Resources for Businesses Impacted

Recent Updates

7/4/20: Federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) extended to August 8.

6/22/20: City of Redmond outdoor dining permit will be available.

05/1/20: Gov. Jay Inslee outlined his phased “Safe Start” approach for resuming recreational, social and business activities.


Temporary Outdoor Dining Permit

  • Apply - Please complete the permit packet and send it (including all checklist items) to Elise Keim.
  • Questions - If you have any questions, please email Elise Keim.
  • Fee Payment - No payment by the applicant is required at issuance. The fees will be paid through small business support grants.

Personalized, One-On-One Small Business Support

  • Complete loan packaging
  • Building out operational policies
  • Business planning
  • Legal questions
  • Available financial support
  • Leasing guidance
  • Marketing help

The City of Redmond is funding services in partnership with other organizations through the Eastside Recovery Hub and (re)StartUp425. For support, reach out to them directly and they will get back to you within one business day.

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What’s Open Eastside

What’s Open Eastside is a free application designed for local businesses to publicize what services they offer, advertise promotions, provide updates on operation status and share details on how services can be accessed.

Visit What’s Open Eastside

  1. Financial Resources and Tax Relief
  2. Supporting Redmond Businesses
  3. Additional Resources

Employment Security Provides Benefits to Workers and Businesses 

For workers and businesses, the Washington State Employment Security Department has adopted a series of emergency rules to relieve the burden of temporary layoffs, isolation and quarantine including unemployment benefits. See FAQ’s and a reference guide of scenarios and benefits available.

Small Business Administration Creates Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will provide targeted, low-interest loans to small businesses and non-profits that have been severely impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Find more information on the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans on their website.

Washington State Department of Revenue Offers Relief for Taxpayers 

Washington State Department of Revenue is offering filing extensions and penalty waivers for state-level B&O taxes.
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OneRedmond’s Financial Resources Webinar Series

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King County Library System Financial Resources
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