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Jun 29
2020

Erica Dial

The Maple Valley Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce and the City of Maple Valley are coordinating a PPE (cloth and disposable masks and hand sanitizer) pick up next week on Tuesday, June 30th and Wednesday, July 1st. Businesses are encouraged to drive thru the parking lot of the Chamber office between 11:30am and 1:30pm on both days to received your FREE cloth and disposable masks along with a 14oz. bottle of hand sanitizer (amounts will be determined by number of employees). Watch the video to get all the details. These PPE items are being donated to community organizations and cities by King County. Read the press release to get all the information. read more

May 13
2020

Erica Dial

Reopening your business will require certain sanitation protocols are met. If you are looking for cleaning supplies/disinfectants and want to support local, contact CAF Outdoor Cleaning Products (located right here in MV). They have the following items available: Hand sanitizers, cleaners, disinfectants. www.mycaf.com/disinfect-resources Contact sales@mycaf.com or 888-737-0025 to order. read more

May 11
2020

Erica Dial

Just because we are quarantined doesn't mean we can't get together for our May Chamber unWINEd, on 5/14/20! Pop in to see your Chamber friends and let folks know how you are doing! Melissa Earl owner of Lumber House Brewery (where we were supposed to have met) will be on the call and will be giving us a tour of her tasting room. And...if you are interested - order some of their beer/wine/food to go and pick up before our 4pm call and enjoy during our time together! Go to Lumberhousebrew.com to order or BYOB (bring your own beverage). Topic: Chamber "UnWINEd" Virtual Networking Event Time: May 14, 2020 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87481777303?pwd=dFlQeHFGYWdyYnoyU3lnU3RUWW84Zz09 read more

May 08
2020

Erica Dial

Make sure to check the State Government's "What You Need To Know Safe Start" page out as we move through the phases of reopening. This phased approach may be adjusted as the pandemic evolves. You can view the COVID-19 Risk Assessment dashboard used by the governor and public health leaders to evaluate the risk associated with possible modifications to the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order. The governor's office will provide industry-specific guidance and safety criteria for businesses listed in each phase of the plan. Business activities are not authorized to open until a business is able to meet all safety criteria. Guidance documents will be added to the site as they become available. Businesses do NOT need to "Check in" with the any government agency before they open as long as they have fulfilled the reopening requirements. read more

May 07
2020

Erica Dial

Weeks after closing their stores due to the coronavirus outbreak, retailers are pleased that the Governor is taking steps to reopen retail with careful safety measures required. In cooperation with our members and public health authorities, Washington Retail has developed detailed procedures for stores to reopen safely for their customers and employees. We've also created a Retail to Go guide for retailers to reopen soon with limited curbside service. - Click on "Read Article" to learn more. read more


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