Washington County Business Recovery Centers are here to help meet the short and long-term needs of businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Business Recovery Centers provide a “one-stop” access to resources for interested Washington County businesses looking to re-establish and/or stabilize operations in response to COVID-19. These resources provide assistance in meeting Washington County and the State of Oregon health and safety guidelines, access to required health mitigation supplies, public and private financing programs, and additional business resource mapping.
The Washington County Business Recovery Centers (BRC) exist to connect business owners in Washington County, Oregon, to the resources needed to recover. The Business Recovery Centers are funded by the C.A.R.E.S. Act to provide community businesses with access to complimentary, individualized business consulting services.
Washington County BRC provide access to resources for all businesses in Washington County seeking assistance. Services are offered in multiple languages and, depending on the unique needs of each client, may include:
One Stop Shop for business recovery
Individualized answers to your business questions
Assistance with connecting to available financial resources
Help with navigating technical resources
Providing educational resources
Referrals to organizations and resources to help
Access to interpreters and translation services
The Washington County Business Recovery Centers exist to help all businesses. Visit our contact page found here to schedule your free consultation with a business expert.
Oregon has a framework in place to reduce transmission and protect Oregonians from COVID-19 until a vaccine can be fully distributed.
New measures include new guidelines for most businesses. Counties will be rated on their risk level. Washington County is considered a "High Risk" county under this framework.