- Cottonwood Heights COVID-19 information
- Cottenwood Heights Business Licensing
- Cottonwood Heights restaurants open during COVID-19
- “Tip Your Server” Fundraiser: Donate to Salt Lake City food and beverage workers displaced by the coronavirus. More than $170,000 has already been raised. Establishments can select up to 5 employees to nominate for $500 grants.
The City announced a new partnership in August 2020 with South Valley Chamber and Draper Journal to publish a monthly glossy insert in the Draper Journal promoting and highlighting local business reaching 15,000 residents. Business features, spotlight and directory advertising fees have all been covered by Draper City.
This will extend for a six-month period. For more information in participating, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- City Council adopted Ordinance 1430, allowing businesses to obtain temporary permits for extending the post of signs and waiving signage fees for those who file between March 20-September 19.
- Sign up for weekly information alerts by emailing email@example.com.
- All other COVID-19 updates
Other COVID Efforts
Herriman business signage regulations for temporary sign permits are suspended to allow businesses to communicate they are open during the COVID-19 outbreak. Temporary signs must be placed on private property and may not create an unsafe condition or public nuisance.
Building inspections will continue to be conducted. All business can be conducted by phone or online, (801) 446-5327. Meetings with the Planning Department and all other departments will be held electronically. Contact the respective departments to request virtual meetings.
- Information for small businesses.
- Business Licenses Renewals have been delayed for 90 days, beginning March 16. Email any other questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In order to help Holladay businesses, the city added an addendum to their emergency proclamation to suspend portions on the city’s sign ordinance.
- Resources for Midvale businesses
- Restrictions lifted on temporary sign ordinance for businesses to advertise adjustments to their services
- Declared March 13, and ongoing for 30 days, the city announced a local emergency during which commercial and residential water service will not be disconnected for non-payment.
- The City launched a "Keep Calm and Carry Out" social media campaign for restaurants.
Small Retail Business Promotion Grant
- Have a current Millcreek Business License as of January 31, 2020
- Demonstrate a business interruption caused by required closures due to the COVID-19 public health emergency totaling at least $5,000 of reduced retail revenue
- RECEIVE: Up to $5,000 in reimbursement for business advertising
- May include social media and digital promotions; direct mail; coupons; advertising space in print or online newspapers, magazines, or websites; radio; television; outdoor billboards or signage; flyers, doorhangers, and other printed materials; logoed T-shirts, hats, or merchandise; event sponsorships; or other legitimate marketing outreach to encourage increased sales and/or brand awareness. Cannot include consulting, payroll, or agency fees.
Apply to Millcreek between August 1 - August 31, 2020 HERE
Other COVID Efforts
- The city is waiving its sign ordinance to allow A-framed signs, balloons and banners.
- The Millcreek Business Council is asking businesses in the city to take the Millcreek COVID-19 Business Impact Survey.
- Businesses with license renewal in February, March, or April are allowed to pay up to 90 days late without late fee.
- "Millcreek is Open" weekly e-newsletter highlights local businesses still operating during COVID-19. Email email@example.com to get your business information on the list.
- Beginning March 19, Riverton issued a directive to lift restrictions on permitted signs. For the following 60 days, the city allows temporary freestanding and wall-mounted banner signs to be installed without a sign permit. Questions surrounding temporary signage can be directed to the Riverton City Planning Department at 801-208-3138 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fill out a business survey from South Valley Chamber.
- Other Riverton COVID-19 Business Resources
- List of local restaurants
Salt Lake City
- Sandy City is allowing a 90-day extension on business license renewal fees. Businesses needing an extension on business license renewals are encouraged to call the business license department at (801) 568-7252.
- Businesses needing to advertise changes in services or hours are able to use A-frames, banners, balloons, etc in park strips during this time.
- Those needing assistance with utility billing should call (801) 568-7110.
- If you have any questions, contact Brian Preece, Director of City Commerce, at email@example.com.
South Salt Lake
- If you are unable to pay bills due to employment being impacted by COVID-19, please contact Utility Billing at (801) 483-6074 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss alternative options.
- South Salt Lake COVID-19 Resources
- Business Coronavirus Information Handout
- Letter from the Taylorsville Mayor
- Taylorsville City Surviving the Coronavirus -- Tips For Businesses
West Valley City
- As of March 17, West Valley City will no longer receive building permit applications in person; applications must be submitted online through the West Vally City Building Inspections website.
- For questions regarding West Valley City business concerns email email@example.com. Businesses can also visit West Valley City's COVID-19 relief page