LATEST HEALTH ORDERS AND GUIDANCE POSTED HERE - COUNTY OF SONOMA
Please find below resources from multiple sources regarding the COVID-19 virus.
NEW Covid-19 Testing Flyers from the County of Sonoma
- A flyer intended for distributing electronically to businesses to request their help with Covid testing (English Flyer or Spanish Flyer)
- A flyer intended for businesses to print and post at their facilities to request their employees’ help with Covid testing (English Flyer or Spanish Flyer)
PROTECT OUR HEALTH AND HELP OUR REGION MOVE OUT OF THE PURPLE TIER - Download the Flyer HERE.
If we prioritize testing, we can do both.
Asymptomatic COVID-19 positive persons can spread the virus, impact the health of co-workers and family members, and keep Sonoma County in the most restrictive re-opening tier (the Purple Tier). If we cannot move out of the Purple Tier, we cannot have any indoor dining, indoor tasting rooms, or indoor gyms and fitness centers.
YOU CAN HELP! YOUR BUSINESS CAN HELP!
- Schedule employees to be tested on a weekly basis. Ongoing, County-sponsored testing sites are available in several locations. Full list here. If you want to host a testing site at your business (they’re very safe) we can do that, too.
- Share information on pop-up testing sites with employees. Find the downloadable flyer here.
- Share information on testing incentives with employees. The County will offer gift cards of up to $30 per tested person to help offset costs such as lost wages or transportation. Residents who live in neighborhoods that are economically disadvantaged (including part of Healdsburg) can receive financial incentives to appropriately quarantine. Link to census tract map here.
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO SOCOEMERGENCY.ORG/EMERGENCY/NOVEL-CORONAVIRUS
PROTEGER NUESTRA SALUD Y AYUDAR A NUESTRA REGIÓN A SALIR DEL NIVEL PÚRPURA - Descargue el folleto AQUÍ.
Si damos prioridad a las pruebas, podemos hacer ambas cosas.
Las personas positivas para COVID-19 asintomáticas pueden propagar el virus, afectar la salud de los compañeros de trabajo y miembros de la familia y mantener al condado de Sonoma en el nivel de reapertura más restrictivo (el nivel púrpura). Si no podemos salir del Nivel Púrpura, no podremos tener comedor interior, salas de degustación interiores o gimnasios y centros de fitness interiores.
¡Puedes ayudar! ¡Tu negocio puede ayudarte!
- Programe que los empleados se sometan a pruebas semanalmente. Los sitios de prueba en curso patrocinados por el condado están disponibles en varios lugares. Lista completa aquí. Si desea alojar un sitio de prueba en su empresa (son muy seguros), también podemos hacerlo.
- Comparta información en sitios de prueba emergentes con los empleados. Encuentre el folleto descargable aquí.
- Comparta información sobre incentivos de prueba con los empleados. El condado ofrecerá tarjetas de regalo de hasta $ 30 por persona examinada para ayudar a compensar costos como la pérdida de salario o transporte. Los residentes que viven en vecindarios económicamente desfavorecidos (incluida parte de Healdsburg) pueden recibir incentivos económicos para la cuarentena adecuada. Enlace al mapa del distrito censal aquí.
PARA MAS INFORMACION IR A SOCOEMERGENCY.ORG/EMERGENCY/NOVEL-CORONAVIRUS
- Guidelines for Fabric Covered Tents and Canopies for Temporary Parklets and Other Outdoor Spaces
- Propane Use in Outdoor Areas during COVID
- Guide: Winterizing Outdoor Spaces
- SoCo Launch: Self-certification assessments, mitigation strategies, and best management plans by industry. - Sonoma County Economic Development Board and Department of Public Health
- Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, Schools, and Homes - CDC
- Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 - OSHA
- COVID-19 General Checklist for Dine-in Restaurants - Cal/OSHA
- Coronavirus Unemployment: How to Apply for Benefits If you Lose Your Job
- Business Safety Guidance Poster (from the Sonoma County EDB): Use this poster at the entrance of your business facility to encourage the public to self-check for COVID-19 symptoms and follow safety protocols before entering your facility.
- Economic Development Board of Sonoma County Resource Guide
- Local Employer Phone line, 707.565.4667 - County of Sonoma Department of Health Services
- Alcoholic Beverage Control 5th Notice of Regulatory Relief 5/20/2020
- Guidance by License Type tool for ABC Licensed Businesses
- California Association of Nonprofits Resources
- U.S. Chamber Coronavirus Resource Website
- Arts & Culture Sector Resources - Creative Sonoma
- Some Local Broadband providers are offering complimentary or discounted services, to help you stay connected during Coronavirus.
