Updates:

UPDATE: July 23, 2020 – LCF Order Allowing Outdoor Dining and Other Outdoor Business Activities – See below for full Order


UPDATE: July 21, 2020 – Considerations for Re-Opening Your Business During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Download the E-Book Below


UPDATE: July 20, 2020, Upcoming: Telebriefing for Restaurants, Businesses and Chambers of Commerce. Public Health Officials Provide Update on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) See Call-In Information below:


UPDATE: July 14, 2020 Governor Newsom Reimposes Certain Closures. Read full Order here:



UPDATE 6/10/2020: From Gyms and Day Camps to Spectator-Free Professional Sports and Museums, L.A. County Moves to Reopen Key Sectors, Read full update here…


UPDATE 5/29/2020: LA COUNTY’S VARIANCE IS APPROVED, NEW LOCATIONS TO RE-OPEN, AND RE-OPENING FRAMEWORK FOR SCHOOLS, Read full update here…

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UPDATE 5/19/2020 The Paycheck Protection Program PPP Application for Forgiveness is now available. PDF Fillable Version HerePrint & Type Here Guide to PPP Loan Forgiveness

UPDATE 5/14/2020 Applications are now open for the LISC Small Business Relief GrantsThe application period is now open. Click here to apply. Your application must be completed by Wednesday, May 20th, 11:59 p.m. ET. 

UPDATE 5/6/2020 LA County Roadmap to Recovery:

UPDATE (4/15/2020) URGENT: SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS CAN APPLY FOR $15 MILLION LOAN FUND TODAY AT 1PM. Read More…

The online portal will open TODAY, April 15th at 1pm and can be accessed at https://crfusa.com/ppp/la-ppp-inquiry/.

Business owners and nonprofits who access the application portal will initially submit an inquiry with CRF.

Business owners should be prepared to provide information on their business.

UPDATE (4/6/2020) The Los Angeles County Employer Assistance Grant Fund will be available for local businesses starting Wednesday, April 8th. As funds are limited, the first round of applications will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis and will close once 150 applications are received or at 8:00 am on Wednesday, April 15, whichever is first. Read More

UPDATE (4/1/2020) Small Businesses, Nonprofits Eligible For New Coronavirus ‘Paycheck Protection Program’. Read More…

UPDATE (3/31/2020) CARES Act for Small Businesses. What Small Businesses Need to Know. Read More…

UPDATE (3/30/2020) Governor Newsom Signs Executive Order Providing Relief to California Small Businesses. Read More…

UPDATE (3/30/2020) Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) takes effect on April 1, 2020 providing paid sick leave and expanded family/medical leave related to COVID-19. Read More…

UPDATE (3/24/2020)  LA County Alerts: Increasing COVID-19 Scams, fraudulent websites, emails & donation requests. FAQ…

UPDATE (3/21/2020)  Safer At Home Order for Control of COVID-19.  Temporary Prohibition of All Events and Gatherings, Closure of non-essential Businesses and Areas, Revised Order Issued:  March 21, 2020.  Read More…

UPDATE (3/18/2020)  LCF Chamber of Commerce Closed to the Public – Effective March 19, 2020. Read More…

Health & Safety Information

 County of Los Angeles COVID-19 News Click Here

 County of Los Angeles Public Health Click Here

 California Department of Public Health Click Here

 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Click Here

Business Resources

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has approved the Small Business Recovery Loan Program that is available to the eligible business located in Los Angeles County Community Development Block Grant Participating Cities and the Los Angeles County unincorporated communities.  This program is being administered by the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA). La Cañada Flintridge is a participating City. Read More to apply

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Disaster Assistance Loans now available to Los Angeles County Small Businesses Economically Impacted by the COVID-19. To apply: Click Here

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) just released the required poster for private employers outlining the FFCRA’s paid leave requirements. Employers with remote employees can comply with the DOL’s posting requirement by “emailing or direct mailing this notice to employees, or posting this notice on an employee information internal or external website.” Download PDF Here

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Chamber of Commerce offers guide to highlight marketing tactics in the new digital engagement environment. Read More…

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order that will provide tax, regulatory and licensing extensions for businesses. Read More..

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