Important Information From This Week & Chamber News
January 22, 2021
Please find the Final Agenda for January 26, 2021. To view the complete agenda packet online, click here.

Click here for a complete list of Board of Supervisor Meeting Agenda and Minute packets, including past videos of Board meetings.
If you missed the January Lunch & Learn presented by H&R Block you can watch the recording below. With Tax Season already upon us you don’t want to miss this Lunch & Learn. 
California Finance Director Keely Martin Bosler explains details of the Governor’s budget proposal for 2021 at a California Chamber of Commerce webinar on Tuesday, January 12, 2021.
Financial Assistance
The Small Business Assistance Grant Program is intended to assist businesses with up to 100 full-time employees.
The maximum grant is limited to $25,000.
As of January 11, 2021, the County has received an estimated 2,040 Family COVID Assistance applications. The total cost of funding all applications received to date would be approximately $10.2 million, which is double the available funding. Once the original $5 million has been granted to those who qualify on a first come, first served basis, the County will hold the remaining applications pending additional funding.
Support Local Restaurants!
Stockton Restaurant Week runs through
Sunday, January 24, 2021!

For more information, to see the menu's and get the new mobile Dine Pass visit
Stockton Healthy Pledge

Take the Pledge and join the over
200 businesses that have!
Look for the Seal!
The Stockton Healthy Pledge is a voluntary program for Stockton businesses to commit to clean and healthy standards for their guests and employees to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

To see what businesses have taken the pledge and learn more visit
The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce is a proud member of the
San Joaquin County COVID-19
Data Dashboard
(Updated 1/22/21 at 9:39 am PT)

Click on the image below for the full interactive dashboard
COVID-19 Hospitalizations

(January 21, 2021) - Hospitals in San Joaquin County report having 312 COVID positive patients admitted for care. Demand for intensive care services remains near record high with adult intensive care units (ICU) operating at 149% of licensed bed capacity. San Joaquin County hospitals report 11 patient deaths due to COVID in the past 24 hours.  

For more information on all the testing sites visit:

Or Dial 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898211
for test sites information.
Statewide Region ICU Numbers:
(as of 1/21/21)
San Joaquin Valley Region: 0.0% ICU Availability
Greater Sacramento: 9.0% ICU Availability
Bay Area: 6.6% ICU Availability
Northern California: 28.5% ICU Availability
Southern California: 0.0% ICU Availability
There is still time to participate in the
Small Business Resiliency & Recovery Program!

Fill out the survey and let us help you!
For information on sending an email to the members of our Community please contact Timm Quinn: 209-292-8423 or