Juneau Business Resources

 

  Please note updates made the week of 8/2-8/9 are highlighted.
 

Informational Resources

     
     
 

FEDERAL

Financial Information & Breakdown Provided in the Financial Resources Section

 

FEMA NBEOC Opperations Dashboard
(3/31)

Active 24/7

Post questions for the private sector community and FEMA staff to respond.

   

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

On March 18, 2020, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law, marking the second major legislative initiative to address COVID-19 (the first was signed on March 6 and provided emergency funding relief for domestic and global efforts).

   

Overview of the CARES Act
(Uploaded 3/31)
 

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES)
Act allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep
workers employed amid the pandemic and economic
downturn. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program,
the initiative provides 100% federally guaranteed loans to
small businesses who maintain their payroll during
this emergency.

   

NOAA Fisheries Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
(Uploaded 5/11)

NOAA Fisheries is actively monitoring and adjusting to the COVID-19 national health crisis.

 
 

STATE

 

Governor's Disaster Declaration
(Uploaded 3/18)

    State of Alaska DHSS COVID-19 Website (Uploaded 3/18)
   

State of Alaska Health Mandates
 

   

Anchorage COVID-19 Resource

   

Alaska Economic Stabilization Team

6 Point Plan

(4/16)

   

Governor's Reopen Alaska Resposivly Plan

**Juneau Assembly reccomends that the businesses consider waiting until the 4/27 Assembly meeting to move foward with this recomendation**

(4/24)

   

ASBDC Information on "Commerce Secretary Announces Allocation of $300 Million in CARES Act Funding"
(Uploaded 5/11)

"From our friends at the United Fishermen of Alaska 5/7/20. Alaska is allocated for $50,000,000."

   

AK CARES Grant Open for Applications June 1, 2020
(6/1)

 

   

AK CARES Update to Qualifications

(7/15)

 

 
 

CBJ

Now accepting Volunteers and Requests for Assistance

Businesses or individuals can volunteer their services or request volunteer help.

   

Business Operation Updates

Listing of local businesses and their changes in response to the COVID-19 situation

   

Juneau COVID19 Resource
 

   

COVID-19 Dashboard
 

    Phase 2 of "Reopen Alaska Responsibly" reccomenations from CBJ

(5/11)

   

CBJ Housing Resources
(Automatic Download)

(6/10)

 
 

HEALTH

Johns Hopkins CSSE Interactive Map of COVID 19 Cases
(Uploaded 3/18)

 
 

SURVEY RESULTS

Alaska Chamber of Commerce Survey

(4/16)

   

Spruce Root/JEDC Survey Results

(4/16)

 

Preparing & Responding

 

BUSINESS

CDC Resources for Businesses and Employers
(Uploaded 3/18)
   

OHSA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19
(Uploaded 3/18)

   

“The Heart of Resilient Leadership Responding to COVID-19”
(Uploaded 3/18)

   

Businesses Considerations/Adaptations When Operating with the Public

   

Path Forward

Path Forward, a new program from the U.S. Chamber Foundation, is designed to help business and community leaders find the answers they need to develop a responsible reopening strategy.

(4/16)

 
 

HEALTH

CDC General COVID-19 Info
(Uploaded 3/18)
    Providence Hospital Online
Assessment Tool

(Uploaded 3/18)
     
 

Financial Resources

 

GRANTS

Hello Alice

Hello Alice is offering $10,000 grants being distributed immediately to small business owners impacted by coronavirus, as part of their broader mission to ensure Business for All.

(4/21)

   

Save Small Business Fund

U.S. Chamber of Commerce
The Save Small Business Fund is a grantmaking initiative offering short-term relief for small employers in the United States and its territories

U.S. Chamber of Commerce
 

   

The HartBeat of Amercia Grant Program

The HartBeat of Main Street Grant Program will fund solutions that help small business owners respond and adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, and also help to revitalize and strengthen older and historic downtown commercial districts. Grants of $5,000 to $15,000 will be awarded on a competitive and first-come, first-served basis.

(8/3)

 

Small Business Administration

Small Business Administration
Disaster Loan Application and Info
(Uploaded 3/18)

3/21
Alaska’s federal disaster declaration submitted by Governor Dunleavy has been approved by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

    CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program Info Sheet
(Uploaded 3/31)
Automatic PDF Download
   

Paycheck Protection Program Report: Second Round
(Uploaded 5/11)

   
   
 

Alaska Small Business Development Center



EIDL Loan Check List
(Uploaded 3/31)

    CARES Act Details for Small Business
(Uploaded 3/31)
Automatic PDF Download
 
 

Addl. Business Resources

CARES Act Details on Sec. 1102-1114

Sec.  1102:  Paycheck  Protection  Program through Sec. 1114: Emergency Rule Making Authority

(Uploaded 4/1)

   

3/31 JEDC CARES Act Informational Session

(Uploaded 4/1)

   

CARES Loan Calculator

(Uploaded 4/1)

   

US Chamber CARES Act Funding Explination

(Uploaded 4/1)

   

AIDEA Safety Program

AIDEA is providing a guarantee to Lenders in order to advance additional funds under that same loan agreement to make available an additional or second advance (the “Guaranteed Tranche”) through a second promissory note under the secured loan agreement with the borrower.

(4/16)

   

Corporate Aid Tracker

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has been tracking the contributions from businesses of all sizes and sectors that are helping combat the coronavirus. This tracker is updated daily, and we’d love to include your information.

(4/16)

   

Multiple Loan/Grant Listing

(4/21)

 
 

Department of Labor

Information and FAQ’s about Fair Labor and Family & Medical Leave Acts
(Uploaded 3/18)