Solano SBDCFairfield, CA

COVID Recovery

PPP Forgiveness Applications and Instructions

Samples as of 7/6/202. You can find these and /or any updated forms at

SBA Press Release - Instructions for Application Instructions |  PPP Loan Forgiveness Application 

PPP Loan Forgiveness Application EZ Instructions  | PPP Loan Forgiveness Application 3508EZ  

PPP Loan Forgiveness Application IRF  


Social Distancing

Click on the documents to see the most recent Solano County Shelter-In-Place Return to Work Guidelines:

Solano County LOW Risk Distancing Protocal  | COVID Business Reopening Guide Solano County LOW Risk Distancing Template 


Insurance Coverage Information

Insurance Coverage During Civil Unrest | CDI Fact Sheet 


What's Next Webinar Series

Action Planning Document 


Lease and Negotiations During COVID-19

Restaurant & Retail Lease Negotiation Webinar 


Re-opening Checklists - Small Business Re-opening Workshop Recordings

These recordings were from a series of live calls, hosted by the Vacaville Chamber, the Workforce Development Board of Solano County and the Solano SBDC, to help businesses understand how to prepare for returning to work. 
(Recorded the week of May 18 - 22, 2020) 

Restaurants | Retail  | Offices | Salons/Barbers | Fitness Centers, Bars, Hotels & Galleries 


California COVID-19 Resources

Retail Guide Dine-in Restaurant Guide | COVID-19 FAQs 

For more resources, please visit, an initiative of the Northern CA Small Business Development Centers Network.

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As concerns continue about coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re here to help you navigate available resources, answer your business questions and be a trusted partner for your business
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