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Member Information & Resources
The health and wellness of our community, members, and their businesses is a top priority of the Downtown Denver Partnership. In support of this effort we are collecting resources below businesses need to navigate the fallout of COVID-19. As soon as we learn something from our City, State or Medical partners we will post it below. This is part of our mission to keep you informed with the latest information that can help your business remain resilient.
Governor Polis Issues Stay-At-Home Order from 6:00 AM on March 26th-April 26th.
Guidance for Business
CDC Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
Colorado Dept. of Labor and Employment Information and Resources
CDC Business Pandemic Influenza Planning Checklist (PDF)
CDC Interim Guidance for Implementing Safety Practices for Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to COVID-19
Printable Resources for Business
Wash Your Hands Restaurant Poster
Economic Relief Efforts
Restaurant Relief Effort
Restaurant Workers Community Foundation
RWCF COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund
Entrepreneur Resource Support Call: Startup Space is hosting a daily facilitated peer-to-peer hotline to connect entrepreneurs with local-to-federal support during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. Bring your questions and thoughts to help strengthen our entrepreneurial community and build our Denver entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Please join us any or all Monday-Fridays at 11am Denver time via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/6535615400
Resources to Support the Arts during Coronavirus – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts
Resources to Guide a Sensitive Digital Strategy during Coronavirus – Choozle
Info on COVID-19 and Government Response
Denver Stay at Home Order
CO State Stay at Home Order (coming soon)
Support Those Experiencing Homelessness
View most current most critical needs.
Mile High United Way
Help Colorado’s Smaller Nonprofits
Support Colorado’s smaller nonprofits that may need assistance during this volatile time
Link to come
RWCF COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fuhttps://unitedwaydenver.org/give/nd
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
City of Denver Services
Property Tax & Rent Relief Program – for residents older than 65, people with a disability, or low-income residents
Temporary Rental & Utility Assistance (TRUA) – emergency rent and utility payments for those who qualify
Denver Human Services offers eviction and rental assistance
Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) – offering eligible residents help with a portion of their winter home heating bills
City of Denver health
Denver Office of Emergency Management
If you have any further questions, please contact the Downtown Denver Partnership at 303.534.6161 and we will direct you to the appropriate information.