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Resource Page – COVID-19

The Middleton Chamber of Commerce staff and Board of Directors will continue to stay up-to-date on any resources and relief available to you and will stay on the front lines advocating for our business community by speaking with legislators and those in power to help ensure the future for all our members.

This page is a place you can come to find such information. In addition to this page, we will continue to communicate with you through phone calls, emails, social media posts and our newsletter.

Financial Resources
  • Kiva Greater Madison -  In response to the effect COVID-19 is having on small businesses Kiva has increased the amount a business can borrow to $15,000, expanded their already low eligibility thresholds for borrowers and offer a grace period for repayment of up to 6 months. 

  • WWBIC - WWBIC is working with federal, state and local organizations, to support our many WWBIC borrowers, entrepreneurs and businesses in need of loan capital now. 
Community Communication
  • City of Middleton COVID-19 Updates and ClosuresThe City will continue to provide updates on their website regarding COVID-19 closures and updates.
      • The Vote Must Go On - If you are concerned about appearing in person in the clerk’s office for early voting or at the polls on Election day due to the coronavirus outbreak, you have the option of having your ballot mailed to your home.
      • Change in Polling Location - At the Spring Election and Presidential Preference Vote to be held on April 7, 2020, in the City of Middleton, (Wards 1 - 22) will be held at Kromrey Middleton School located at 7009 Donna Drive, Door 5. All polling places will open at 7am and will close at 8pm.
State Communication

Safer At Home Order - Read Governor Evers Press Release sent out Tuesday, March 24.  

  • Essential Business Declaration - Businesses fitting the definitions on this linked site are allowed to continue operations, according to the Governor’s Order.
Federal Communication
Business & Education Resources - Free
  • Please visit the Chamber's Calendar of Events to see a listing of free business and education resources. 

  • Wisconsin Emergency Response Program - gener8tor is hosting emergency one-week virtual programs for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. These programs will feature daily webinars designed to identify, understand and help small businesses secure resources to withstand the current crisis.

Family & Mental Health Resources
  • Expressively You - Expressively You has released a few painting kits (for kids and adults) that will help add some expressive structure and fun.
Restaurants Offering Delivery or Curbside Pickup
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