We have compiled links of Take-out, Delivery and Curbside Options for Restaurants, Bars & Breweries in Colorado Springs and the surrounding area. Please 'Comment' with additional info that you would like added to this post.
Restaurants, Bars & Breweries
Old Colorado City:
* Old Colorado City's Take-Out, Delivery and Curbside
* Support the Springs - Take-Out
* Pueblo Food Resource
Take-Out Food Orders
Take-Out and Curbside Restaurants
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With the recent State of Emergency declaration to combat COVID-19’s spread in Colorado, we are dedicating our outreach to support the health, safety and economic prosperity of small businesses across the State. The State of Emergency declaration is an important step to access key resources to protect Coloradans and our economy.
Our commitment is to share the most timely information, processes and resources available.
The first phase of the State’s response must be containment and that includes information sharing, preventative actions and resources to help.
What you should know:
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is leading the State’s multi-agency crisis response. We encourage you and all of your partners to stay informed with reliable, up-to-date information through CDPHE’s website: colorado.gov/cdphe/2019-novel-coronavirus and the Center for Disease Control .
Additional sources of information:
To limit virus transmission, meetings should be conducted via telephone or video conferences whenever possible.
Telecommuting: Where viable, the role of telecommuting should be discussed as a tool to maintain business continuity.
To best protect public health, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment is recommending that Coloradans follow the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance released today (March 16, 2020). The guidance states that the CDC “recommends that for the next eight weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States.
SBA Disaster Assistance in Response to the Coronavirus:
Please note that although there is a “How To Apply” button on the SBA link, it may not be activated yet for this situation, because the disaster declaration process isn’t completed yet. Again, we will communicate better information when available.
From our experience with the 2013 Northern Colorado flood, we do recommend you gather key financial documents, if you think you might need to apply for a loan:
· Last three years of federal tax returns for your business.
· Last three years of personal federal tax returns.
· A Personal Financial Statement.
· Articles of Incorporation.
· A Business Plan with Financial Projections might be helpful, but probably not required.
We are here to support our local businesses and entrepreneurs during these very challenging times. We will do our best to communicate useful business resources, and provide support, to mitigate the impacts of this health situation.
SBDC Centers Operation:
As there continues to be new restrictions and recommendations on travel, conferences, work from home policies, and social distancing in order to minimize the spread of the virus, we at the SBDC will continue to embrace these recommendations to help keep our clients, staff, and community healthy. As such, many face to face client meetings may be moved to a phone call or video chat, and trainings will move to online webinar formats.
The Colorado SBDC has compiled the appropriate resources for your business on our Disaster Preparedness and Continuity Page. We will continue to provide updates as they come in.
Today, the President of the United States declared a health emergency. The text from the White House press release is as follows:
TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES:
Pursuant to section 201 of the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1621), I hereby report that I have exercised my authority to declare that the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the United States constitutes a national emergency. This declaration invokes section 1135 of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 1320b–5, to allow the Secretary of Health and Human Services to exercise the authority under that section to temporarily waive or modify certain requirements of the Medicare, Medicaid, and State Children’s Health Insurance programs and of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule throughout the duration of the public health emergency declared in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
I am enclosing a copy of the proclamation I have issued.
DONALD J. TRUMP
THE WHITE HOUSE,
March 13, 2020.
Now... what does that mean to us Over 50? Well, it means more resources from local, state and federal sources are on the way. Check out these points of resources for more information. There will be more information coming out when the federal declaration is reviewed by state and local health officials.
Reliable sources of information
What you should know
Video: COVID-19 Tips from Public Health
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Market fluctuations are enough to give anyone the jitters. But that doesn’t mean market volatility should be a reason to panic. Here are 5 tips to help you from
1. Keep your long-term plan in mind
Review your investment strategy to ensure it’s aligned with your long-term goals, and then stay the course.
2. Consider consulting with a professional before reacting
The value of your investment will fluctuate over time. When the market falls, any losses in your portfolio are only realized if you sell your holdings.
3. Consider buying when the market is down
Think of it as a sale with prices discounted from the recent market peak. Yes, prices always could fall further, but if you’re invested for the long haul, you may want to consider if this is a good time to add to your investment portfolio.
4. Seek out guidance
If you’re not sleeping at night, or your risk tolerance has changed, it’s a good time to talk with your financial professional.
5. Diversify Your Stocks and Bonds
Stocks and bonds seldom move in step with each other, so losses in one asset class may be offset by gains (or less-severe losses) in the other.
For additional information, download this free e-book “Market Volatility: 4 Ways to Protect Your Money.”
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