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With great weather anytime is the best time to get away and unwind. Gorgeous landscapes surround this area and provide plenty of fun for all ages.
As of now our office will be closed to the public until Monday, May 4th and all
Chamber events have been postponed and will be rescheduled after Monday, May 4th.
If you need assistance we will be conducting business as usual
and you may call our office at (928) 753-6253.
For the latest updates and information please visit the Arizona Department of Health Services Coronavirus Workplace & Community Page (click here).
On Monday, May 4th, 2020 Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced the following modifications to the previous "Stay at Home" order:
- Monday May 4th, non-essential retail can be open for curbside and pick up. Friday May 8th, retail can be open for business with limited occupancy. Find the retail guidance Here
- Friday May 8th, licensed Title 32 salon and cosmetology businesses can open. You can find that guidance here. All openings are voluntary.
- Monday May 11th, dine-in establishments can operate. Dine-in guidance can be found here. As the Governor mentioned, it is not about the license type but about dining in. If you can dine there, and follow the issued guidance, they are included for May 11th. Again, all openings are voluntary.
- Our executive orders related to these items can be found here. They are the "Return Stronger -- Amending the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Stay Connected Order," and the "Building on COVID-19 Success" order.
- We issued another EO today regarding reporting by nursing care institutions and residential care institutions related to COVID 19. Read that here.
- The Governor's powerpoint will be posted here later.
- AZDHS Guidance can be found here.
On Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced the formation of the "Arizona Together" initiative to support Arizonans during the COVID-19 outbreak, connecting individuals and businesses to resources, raising money for community organizations and providing information on volunteer opportunities. To learn more, please visit ArizonaTogether.org and read more from the Governor's official press release here: https://azgovernor.gov/governor/news/2020/03/governor-ducey-announces-arizona-together-initiative-linking-arizonans.
For the most up-to-date information from the Governor's office please review the Arizona Governor's Executive Orders page.
As of March 25th, 2020 there were two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Mohave County, Arizona. This triggers Governor Ducey's Executive Order mandating the closing of all bars, theaters, and indoor gyms and movie clubs. Furthermore, all restaurants must immediately cease on-site dining but may continue to offer pick-up, delivery, and drive-thru services.
For Business Owners
Please review the Arizona Department of Health Services' COVID-19 Response Guidelines.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low-interest Emergency Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Our checklist provides information about the Emergency Injury Disaster Assistance Loans. This checklist includes:
· Loan Qualifications
· Loan Details
· Basic Forms Required
· Additional documentation required
If you are a local, small business that has been impacted by COVID-19, we urge you to reach out to our local chapter of the Small Business Development Council (SBDC) at Mohave Community College (MCC) for assistance and counseling with applying for your EIDL. Their offices are open and they are here to help you through this tough time. Please reach out to the MCC branch of the SBDC to ask questions or request counseling by visiting their website at: https://www.mohave.edu/about/sbdc/
UPDATE 04/01/2020: Today the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) presented a webinar titled "Ensuring Business Continuity". A recording of the webinar should be available soon from the ACA's website or you can download this PDF covering key points of the webinar including CARE ACT emergency loans to small and medium businesses and more. If you believe that your business could benefit from a loan under the CARE ACT the Arizona chapter of America's Small Business Development Council (SBDC) is hosting a webinar Friday, April 3rd, 2020 covering the loan application process. You can sign up for this webinar here.
Mohave County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Hotline - Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm - CALL: 1-928-753-8665
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Mohave County Public Heath will be suspending all adult immunization and childhood immunization clinics through April 3rd.
The following list was taken from the City of Kingman, Arizona COVID-19 News & Information Page (retrieved on: 2020-03-25), please check there for the latest information. This link also contains useful information about City services, school closures, and more.
Find Yourself in Kingman
Located at the crossroads of the Southwest, Kingman sits at the intersection of Interstates 40 and 93 and is a blend of rural, small-town charm mixed with a rich history. Kingman is just a drive away from major cities (Phoenix to Los Angeles) and attractions such as the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, and more. This location also provides excellent distribution access points for local manufacturers and logistics companies.
Kingman’s climate is a draw to those seeking a warmer, but moderate climate and provides for a variety of year-round activities such as hiking, biking, and water sports on the Colorado River. In the nearby Hualapai Mountains, outdoor adventurists can find even more challenging and invigorating activities. It’s easy to lose yourself in the majestic mountain views and buttes that surround Kingman.