Economic, Business, and Employment COVID-19 Resources

The City of Raleigh commits to supporting its vibrant business community as it responds to the impacts of COVID-19. We are monitoring guidance from federal, state, and local public health authorities and resources provided by the State and Federal governments. 

If you're a local business and are interested in resources to help enforce compliance with safety guidelines:

The City of Raleigh continues to remain operational, but some services are still limited. Visit the City of Raleigh's COVID-19 Response page for more information. 

Re-Opening Information

Citing the increase in COVID-19 cases, Raleigh's Mayor with support of City Council, is requiring face covering use in indoor spaces within the City limits as of 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 13. This requirement will be in place regardless of a person’s vaccination status.

Funding for Small Businesses

Raleigh, Wake County and N.C. Humanities Council are among many groups with programs for small businesses during COVID-19.  

Learn more about these programs

Find Out More About:

  1. Government Information
  2. Business Finances
  3. Health Recommendations for Businesses
  4. Legal Assistance
  5. Childcare and Employee Support
  6. Curbside Pick-Up Zones for Restaurants
  7. Community Matters
  8. Social Distancing Media Kit

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Return to the City's main COVID-19 Information page.

Small Business Listening Session

Session was held on March 16, 2020



Mark Weldon
Business Retention & Expansion Manager

Main COVID-19 Information page

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