Corte Madera Covid-19 Updates
Wondering What's Open In Town?
With all of the restrictions that have been ordered due to the shelter in place, we know there are many who are wondering what local businesses might still be open to the public. Check out the current list of local businesses you can keep supporting while following the rules of social distancing.
Restaurants which are open for take out/delivery. Please call to verify since things are changing daily.
- Baja Fresh: (415)924-8522
- Burmatown: (415)945-9096
- Cafe Verde (415)927-1060
- Fieldwork Brewing Company: (415)891-8273-crowlers only
- Juice Shop: (415)927-1959
- La Maison de la Reine: (415)927-0288
- Marin Joe’s: (415)924-2081
- Nothing Bundt Cakes: (415)924-2500
- Pig In A Pickle: (415)891-3265
- Stefano’s Pizza: (415)924-9666
- The Cheesecake Factory: (415)945-0777
- Tub-Tim Thai Restaurant: (415)924-1223
- World Wrapps: (415)927-3663
- Zinz Wine Bar (415)927-9466 pick up/delivery 3-7 daily
- Just Food For Dogs: (628)212-2102
- Pet Club: (415)927-2862
- Andy’s Market: (415)945-9068
- Colonial Liquors: (415)924-0512
- Nugget Market: (415)945-8855 (see info below on dedicated senior shopping hours)
- Rite Aid: (415)924-4557
- Safeway: (415)927-1960 (see info below on dedicated senior shopping hours)
Nugget Market and Safeway are designating temporary shopping hours specifically for guests ages 65 and older and for those who are at-risk due to health conditions. The designated shopping hours for both stores will begin on Tuesday, March 24 and be in effect every Tuesday and Thursday for the time being. The hours for each store are as follows:
- Nugget Market: 7-8am
- Safeway: 7-9am
For questions on these designated shopping hours, please call the stores.
Andrews Camps 415-891-3185 https://www.andrewscamps.com
Resource Guide From SBDC To Help Businesses
More Resources for Businesses from Marin Economic Forum
Here are resources for employers and employees in response to COVID-19
Businesses have assistance resources from the Federal and State level that can be important tools to manage the COVID-19 issue. Because there are so many different resources, this communication includes weblinks to the most relevant information by business topic:
Small Business Administration Disaster Loan: Loans up to $2 million. Please see the Marin SBDC to apply.
California IBank has low-interest and state-guaranteed business loans and microloans for small business borrowers who have been impacted by regional disasters and who need term loans or lines of credit for working capital.
The California Capital Access Program (CalCAP) for Small Business encourages banks and other financial institutions to make loans to small businesses that have difficulty obtaining financing. If you own a small business and need a loan for start-up, expansion or working capital, you may eligible for this program. Loans are available up to $5 million.
Benefits or questions for employers and workers impacted by COVID-19:
California Labor and Workforce Development Agency: Unemployment Insurance and other tools for affected workers.
The Employment Development Department (EDD) provides a variety of resources for employers who anticipate a reduction of work hours or potential closure or layoffs as a result of Coronavirus. Employers experiencing a hardship as a result of Coronavirus may also request up to a 60-day extension of time from the EDD to file their state payroll reports and/or deposit state payroll taxes without penalty or interest. For questions, employers may call the EDD Taxpayer Assistance Center at (888) 745-3886.
PG&E has placed a moratorium on shut offs due to any nonpayment.
More programs are expected to be available in the coming days and weeks. Please check regularly with your local Chamber of Commerce or the Marin SBDC on how to access programs.