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Clackamas County is offering another $600,000 in grants to businesses located in Clackamas County that have been adversely affected by economic conditions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.These grants, provided in partnership with Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon (MESO), will be for a maximum of $7,500.Application Opens: Friday, June 18 at 8:00 AMApplication Closes: Wednesday, June 23 at 5:00 PMIn order to be eligible, a business must meet the following criteria: Be headquartered in Clackamas County and have its principal operations in Clackamas County.If required by Oregon law to be registered with the Oregon Secretary of State to do business in Oregon, is so registered.Is either for-profit or an entity tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.During the Performance Period, incurred necessary expenditures due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, including those necessary expenditures incurred in response to Grantee’s return to an “Extreme Risk” level effective as of April 30, 2021.Any business-related operating expenses, not covered by previous grant/assistance dollars, are eligible for grant funding, including but not limited to payroll, rent/mortgage, utilities, perishable inventory losses due to required closures, payments to suppliers, costs associated with reopening, PPE and cleaning supplies.Businesses that received a grant in an earlier phase of this program may receive another grant as long as they can demonstrate additional need.Applications will be available online at mesopdx.org/grants, and will be accepted through Wednesday, June 23rd at 5pm. All completed applications received by the deadline will be considered. Clackamas County encourages applications from minority-owned, woman-owned, and veteran-owned businesses and childcare providers, as well as sole proprietorships.The county, MESO, and a grant review committee will work to ensure equitable distribution among all applicants. The County is committed to ensuring fair, equitable, and careful distribution of grant awards to local businesses.For more information, contact Economic Development in the Clackamas County Business and Community Services Department at 503-742-4BIZ or 4biz@clackamas.us.For questions about the application or for assistance contact: hospitality2021@mesopdx.org. ... See MoreSee Less
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"Best Business Practices Workshop: Awareness of the Impacts of Micro-Aggresions in the Workplace" Speaker Bill de la Cruz will lead this webinar for the Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce this Thursday, June 17 at 3:30 PM. Complete required registration for the free workshop at: lakeoswegochamber.comIn partnership with the West Linn Chamber of Commerce and Pamplin Media. ... See MoreSee Less
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Great news!NEWS RELEASE - JUNE 12, 2021**Clackamas County Approved to Move to Lower Risk Level**County achieved 65% adult vaccination rate, submitted equity plan (Salem, OR) — Governor Kate Brown announced today that, effective immediately, Clackamas County has been approved to move to the Lower Risk level under the state's public health framework to reduce transmission and protect Oregonians from COVID-19.The county today achieved a 65% first dose vaccination rate for adults and has submitted an equity plan to the state. When county movements for this week were announced on June 8, the county was just short of reaching that 65% goal. The county made a concerted push to reach 65% since then. Clackamas County’s public health nurses administered over 1,000 vaccines to homebound residents and worked with all 10 school districts in the county to bring the vaccine directly to those schools for students and families.“I would like to thank everyone in Clackamas County who worked so hard to make this possible,” said Governor Brown. “This truly was a community-wide effort. And thank you to everyone who has gotten vaccinated––you are protecting yourself, your loved ones, and your community from COVID-19. Now, let’s keep working so we can reach 70% statewide––if you’ve been waiting to get vaccinated, now is the time. It’s free, there are available appointments across the state, and you just might win $1 million.”On May 11, Governor Brown announced that counties that vaccinate at least 65% of their adult residents with at least one dose and submit documentation on how they will close equity gaps in their vaccination efforts are eligible to move to the Lower Risk level. A county vaccination data dashboard is available on OHA's website (public.tableau.com/app/profile/oregon.health.authority.covid.19/viz/OregonVaccineMetricsGovernors...). Please note that the dashboard displays state vaccine allocations only, and does not track federally administered vaccine doses. Complete equity plans are available here (govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19#collapseCountyEquityPlan).Weekly County MovementsAs case rates continue to decline, county risk level changes will be announced every week. Counties can move to lower risk levels based either on vaccination rates and the submission of an equity plan, or declining case rates and positivity rates. The next risk level changes will be announced on Tuesday, June 15, to take effect on Friday, June 18.When Oregon achieves the first dose 70% statewide vaccination rate for residents 18 or older, Oregon will lift all risk level health and safety restrictions. Some restrictions based on CDC guidance for use of masks and physical distancing may remain in place. ... See MoreSee Less
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