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New Website Created for SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Applications

The SBA has created a new website to receive EIDL applications. Apply here.

The new website has additional capacity to accommodate additional online traffic, but the SBA recommends that online applications be submitted during the non-peak hours of 7 p.m. - 7 a.m.

The SBA has also created a flier with all of the required forms and information to help you prepare your application in advance of submitting online at the link above. SBA recommends online applications, but they are also accepting applications via mail or e-mail. The flier includes mail and email information for applicants. Download the flier here in the Small Businesses drop-down menu.

If you have any questions about your application, the SBA customer service number is 1-800-659-2955 or (TTY) (800) 877-8339.

Governor Polis Issues Statewide Stay-At-Home Order

A Stay-At-Home Public Health Order has been issued for all of Colorado by Governor Polis, effective through April 11, 2020. Exemptions exist for essential businesses. Click here to view the order and a detailed list of exempted businesses.

Tri-County Health Department has officially been rescinded its order made on March 25 and is supporting the State of Colorado's Stay-At-Home Order.

For more information, and to review a list of frequently asked questions, please visit covid19.colorado.gov.

People Filing for Unemployment Asked to Do So on Designated Days

To support the significant number of individuals seeking to file unemployment claims online, the State of Colorado has asked people to file on certain days based on their last names.

• If your last name begins with A through M, you may file on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday or after noon on Saturday.

• If your last name begins with N through Z, you may file on Monday, Wednesday, Friday or before noon on Saturday.

You will need your Social Security number, valid ID and employer information, including hours worked and rate of pay. File online.

Think Local: City Builds List of Restaurants and Bars That Remain Open for Business

Many restaurants and bars have closed to the public to help stop the spread of COVID-19, but some are still up and running for services other than dining in. The City of Centennial supports our eating establishments in their efforts to provide delivery, walk-up, carry out, drive-through, or drive-up service. We are encouraging Centennial residents to see which restaurants and bars are still open by visiting the City’s Think Local web page: centennialco.gov/thinklocal. If you own or represent a restaurant, add it to our list by filling out this form.

General Business Resources

Aurora - South Metro Small Business Development Center | Business Licensing & Registration | Arapahoe/Douglas WORKS! | Arapahoe Libraries Business Support Services

WANT TO KNOW MORE? Contact Centennial's Economic Development Division

Neil Marciniak, Economic Development Director | 303-754-3351 | nmarciniak@centennialco.gov

Stewart Meek, Economic Development Specialist | 303-754-3410 | smeek@centennialco.gov

City of Centennial, 13133 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, CO 80112 | 303-325-8000

www.centennialco.gov