As the COVID-19 crisis has continued to drag on, members of the Redding Chamber of Commerce have become more vocal in their frustration over the sluggish pace of progress in reopening all commerce in Shasta County.
• Protect vulnerable groups, including older adults and people with medical conditions
• Continue social distancing, including six feet between people, regular cleaning and sick people staying home
• Implementing data triggers, which are early warning signs that can be used to see when measures need to be reinstated or loosened as the outbreak has its ups and downs
We are proud to be partnering with the following organizations:
The California Endowment
Redding Electric Utility (REU)
SMART Business Resource Center
Shasta College – Economic & Workforce Development (EWD)
Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
This program has two phases:
Phase One: Improving Access to Funding for Local Businesses (Including the PPP Loans, EIDL Loans, and REU’s Economic Response Plan)
Phase Two: Long Term Employment/Workforce Solutions (Including Connecting Businesses with SMART Business Resource Center and Training Through Redding Chamber University in Partnership with the Shasta College Business Training Center.)
To view the program web page, please CLICK HERE.