The BID is here to help the members of the Golden Triangle community. If you have any questions about any of the programs, resources, or information listed below, please contact us.
- DC Business Toolkit (DSLBD)
- Start Small Think Big is providing a highly coordinated, free emergency response to help small businesses and nonprofit organizations survive the economic impact of COVID-19. This collaborative will provide remote legal and financial clinics and one-on-one sessions on the COVID-19 stimulus package and similar programs as well as COVID-19 related legal issues. For more information on how to receive assistance, click here.
- The Federal Small Business Administration is once again accepting applications for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) though they are no longer issuing loan advances. Applicants who already submitted their applications will continue to be processed on a first-come, first-served basis and will be notified on a rolling basis. For more info, check the SBA website.
- Applications are still being accepted for the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program until August 8th; more info here.
- For information about guaranteed paid sick leave, expanded paid childcare leave, and exemptions for small businesses, visit the Department of Labor website.
- To apply for unemployment assistance, visit www.does.dcnetworks.org.
- There are also lists of immediate cash relief funds for employees in various industries, such as:
- Restaurants in the Golden Triangle wishing to convert street parking to outdoor seating or temporary curbside pick-up/delivery zones should please contact us.
- We continue to promote neighborhood businesses and the special deals, online orders, or gift cards they are selling, through the BID’s social media, local news contacts, and website. Contact us to share your information!
Business Recovery Webinars:
- Coming Together Again: Planning to Return to the Workplace (Golden Triangle BID)
- Coronavirus: Business Continuity and HR Best Practices (Golden Triangle BID)
- Google is offering a webinar on the topic of managing your business remotely in times of uncertainty, along with a virtual learning kit containing a list of takeaways from the webinar, tips for small businesses from their national partners, and a handout on Google My Business. View a recording of the webinar hereand download the virtual learning kit here.
- For all updates about DC’s phased reopening, including the latest Mayor’s Orders and business requirements, visit coronavirus.dc.gov.
- For updates on WMATA’s COVID-19 response and recovery plan, visit www.wmata.com/service/covid19/