We want to ensure our businesses and community have access to important announcements, projects and resources. Check back throughout the year for updates and information.
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Local Candidate Newsletter
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The Coffeyville Area Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to making a positive impact on our community. The following are resources that provide helpful information you may need to navigate the impact of this virus on business, organizations, and families
Current Announcements (see a full list at the bottom of the page)
Business & Employer Resources
Please visit our business updates under our business resource tab.
Supporting our community!
Support Local Business: Although reducing the spread of this virus is our number one priority, we know it will have a huge impact on our local businesses. We encourage you to find ways to support our Coffeyville business community.
- Buy gift cards for future purchase at Coffeyvilletogether.org and be a part of a matching community program.
- Offer delivery services to seniors or those at more risk of leaving their homes
- Order take out!
- Keep your memberships current
- Ask a small business how you can help
Be a part of the movement. Send in your #BeCoffeyville pictures today! Check out this link for inspiration on what it means to #BeCoffeyville and call the Chamber for more details.
Coffeyville Food Establishments, March 18, See a list of local restaurants and establishments with carryout or delivery options.
Curbside Business List, Check out a list of just a few of the great businesses in Coffeyville offering curbside or delivery!
COVID-19 Community Information
Next, find general COVID-19 information, community resources and more.
- What to do if I am sick?, CDC
- Coronavirus Fact Sheet, CDC
- Preventing the Spread in our community, CDC
- Sharing the Facts flyer, CDC
- Travel Plans, CDC (includes information about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) for travelers)
- Planning for Mass Gatherings, WHO
Past news & business closures
- MG County issues Phase 1 of reopening guidelines set for May 4
- Kansas issues executive order to reopen, details and requirements listed
- Second Round of Funding available from SBA, check out the new FAQ
- CDC and White House publish Guideline to Open America
- SBA encourages loan applications submissions before adverse weather conditions
- Governor Kelly extends stay home order, April 15
- Stay At Home EO issued, March 28
- General business closures and updates, Mar 24
- County closings and announcements, March
- Governor Kelly announced four new executive orders: temporarily prohibits certain foreclosures and evictions; continuation of waste removal services; extending deadline for vehicle registration and license, extending tax filing deadlines. See details, march 24
- Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announced Monday afternoon she will issue a framework counties will be required to use when considering issuing their own “Stay At Home” (also known as “Shelter In Place”) orders. More details to come.
- Governor Kelly limits mass gatherings to 10, Mar 23
- National Guard ONLY providing supplies & support, March 20
- Tax deadline extended, March 20
- New KDHE quarantine mandates, March 18
- MG County Press Release, March 18
- CRMC know the facts, March 18, video from Dr. Gangula on COVID-19
- Unemployment benefits, March 2020
- Governor Kelly limits groups, March 17; The ban will include many facilities and venues for eight weeks. Governor Kelly is also temporarily limiting utility and internet disconnects.
- Insurance update: TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Insurance Department has been in communication with all major medical insurance carriers offering fully insured health plans in Kansas regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). As of today, the department confirmed that all major medical insurance carriers for fully insured plans are committed to waiving the cost sharing for Novel Coronavirus testing. For those Kansans who are insured through an employer-based, self-funded plan, it is advised they consult with their human resource department.
For any Kansan who experiences difficulties with their insurance carrier, they are encouraged to contact the consumer assistance division of the Kansas Insurance Department through insurance.kansas.gov or by calling 1-800-432-2484.
- KDHE recommends quarantine for certain travelers and testing, March 15
- City Hall & buildings closing to public, Mar 20
- KansasWorks limited operations, March 17
- Cherokee Casino Update, March 16. Announcement to temporarily suspend all operations at Cherokee Nation Entertainment casinos and hotels, including Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. During the suspended operations, no employee will go without a paycheck. UPDATE: ALL Kansas casinos have suspended operations as well.
- Coffeyville Public Library, March 15
The library is exercising caution on the recommendation from the Kansas State Department of Education and will be closed. In the meantime patrons can access e-books and audiobooks through the Hoopla app and the State Library of KS. https://kslib.info/128/Digital-Book-eLending
- CCC Closing Update, March 17 News Release
- USD 445 Updated Announcement, March 15: On recommendation from the Kansas State Department of Education, school will be closed for the week of 3/16. This includes all activities and practices. Future updates will be sent and we will keep our website updated as we receive information.
- Coffeyville Recreation Update, March 16: Coffeyville Recreation Commission is suspending all Programming Effective March 16th. All Practices, Classes, Games, FKHS Indoor Pool Activities, Building Rentals/Building Usage and OPEN GYM times will cease.
- USD445 COVID-19 Update, March 13 News Release
- CRMC COVID-19 Update, March 13
- Windsor COVID-19 Update, March 14