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COVID-19 Business Resources and Support

Dear Westminster Business Community,

Our Economic Development team is looking ahead toward economic recovery efforts, and are focused on providing you with resources and programs to that end. We are “open”  (working remotely) and here to serve you.

Business Reopening Playbook

We have gathered tools and resources to help make your reopening process smoother and with less questions. Please review all of the resources below, including the Business Checklist, Best Practices for ALL Businesses, Best Practices for Worksites, Employees, and Customers, as well as FAQs.

No business should reopen before safety measures are in place. Facial coverings and remote work are strongly encouraged. Businesses need to take the appropriate steps to prevent further spread. For more information, please visit the public health websites for your specific counties:

Jefferson County

Adams County

For industry specific guidance, please visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)’s Safer- at Home webpage:

CDPHE

Business Resources

WestyRISE Business Grant

Learn more

WestyRISE Initiative

Learn more

Local banks accepting PPP applications

View list

WestyRISE Business Blog

Read Blog

COVID-19 Small Business Alternative Funding

Check out funding options

COVID-19 Small Business Response Guide

Download Guide

Upcoming Business Support Events

See Events

COVID-19 Recovery Video

View Video

COVID-19 Business Tool Kit

Recent News

City restaurants to reopen May 27 for dine-in service, with guidelines

Beginning Wednesday, May 27, the city will be working with local restaurants to facilitate their reopening, in accordance with updated guidelines from the state and county health departments.

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5/27/20
City to provide face coverings to local businesses

As Westminster businesses work to reopen, we strive to foster the economic health of our city while prioritizing the health and safety of staff and customers

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5/19/20
City requires face coverings in local businesses

Face coverings also required in Westminster when social distancing not possible

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5/13/20