- Labor Commissioner FAQs
- California Rural Legal Assistance
- Employment Development Department State of California
- Disability Insurance Claim (EDD)
- Paid Family Leave Claim (EDD)
- Unemployment Insurance Claim (EDD)
- Partial Claims (EDD)
- Working Sharing Program (EDD)
- Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (EDD)
- OnwardCA.org - One-stop resource for the people of California impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employee Paid Leave RIGHTS
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employer Paid Leave REQUIREMENTS
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act POSTER
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act Notice FAQs
- Department of Homeland Security Relaxes Form I-9 Review Requirements
- Applications & Announcements
- SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan
- SBA announces Deferral of Existing Disaster Loan Payments
- Paycheck Protection Program Borrower Application Form - SBA
- Paycheck Protection Program Lender Search
- FEMA Disaster Assistance
- California Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program COVID-19
- CA State Tax Deadline Extended
- Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PAU) EDD
- Micro Loans to buy energy-saving appliances for your business
- Guide to SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loans- U.S. Chamber
- Guide to the Employee Retention Tax Credit- U.S. Chamber
- Paycheck Protection Program Information - SBA
- SBA Coronavirus Pandemic Disaster Loans Comparison - America's Small Business Development Center
- Napa-Sonoma Small Business Development Center Finical Questions Hotline: 833-ASK-SBDC, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Grants & Funds
- NEW: Business Stabilization Grant Program (Application window opens 9/28/2020; window closes 10/19/2020)
- Facebook Small Business Grants Program
- Sonoma Family Meal
- Corazón Healdsburg Unity & Community Disaster Relief
- Food & beverage Industry Relief Fund
- Restaurants Care - California Restaurant Association
- Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation
- Opportunity Fund Relief Fund
- Verizon Small Business Recovery Fund
- Hello Alice Emergency Grant
- Salesforce Care Small Business Grants
- Opportunity Finance Network + Google
- Additional actions you can take right now:
- Call your bank, review your debt, mortgages, etc. Many LOCAL institutions are doing up to 3 month deferrals.
- Contact your insurance agent, file a claim.
- Contact your medial insurance broker, figure out what you are going to do about employees if they’ve been laid off
The Healdsburg Recovery Task Force is an informal partnership between the City of Healdsburg and the Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce to help us all navigate through the COVID-19 crisis of 2020. Members are: Mayor Evelyn Mitchell, Council Member David Hagele, William Seppi (Costeaux Bakery), Alan Baker (Cartograph Wines), Dan Maraviglia (Passalacqua, Mazzoni, Gladden, Lopez & Maraviglia LLP), Jason Liles (Senator McGuire's office), Shelley Anderson (HUSD), and Dave Kiff (Healdsburg Interim City Manager). Tallia Hart of the Chamber and Dave Kiff of the City help write and revise this document. Nothing in these updates is a specific endorsement by the Chamber or the City of any action, financial path, or business practice.
For questions and to be notified about updates, email email@example.com.
- Healdsburg Small Business Sustainability Loan Program
- City of Healdsburg Coronavirus Webpage
- Utility Bill Discount for Low-Income Residents
- Sonoma County Emergency and Preparedness Information
- Board of Supervisors Approves Eviction Defense Ordinance
- La Junta de Supervisores aprueba la Ordenanza de Defensa de Desalojo
- Sonoma County Health Services Department Business Help
- State of California COVID-19 Resource Page
- Covered California- Medical Insurance Special Enrollment Period Due to COVID-19 Now Available
- Executive Order N-28-20, authorization for local jurisdictions to suspend evictions.
- Guidance by License Type tool for ABC Licensed Businesses
- Governor Newsom Signs Executive Order Providing Relief to California Small Businesses
- California, Oregon & Washington Announce Western States Pact
- Commissioner Lara Orders Insurance Companies to Refund Premiums to Drivers and Businesses Affected by the COVID-19 Emergency
- California’s Roadmap to Modify the Stay-at-Home Order
- Healdsburg Tourism Improvement District (HTID)
- "Best Practices as Related to COVID-19" - HTID/Bread & Butter PR
- Sonoma County Tourism
- Visit California
- U.S. Travel Association
- U.S. Travel Summary and Assessment of CARES Act
- National Restaurant Association
- Is it safe to fly again? Your coronavirus questions answered
- Healdsburg District Hospital COVID-19 Updates
- Healdsburg District Hospital Telehealth Program - Keep on top of your health by seeing your primary physician for routine check ups and non-emergency issues from the comfort of your own home. Schedule an appointment by calling (707) 433-3383.
County and State
- View latest Health Orders & Guidance HERE
- Staying Safe from Covid-19 During the Holidays
- Order of the Health Officer: Facial Coverings
- County of Sonoma Department of Health Services
- Sonoma County Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard
- California Department of Public Health
- A Guide about Guarding Mental Health during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Services Advisory Team
Healdsburg Community Services (HCS) know there are uncertain times ahead. Help them learn what services the community needs during COVID-19 to support you, your family, and your friends by volunteering for our community-based Services Advisory Team.
They envision the team meeting virtually either weekly or bi-weekly at a day and time that is yet to be determined. Meetings will last about an hour. For more information, please contact Recreation Manager, Dave Jahns, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-431-3152.
