Reopening Assistance and Resource

Ready to Reopen

Many different organizations and entities are working together on putting resources and information to help companies and businesses to stay afloat, keep their workers, and support their families.

Ready to Reopen: A Playbook for Your Small Business  Ι U.S.Chamber of Commerce Ι A guide to helping businesses of all types and in all regions navigate the complex process of reopening and evolving post-coronavirus pandemic.

Prepare to Reopen Ι Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Ι Is a document that recommend businesses to develop a plan and offer a tips that can be applied for reopening.

To reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19,  when employers are making (re)opening decisions during the pandemic, they need to have certain health and safety recommendations in place. Cleaning and disinfection, face coverings and gloves are all important part of reopening business operations, as well as social distancing measures, including implementation of certain technology advancements and IT tools (like touches POS systems, etc.) in day-to-day business operations.

Nevada SBDC developed list of vendors in Nevada and other resources offering these items (gloves, face masks, sanitizers, IT equipment, etc.):

⇒  Re-opening Procurement List for Nevada Small Businesses  ⇐  



The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic relief package provided dozens of temporary federal funding sources for Nevada workers, families, businesses, and communities during the coronavirus pandemic. This critical funding has been used to support state, tribal and local governments, small businesses, non-profit organizations, working families, and individual Nevada taxpayers.

Federal funding has been distributed throughout Nevada from the CARES Act to address public health needs and to fund state and local government programs for children, families, seniors, law enforcement and health care providers. To get detailed info on Nevada's CARES Act Funding allocations go to: