What is the COVID-19 Business Resource Hub?

The COVID-19 Business Resource Hub is a collaborative effort by the Angelo State University Small Business Development Center, the City of San Angelo Development Corporation, the Concho Valley Workforce Development Board, the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce, the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitors Bureau, the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Division, and Tom Green County.

Business as we know it is changing rapidly in the wake of COVID-19 and we want to help maintain not only the health of our community, but strengthen our economy and business community as well. Our top priority is your business and what we can do to help during this difficult time. Listed below are steps for businesses to take to prepare for COVID-19’s impact on them, as well as additional resources to mitigate disruptions caused by this global health crisis.

This page is actively updated as resources become available.

Agricultural & Food Policy Center at Texas A&M University
Apply for an SBA EID Loan
File An Unemployment Claim to the Texas Workforce Commission
IRS Coronavirus Tax Relief
Job Openings in San Angelo
NFIB’s Guide to Coronavirus
OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19
Overview of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)
Paycheck Protection Program
San Angelo Area Foundation COVID-19 Community Response Fund
Texas Association of Business
Texas Comptroller
Texas Department of Agriculture COVID-19 Guide
Texas Restaurant Association Relief Fund
Texas Workforce Commission
Treasury and IRS Guidelines for Deferring Payments During COVID-19
U.S. Chamber’s Reopening Business Digital Resources Center
U.S. Chamber’s Guide to the Employee Retention Tax Credit
U.S. Chamber’s Guide to the SBA EID Loans
U.S. Small Business Administration

Step-By-Step Guide for Business During COVID-19

If you feel like you’re going to need assistance to get through this rough patch, consider the following:

BEFORE you decide to close, lay-off, or shut down (either permanently or temporarily) consider the following: