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  • Welcome to the San Rafael Chamber!

    Become a member of the Chamber’s vibrant community of business collaborators. Together, we’ll help you grow, thrive and profit.

     

  • Thank You to Our Leaders Circle Sponsors:

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  • Re-opening guidelines for Marin County retail businesses Re-opening guidelines for Marin County retail businesses

    The County of Marin issued a new public health order today with guidance for retailers. Starting Monday, May 18, 2020, retailers will be able to reopen for curbside pick-up and delivery only.

    Each curbside Retailer must create, adopt, and implement a written COVID-19 Site-Specific Protection Plan that incorporates and addresses all applicable Public Health Order requirements.

    Templates and “Best Practices” are also available to help local businesses reopen and be compliant with the Marin County Shelter in Place Public Health Order. Reopening Guidelines Here

    Check marinrecovers.com frequently for new information. If you have questions or want to provide feedback about the reopening process, fill out this feedback form.

  • Great Plates delivered to seniors in Marin County Great Plates delivered to seniors in Marin County

    In partnership with the local community, the County of Marin plans to start participating in the State of California’s Great Plates Delivered Program, set up to support older adults who are sheltering in place, unable to access meals, and ineligible for other nutrition programs.

    Marin Great Plates, which would be free to recipients, also is a way to support local restaurants and other food providers who are struggling because of the economic downturn related to COVID-19.
    Starting at noon Tuesday, May 12, residents may call Whistlestop at 415-456-9073 to see if they qualify for the program. Local restaurants interested in participation may apply online and learn more about Great Plates. The County will select the first 50 that apply and meet the eligibility criteria.

     

  • Coronavirus Relief Resources for US Business Owners- Summary of Key Details in a Chart Form Coronavirus Relief Resources for US Business Owners- Summary of Key Details in a Chart Form

    View Full Summary of Eligibility, Loan Duration and Amount, Type of Allowable Use, Loan Forgiveness, Taxability and more.

    Click here to view easy to read chart

  • Upcoming Events
     

  • 2020 Census participation is critical for Marin
     
    The 2020 Census is just under one year away, and it will likely be the most difficult in recent history. Immigrant and low-income communities of color are the most at-risk of being undercounted by the census, leading to cuts in funding to critical services such as Medicare, Medicaid, and SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) in those areas as well as the possibility of the loss of representation in the U.S. House of Representatives.
     
    Chamber member and partner Canal Alliance has a lot of valuable information about Census 2020 on their website, read more here.

     

  • Welcome New Members!

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