Dear Morgan Hill Business Leaders:

Last week we issued a COVID19 Business Resources Newsletter, sharing the City’s Business Resources web page with the most relevant and up-to-date information for employers and employees and a  COVID-19 Impact Survey (please complete).

We also hosted the first virtual Business Resiliency Roundtable on Financial Resources with representatives from SBA, SBDC and Grow Morgan Hill Fund. For a recording of the webinar, please visit the Choose Morgan Hill website .

We will be hosting the second virtual Business Resiliency Roundtable on Tourism this Friday, April 17, 10:30 am to noon. P lease visit the Choose Morgan Hill website to register.

Businesses are encouraged to apply for both, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the  Emergency Injury Disaster Program . Both programs are available to non-profits and religious organizations. View the full PDF for a comparison of both programs.

A new program was created for businesses with up to 10,000 employees or revenues less than $2.5B. The Federal Reserve New Main Street Lending Program offers four-year loans with one-year payment deferrals for affected businesses that make “reasonable” efforts to maintain payroll and retain employees. Contact your lending institution for more information!

Facebook announced grants for businesses with two to 50 employees that have been in business for one year. For more information visit Facebook for Business .

Finally, Let’s give a shout out to companies that are supporting the COVID19 recovery!

Specialized Bicycles for shifting gears to fill the need on masks!
All Sensors for making sensors for hospital ventilators.
Lin Engineering is increasing motor production for ventilators
Paramit for continuing to innovate medical equipment solutions.

To these companies and to all that are working tirelessly to support our businesses, on behalf of the Economic Development team, thank you!


Edith Ramirez
Economic Development Director
City of Morgan Hill
Morgan Hill residents with urgent, non-emergency questions or concerns are directed to call or text 408-767-6404 .
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