Resources

On this page you can find multiple resources to help with reopening. Resources include links to the different reopening phases in Nevada, websites for business support in Nevada, and websites and facilities where you can buy the necessary equipment to clean your facility and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Product Purchasing ResourcesLinkDescription
Small Business Recovery Procurement ListClick hereThis list will provide businesses with places to buy hand sanitizer and other cleaning products that will be necessary to reopen. Included is the name, location, web address/contact information, and a brief description on what is available.
Nevada Phases Guidelines ResourcesLinkDescription
Roadmap to Recovery for NevadaClick hereThe Statewide Standards and Business Guidelines set forth in this document were developed with the
Local Empowerment Advisory Panel (LEAP) to advise individuals, employers, and businesses through
Phase 1.
Roadmap to Recovery for Nevada: Industry Specific GuidelinesClick hereThe Statewide Standards and Business Guidelines set forth in this document are broken down for the different industries present in Nevada.
Nevada Business Support System ResourcesLinkDescription
Nevada Industry Excellence Workforce AssistanceApril 3, 2020: Nevada Industry Excellence has announced a service to match laid off manufacturing employees with other Nevada manufacturers who are experiencing immediate hiring needs for making needed items such as PPE equipment, masks and ventilators.

For manufacturers seeing a spike in activity who need employees now, contact Nevada Industry Excellence so they can connect you with candidates. There is no fee associated with this service. For more information, contact Nevada Industry Excellence's Workforce Development Specialist Mario Pabon at mpabon@nvie.nevada.edu or (760) 265-1551.
Nevada Business Recovery ChallengeClick hereUse the options in this document to learn more about Nevada’s small business support ecosystem. Explore the system’s many resource partners and services. Identify an entity or program that offers help in your area of need. Then contact them to see what they can do for you.