The Stettler Board of Trade has launched the Business Resources Support Form

The form will assess assets and measure the needs of businesses resulting from emergency restrictions and regulations

In partnership with the Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency, the Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development will be collecting emergency information from businesses in regard to the current COVID-19 pandemic as well as for future emergencies.

All information collected will be kept confidential.

This information is important to:

1. Provide assistance in emergency planning and situations that may arise.

2. Provide immediate updates.

3. Assess the economic situation.

4. Prepare for recovery.

Where is the form?

Businesses can access the form at www.stettlerboardoftrade.com.

You can follow this link to complete the form as well

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=- Usc3sa1ZEKYdBQciPmvwg66_seup51AgV3v- HZUC1NUQkROTEhaQjI1T005Mk9CM0xSTEdNQU9ZQS4u

Who should complete the form?

All business owners or managers in the Stettler Region should complete the form to provide information for emergency situations and to receive important updates.

Follow-up Information

The Stettler Regional Board of Trade will be providing updates and resources to business owners as they become available. Information will be shared via our e-newsletter, Facebook (Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development) and Twitter (@StettlerBOT).

Businesses are invited to connect with the board of trade via:

• social media

• info@stettlerboardoftrade.com • 403-742-3181

The Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency (SREMA) is also continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation in Alberta closely, as well as the effects it may have on local residents.

As a result of the strain the COVID-19 outbreak may cause on social services and accessibility, SREMA has developed the Community Resource Connection Form. This form aims to connect residents in need of assistance with volunteers or individuals available for hire.

Through the Community Resource Connection Form, SREMA will establish connections for the following services:

– childcare

– groceries and household essentials delivery

– medication Delivery

– petcare

– tutoring

In order to connect local businesses with emergency information and planning, the Stettler Board of Trade has also launched the Business Resources Support Form.

The form will assess the assets of participating businesses and also measure the needs of these businesses resulting from ongoing emergency restrictions and regulations.

If you are in need of any of these services or are able to provide them, please complete the forms found on www.stettler.net www.stettlercounty.ca or call the SREMA hotline at 403-742-7300.

A representative will review your responses and will contact you for further support.

For ongoing updates from SREMA regarding COVID-19 in Alberta, continue to visit www.stettler.net or www.stettlercounty.ca or follow the Town of Stettler and County of Stettler on Facebook.

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