Where can an existing business seek professional advice about available resources or best steps to get through the COVID-19 pandemic?

The City is providing the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) additional office space within its business incubator and resource center known as the Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange or TVE2, which is located within Temecula’s former City Hall at 43200 Business Park Drive. The extra office space allows SBDC to expand its one-on-one consulting services for existing businesses who have experienced supply chain disruptions, staffing challenges, a decrease in gross receipts or customers, a temporary closure, or other impacts as a result of COVID-19. These free business consulting services are available now and will continue through this pandemic, and beyond. Business owners can get guidance and advice from industry experts on a multitude of topics including finance, human resource/staffing laws, disaster/contingency planning and more. COVID-19 response planning will be flexible and change as our business community recovers and additional areas of assistance are identified. Contact Paul Nolta at pnolta@iesmallbusiness.com.

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1. Are facial coverings/masks required?
2. What about physical distancing?
3. What City parks and facilities are open?
4. Which businesses can re-open?
5. Are you unsure whether a certain business can re-open?
6. Are you inquiring about your upcoming wedding and the venue is in Temecula wine country?
7. Can the City of Temecula allow businesses to re-open in Temecula that are not allowed to be opened by the State of California?
8. Where can an existing business seek professional advice about available resources or best steps to get through the COVID-19 pandemic?
9. Where can I find economic resources that are available due to COVID-19?
10. How can I truly help our local economy?
11. How soon can I be around others if I think I've had COVID-19 or tested positive for it?