Woodinville Strong: For business and community

As we move between Phases and businesses are opening their doors, the site provides a “Get Woodinville Back to Business Toolkit" that business owners may download and use as a checklist. The purpose of this toolkit is to help business owners get the information they need to open and what steps should be taken to put the business on the best path of success. We hope this toolkit is a resource you'll find helpful. The Toolkit can be downloaded at woodinvillechamber.org/woodinville-strong/

Throughout the Woodinville Strong microsite, we have done our best to compile information from the Washington State Coronavirus Response, the Washington State Department of Commerce and so many other remarkable local resources.

Additionally, we hope residents will use this microsite to support businesses in Woodinville that are open and interested in your patronage. On the site, is a list of businesses that have submitted their information for inclusion. We encourage our community to #ThinkLocal and choose a Woodinville business for service-related projects, self-care, banking, dining, and so much more. Take a look at the listings at www.woodinvillechamber.org/woodinville-strong/businesses-listings/

This year of COVID-19 is anything but business as usual and is truly uncharted territory. We will get through this together.

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