Snohomish County Office of Economic Recovery and Resiliency

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Snohomish County Business Recovery 2020
Dave Somers

Snohomish County will recover, and we will be stronger than ever.

COVID-19 has hit our community hard. In addition to the direct medical effects, it is having a heavy impact on our businesses, their employees, and our entire economy. While we remain focused on keeping our community healthy and safe, we are also working to provide assistance to our business community and their employees. Snohomish County is setting up tools to ensure the voices of our business community are heard regionally and nationally. We want to support our businesses and help them through this crisis, including facilitating access to state and federal emergency programs. Together, we will get through this.”

~Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers

Snohomish County’s Office of Economic Recovery and Resiliency:
The Office of Economic Recovery and Resiliency will work with local and regional partners to stabilize our economy, plan for economic recovery, build resiliency for our local employers and workforce.

Snohomish County is now in Phase 2



The State has issued a template to be used by any businesses allowed to re-open under Phase 3 that have not already received industry guidance. The template will walk businesses through best practices for sanitation, social distancing, PPE, scheduling, serving customers, and more, allowing them to meet health and safety requirements by taking an approach that works best for their operations. Templates need to be completed and kept on-site, but do not need to be submitted to the State for review. Importantly, industry-specific guidance remains in effect. You can read more here and access the Phase 3 template here.
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  1. New Emergency Grants Available to Small Businesses in Snohomish County

    Economic Alliance Snohomish County (EASC) will be accepting applications for emergency grants up to $10,000 each, intended to cover a variety of expenses associated with the impact of COVID-19. For-profit businesses located in Snohomish County... Read on...
  2. Snohomish County Announces Aerospace Grant Awards for Workforce Training

    Snohomish County announced grant awards for Aerospace Employment Recovery & Training Program. This grant program is part of the countys plan to use federal CARES Act resources to support those businesses & their employees impacted by COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  3. Inslee releases updated reopening guidance

    Gov. Jay Inslee today released an additional guidance document following last week's announcement of guidance updates in Washington's Safe Start phased reopening plan following the extension of the proclamation. The memo outlines the updates..., Read on...
  4. Snohomish County Announces Second Round of Small Business Grant Awards

    Today, Snohomish County announced grant awards for the second round of the Relief Recovery and Resiliency (R3) grant program. The R3 grant program is part of the county’s plan to use federal CARES Act resources to support ... Read on...
  5. Snohomish County Aerospace Grant for Workforce Training

    In recognition of the profound impact COVID-19 has had on the aerospace industry and its workforce, Snohomish County today launched a grant program for customized, short-term training, the Aerospace Employment Recovery & Training Program ... Read on...
  6. Snohomish County Task Force Releases Report to Advance Economic Recovery from COVID-19

    – Today, Snohomish County’s “Blue Ribbon” Economic and Workforce Recovery Task Force, formed by County Executive Dave Somers in late-April, released its first report with recommendations to advance the County’s recovery from COVID-19. Read on...
  7. Health District Relying on Employers to Play a Critical Role in COVID-19 Response

    As new COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Snohomish County, the Snohomish Health District encourages all employers to review local and state requirements for re-opening. Read on...
  8. Snohomish County Announces Grant Awards

    Today, Snohomish County announced grant awards for the Relief, Recovery and Resiliency (R3) and the First in Flight (F3) grant programs. These grant programs are part of the county’s plan to use federal CARES Act... Read on...
  9. Snohomish County Provides Second Round of Small Business Relief Grants

    Today, Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers announced the second round of the Small Business Relief, Recovery, and Resiliency (R3) Grant Program. This grant program is a key part ... to help businesses impacted by the pandemic... Read on...
  10. Phase 3 Business Reopening

    COVID-19 Reopening Guidance for Businesses and Workers Read on...
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Snohomish County Business Information Call Center: 425-388-3800
Email: SnohomishCountyRecovers@snoco.org