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Dear Business Community,   Today, Governor Newsom delivered some breaking news. We share this information as it applies to businesses within Riverside County. Effective immediately, indoor operations for many industries are ordered to close.   Any business within today's closure order should begin making plans to close indoor operations...

Riverside County Board of Supervisors Update On Friday, May 8, 2020, the Riverside Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to repeal the recent health orders related to Short Term Rentals, Golf, Schools, Physical Distancing and Facial Coverings. The Board simply rescinded any orders that were more strict...

The following statement was submitted during the Temecula City Council Meeting on April 28, 2020. Dear Esteemed Council Members, On behalf of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, we would like to share some perspective on our City’s recovery. The perspective we share tonight...

An ever-evolving, all-in-one resource list brought to you by the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce.   Federal Loans & Financial Assistance Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) - presumably resuming application acceptance this week Economic Injury Disaster Grant (up to $10,000 free) - presumably accepting applications this...

  Dear Community,   I want to take a quick minute to thank you. Over the course of several, tumultuous weeks I have witnessed "unprecedented" amounts of creativity, selfless service, and forward-thinking spirit. It is inspiring. Bravo!   The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce continues to be aligned with local...

To Our Local Business Community: The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is making it a priority to continue educating ourselves with facts & authoritative resources. We’re making daily evaluations of the current & potential effects of COVID-19 within our community and our business economy. At this...

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