-19 emergency. Learn more.

Banking and mortgages: Arizona banks are suspending home evictions and foreclosures for at least 60 days, with the potential to extend that period for the duration of the emergency declarations. Most banks have adopted payment deferral programs. If your residents — homeowners, borrowers, small businesses — are struggling to make payments, they should contact their banks directly to discuss payment deferral plans for the emergency. Learn more.

Internet: Wireless and wireline internet service providers have committed to not terminating service for any residence or small business because of inability to pay due to COVID-19 as well as waiving late fees for those with COVID-19 economic circumstances. Learn more. Many internet providers have deals specific for the COVID-19 emergency and special offers for families with K-12 students (those offers are compiled by the Arizona Commerce Authority).

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