COVID-19: Recovery Resources

Colorado Resiliency Office's Adaptations and Futures Webinar Series: The Colorado Resiliency Office launched a webinar series to address the issues COVID-19 has brought to every corner of Colorado. The series tackles topics that are front of mind for local governments and focuses on demonstrating adaptations from around the state. You can view the first webinar, "Setting Up Local Recovery and Resiliency Teams," here and register for the second webinar (6/11 @11a), "Budgeting Strategies for Challenging Times" here.

Main Street Forward: A Roadmap for RecoveryA Roadmap for Recovery features a wide range of free resources for Main Street leaders, including recovery planning tools, guidance as it relates to Four Point activities, research, advocacy efforts, and best practices and examples from around the Network.

State Demography Office Data Tools: The State Demography Office has expanded its COVID-19 dashboard to show unemployment claims, impacted job sectors, social vulnerability, and information about COVID-19 outbreaks in specific industries. Use the link above to access the COVID-19 Map Series. These maps are available on the SDO homepage as well as the Interactive Data webpage.

Measuring the Impact of COVID-19: The Census Household Pulse and Business Pulse Surveys: The Census Bureau and seven other federal departments sponsored an innovative online survey of households and businesses to document the health, social, and economic characteristics of American households as they experience the COVID-19 pandemic.  The survey contacts households and businesses via email and text message.  Survey results are released weekly and provide important information about how households and businesses are dealing with the pandemic.

National Research Center Community Survey: How do residents feel about reopening their communities? How has their spending changed and what will be the "new normal"? National Research Center has developed a survey for you to share with your residents and get feedback on their readiness to reopen their communities and re-engage in their economies. The questions were developed by research experts and the survey is free to deploy to your community on Polcov


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