During this time of uncertainty and unprecedented changes, we want the community to know we are standing with them and are doing everything we can to support Enumclaw and the surrounding communities that we love.


Based on the current information we have, which changes by the moment, we are doing the best we can to support commerce in our community.  We are also seeing our community members coming out in force to support their friends and neighbors who own businesses locally.  As things change, we will do our best to update you on all things Enumclaw and the surrounding areas. Here is a link to find what businesses are currently open and what hours they operate: SUPPORT ENUMCLAW


If you are wondering how YOU personally can help your local business community, and Enumclaw as a whole, this is what we know:


Stay calm.  Take care of yourself and your family.  Get your information from credible sources, like the CDC - not social media.  Follow the guidelines that are being set forth to protect you and the rest of the country.  If you can, get some take-out from one of our restaurants or coffee shops, or buy an online gift card from one of our retailers.  Our businesses are doing the best they can to serve our community and continue to pay their employees, they also are doing everything they can to minimize risk.  And one last thing, be kind.  We all have a different way of reacting to stress, and kindness goes a long way.   


We will get through this together, and your Chamber will do everything in its power to support commerce and community.


Links from U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Additionally, the U.S. Department of Treasury issued additional guidance yesterday regarding the Paycheck Protection Program.  Links to the resources provided by Treasury can be found, or on their webpage.

Small businesses are the foundation of our communities and our economy. Employing nearly half the American workforce, they keep our neighborhoods running and make them feel like home. The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have wrought unprecedented financial uncertainty. These businesses need resources and relief — and they need it now.
That’s why the Save Small Business Fund, a grantmaking initiative funded by contributions from corporate and philanthropic partners, is providing $5,000 in short-term relief to employers across the United States. These one-time supplemental cash grants are for businesses that have between three and 20 employees and operate in an economically vulnerable community.
The grant application will go live on Monday, April 20 at 12:00 PM PT/3:00 PM ET. To learn more about the Save Small Business Fund and to apply for a grant, visit savesmallbusiness.com.

Small business loans

Artist and Cultural Non Profits

Funds for Organizations and Artists 

Supporting affected Employers and Workers

State agencies have been working with federal agencies, employers and workers to support businesses and workers affected by COVID-19.

PSE COVID -19 Response