NACOLG has made available a COVID-19 Recovery Loan to help retain jobs in the region by private, for profit firms with less than 500 employees, located within the NACOLG region of Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, Marion and Winston Counties who have been affected by the Coronavirus. $160,000 per county is available, provided on a first come,
COVID-19 July 4th guidance
Northwest-Shoals Community College (NW-SCC) would like your help as we plan for the future of the College! NW-SCC is conducting an important survey of our community on how we can better serve you through services, training, and facilities. It will take you only 5-10 minutes to complete the questionnaire. Your feedback is important to us
In addition to the Safer at Home Order’s mandates and the Guidelines for Safeguarding All Businesses, the following practices are strongly recommended for all adult and youth sporting activities and events. This guidance is intended for everyone participating in or watching youth or adult sports, including practices. These are minimum recommended health guidelines.
On Friday 5/15/20, SBA released a Loan Forgiveness Application that is designed to educate borrowers on how to apply for PPP loan forgiveness. The Alabama SBDC will host a webinar on Monday May 18 at 3pm to review the application and guidelines. https://asbdc.ecenterdirect.com/events/8556
Alabama is currently under a new Safer at Home Order until May 22. View the May 8 Emergency Order Suspending Certain Public Gatherings Due to Risk of Infection By COVID-19 "Safer at Home" Order (Spanish version). In cooperation with the Office of the Governor, ADPH has created these five flyers related to the new Safety at Home
Governor Ivey has announced new amendments to her Safer at Home Order expanding the list of businesses allowed to re-open. The Governor held a press conference this morning, Friday, May 8, updating Alabamians on the state's plans to combat the spread of COVID-19. Ivey announced new amendments to her original Safer at Home Order
The U.S. Census Bureau let us know that the bureau was reopening the 2020 Census Field Offices in Alabama effective Wednesday, May 6. The offices are in Huntsville, Birmingham and Mobile but cover the entire state. Staff members and field workers with follow all current health and safety guidelines and use personal protective