Emergency Business Assistance

The Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade launched a webpage for that has information about COVID-19 business and non-profit financial assistance and resources. It's a one-stop location for nearly everything Colorado business owners want to know about state assistance programs, current guidelines and all-things business support. 

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) website has information about low-interest federal disaster loans to small businesses in designated areas suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus. 

Regional Economic Developers Respond to Coronavirus

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, chamber of commerce professionals and economic developers from across the Northern Colorado region have come together to launch a single source of up-to-date information to support its business community. The site is https://nocorecovers.com/

The one-stop-shop website has the most recent information on resources available to support businesses impacted by the COthumbnail_NocoRecovers_Logo_RGBVID-19 pandemic. The site contains guidance on accessing programs made available through the CARES Act and a filterable database of resources for businesses. It also features current regulatory information.

The State Office of Economic Development launched a COVID-19 response page. This is a great reference for business resources and updates.


Liquor License Temporary Expansion

The State of Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division (LED) has released Emergency Regulation 47-302(F) which will allow liquor license holders with on-premise licenses, such as hotels, restaurants and bars, to apply for a temporary modification of the premise to allow for outdoor seating that supports social distancing.  For more detailed information regarding the LED, visit the Colorado Department of Revenue Enforcement Division.  

Please note, applications will need to have a letter of support from someone other than the licensee included with the application. Also, the licensee will be required to post notice of the public hearing. This notice will be printed by the Town of Windsor after the application is received and will need to be posted by the licensee no less than 5 days prior to the Liquor Licensing Authority meetings. The Town of Windsor will work with the licensee to arrange delivery or pick-up of the notice.