Governor Newsom released information regarding the current stay-at-home order, confirming that there is not a precise timeline for modifying the order and that the State would look at six key indicators to serve as the framework for making that decision.

He also noted that the increased preparedness of our health care delivery system, stay at home order, and the effects of other COVID-19 interventions have yielded positive results in flattening the curve. However, these actions have also impacted the economy, poverty and overall health care in California. Any consideration of modifying the stay-at-home order will be done using a gradual, science-based and data-driven framework, and public places will look different as California continues to make modifications for the safety of our residents.

To read the full press release and view the six key indicators for possible stay-at-home modification, please click the link below.
Our local businesses are an integral part of the fabric that makes up our community, and many of them have been impacted by COVID-19. While we’re staying home and practicing social distancing, let’s not forget to do our part to help our favorite businesses stay afloat during this time. Go ahead - order from your favorite takeout spot, treat yourself using no-contact delivery, and keep your social distance while shopping for essential needs. Click the link below for a list of open businesses. We’re all in this together!
The SBA Funds Nearly $300B For Paycheck Protection
While small businesses continue to feel the effects of COVID-19, the SBA and Treasury Department have rolled out programs to aid qualifying businesses at this time. Nearly $300B in forgivable loans have been approved as part of the Paycheck Protection Program. This program and other relief options have been made available to help businesses keep their workers and maintain steady operations in order to keep their businesses afloat. For additional information and resources please click link below.
New Initiatives Announced to Aid California Workers

In an effort to support California workers who have been impacted by COVID-19, Governor Newsom has announced a new initiative to expand call center hours at the Employment Development Department (EDD) to better assist Californians with unemployment insurance applications. The EDD will also implement a one-stop shop for those applying for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, including the self-employed and independent contractors.
For more information regarding EDD resources, including unemployment insurance for general employees and pandemic unemployment assistance for business owners, self-employed and independent contractors, please visit .

For resources available to those who have been impacted by job loss due to COVID-19, please visit .

For additional State and local resources available to employees, workers and seniors, please visit .
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