We’re here to help Idaho businesses affected by COVID-19.
The novel Coronavirus began shortly after the start of the new year and has caused disruptions in ordinary business functions and economic injury throughout the state. The event led to a State Disaster Declaration signed by Governor Brad Little on March 13th, 2020.
On March 25th, 2020, Governor Little issued a Stay-Home Order and signed an extreme emergency declaration. The stay-home order is effective immediately and in place for 21 days. Idahoans may leave their residences only for essential activities, essential governmental functions, or to operate essential businesses. For answers to frequently asked questions, please review guidance from the Attorney General’s Office. For the latest COVID-19 information and official State updates, visit coronavirus.idaho.gov.
Idaho Commerce, in conjunction with the Governor’s Office, the SBA, and other State and Federal agencies, is working to provide resources and information to Idaho business and communities as they become available. Review our brief business resources one-sheet and watch this page for updates as new information becomes available.
Information contained on this page and linked pages is subject to change. All information, documents, and resource links provided by the Idaho Department of Commerce are for information purposes only. Please consult with your legal and financial advisors for recommendations specific to your business or organization.