|Join Our Virtual Roundtable Monday: The Chamber is holding a weekly virtual Business Roundtable on Mondays from 12-1 p.m., starting this Monday, March 23. This is an opportunity to share how you're grappling with the Covid-19 crisis, get ideas from your peers, and support each other. Executive Director Adam Gutcheon and Jim Burke from the Town of Windsor will review the current state of the crisis, state and federal business relief measures, and what the Town and Chamber are doing in response. Click here for more information, including how to join.|
Stay Safe, Stay Home: Gov. Ned Lamont has ordered all workers at "non-essential" businesses to stay home. Grocery stores, pharmacies and other necessary businesses are allowed to remain open. Restaurants are still able to provide takeout services. Construction and manufacturing can continue as well.
Retail and Restaurant Guide: The Chamber has compiled a listing of member retailers and restaurants, with their hours and how they've adjusted service. Please support your local businesses as much as you can! We're all stronger when we have a community behind us. Restaurants are still able to provide takeout service and some retailers can take your order over the phone or online.
Tax Day is July 15: The IRS has pushed Tax Day back by three months. Both the filing and payment deadlines will be July 15.
Click here to check out all our updates and our complete resource guide for dealing with Covid-19.