Support Our Community & First Responders!
Below we've collated resources for supporting our first responders and community during this challenging time.
- Healdsburg Education Foundation - Help our HUSD Staff + Families Get Back on Their Feet: Some of our HUSD family have lost their homes + everything they own. Let's chip in to help them during this harrowing time.
HealdsburgForever.org, your community foundation, provides support to non-profits serving Healdsburg/Geyserville. NOW more than ever, our resources must focus on new emerging needs from the fires. Help Us - Help our Healdsburg Community by donating. www.HealdsburgForever.org For more information, please reach out to Board Chair, Carol Beattie, at Carol.t.Beattie@gmail.com.
#Food2Firefighters - Join Kimberly Neal in raising money along with the Sunrise Rotary Club of Healdsburg for #Food2Firefighters. Support First Responders--and local businesses--by donating money to a fund that will be used to purchase food for first responders from local eating establishments. More info HERE.
- Unity & Community Fund - Corazón Healdsburg has re-opened their Unity and Community Fund for Fire Relief. They are providing hotel rooms, financial assistance, resource navigation and recovery case management for those who suffered loss during the fire. For more information please visit www.corazonhealdsburg.org/unityfund
- Sonoma County Grape Growers Foundation Fund - support our local farmworkers who may have been impacted through evacuations or loss of work due to the wildfires.
First Responders Resiliency, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization designed to decrease stress and enhance resiliency in first responders. Created For First Responders, by First Responders, we are dedicated to the psychological and physical well-being of those who are serving or have served in the industry.
Sonoma County Resilience Fund stands at the ready to support long-term recovery efforts. First established in 2017 to support recovery efforts from the North Bay Firestorm, our fund continues to be a source of long-term aid for Sonoma County.
UndocuFund for Disaster Relief in Sonoma County ensures that undocumented individuals and families displaced by the fires and impacted by disasters (like the coronavirus pandemic) have the support and resources necessary to recover and rebuild their lives in Sonoma County.*We know there are many more funds and organizations providing support to first responders and affected locals right now - please send your suggestions to email@example.com*
Community Funds and Resources
- Farm to Pantry
- bailouthbg.com - Help Our Healdsburg Service Workers
- Corazón Healdsburg
- United Way Healthcare, Food, and Financial Resources.
- Donate to the Redwood Empire Food Bank
- SingleThread Donation and Takeaway Meal Plan
- Costeaux crafts knead program. Baking to support our community.
- Feeding The Front & Support Our Restaurants Line Donations
- Sonoma Family Meal
- United Way
- Feed Sonoma
- How Dropbox can help teams in emergencies: Some information on using Dropbox to store important documents and the use of Paper to create plans; plan templates are available for anyone to use.
- Powered by Paper: A great overview of Paper; mentions the two emergency Paper templates"
- Free Internet For Students: 7 Providers Offering Support
- A Guide to Free Subscriptions During the Coronavirus Pandemic
- Wear a mask! Free poster
Please find below free upcoming virtual meetings and workshops. Registration required to access meetings and workshops.
Upcoming Meetings & Workshops
Recordings & Slide Presentations
- July 31: Chamber Panel - Emergency Preparedness
- June 26: Chamber Virtual Check In: Branding, Social Media, & PR in the age of COVID-19 with Lindsay Musco, Founder/Owner/Operator, Poppy & Vine
- June 19: Chamber Virtual Check In: Updates from the EDB with Sheba Person-Whitley, Executive Director at the Sonoma County Economic Development Board (EDB)
- June 9: Webinar: Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator with local graphic designer Robbie Geiss
- June 5: Chamber Virtual Check In: Updates from Sonoma Valley with Tim Zahner, Executive Director at Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau.
- May 29: Chamber Virtual Check In: Healdsburg Recovery Task Force Updates with Vice Mayor Evelyn Mitchell and Councilmember David Hagele.
- May 28: Webinar: PG&E Bankruptcy and Kincade Fire Recovery Funds with local attorney Matthew Welty
- May 22: Chamber Virtual Check In: Financial Resources for Businesses with John DeGaetano, Business Advisor at Napa-Sonoma SBDC.
- May 15: Chamber Virtual Check In: County Update with 4th District Supervisor James Gore
- May 8: Chamber Virtual Check In: Healdsburg Recovery Task Force Update with Dave Kiff, Interim Assistant City Manager
- May 7: Good Morning Healdsburg
- May 1:
- April 24: Chamber Virtual Check In: State Update with Jason Liles, Senior Advisor to Senator Mike McGuire
- April 17: Chamber Virtual Check In: Business Messaging Ideas with Matt Villano and Tina Serio
- April 14: COVID-19 Employment Law Overview Presentation (PDF.)
- April 10: Chamber Virtual Check In: City Update with David Mickaelian, City Manager
Healdsburg Zoom Virtual Backgrounds: Spice up your Zoom meetings with these Healdsburg backgrounds. Photos by Barbara Bourne.