Local businesses “weigh-in” Economic Impact Survey

Douglas County Encourages Local businesses to “weigh-in” on COVID-19 Economic Impact Survey
Posted on 04/09/2020
Douglas County Encourages Local businesses to “weigh-in” on COVID-19 Economic Impact SurveyMinden, NV – Douglas County encourages businesses to complete the COVID-19 Economic Impact Survey being conducted by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED). The survey is designed to obtain crucial information from businesses so GOED can respond quickly to the needs of local businesses during this pandemic.

Information obtained from the survey is collected at a county and zip code level. The summarized results will be shared with the counties, chambers and business organizations. Individual businesses information will be kept confidential.
“Not only does this survey gather information about the magnitude of the pandemic’s economic impact on our local businesses, it will help inform Nevada’s decision makers about how to best support businesses moving forward” said Lisa Granahan, Douglas County Economic Vitality Manger. “In many ways, local businesses have been hit the hardest during this crisis. Their input is critically important to gaining a comprehensive understanding of the economic picture for the Silver State and developing effective strategies to assist businesses in their time of greatest need.”

To take the survey visit the GOED COVID-19 Disaster Assistance webpage at: https://www.diversifynevada.com/covid-19-disaster-response-online-assistance-resources/

For additional business resources, and to access updated information on the Governor’s Directive regarding essential and non-essential businesses, visit the Douglas County Economic Vitality webpage at: https://www.douglascountynv.gov/government/departments/economic_development___vitality_