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SBA Disaster Loans (EIDL) Webinar 

The March 23 recorded presentation can be viewed at: Video presentation on filling out the EIDL Application.



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Small Business Administration (SBA)

Please visit the SBA for useful guidance and steps that you may want to follow in preparing your business for the impact of COVID-19 and to determine if you may qualify for financial assistance related to this disaster.

We recommend that you visit this site regularly for updates and do not hesitate to contact us should you have asbalogo Opens in new windowny questions. As we receive more details from the federal and state governments about disaster relief, we will share them with you.

Disaster Relief  - Financial Assistance

All information currently available is shown at Updates will be posted there as they become available. The EIDL loans will be direct SBA disaster loans; they will not be made through SBA participating lenders.

Business owners may be eligible for FEMA and/or SBA assistance and payments during a declared national emergency. York County is assessing the economic impacts to local businesses due to COVID-19, in an effort to report them accurately to state and federal partners.

SBA loans

We encourage you to start collecting and documenting any loss of business related to this pandemic. This could include:

  • Hotel Room Cancellations
  • Meal Reservation Cancellations
  • Private Event Cancellations
  • Conference Cancellations
  • Declining numbers of visitors, room nights, etc.
  • Any business and/or revenue loss associated with the pandemic

Contact Us

Sherry Spring

Office 804-693-1414

Elizabeth Ripley

Office 804-693-1415