What you need to know from Stanislaus County Health
EFFECTIVE MAY 12, 2020:
Stanislaus County will no longer be issuing local stay-at-home orders and will direct all county residences to the order of the State of California Public Health Officer. The Stanislaus County Health Services Agency will continue to offer guidance and directives for Long-Term Care Facilities, Food Prep Facilities, as well as Isolation and Quarantine guidance for the general public.
We are in stage two – not all business and work life go back to normal in this stage:
Local resources will continue to be shared via our website at: http://stanemergency.com as well as our social media networks.
For the latest statewide COVID-19 updates, visit the California Department of Public Health at: http://covid19.ca.gov.
COVID-19 is still active, the community must do its part to follow proper protocols:
Public Health Officer Rescinds Stanislaus County Stay at Home Order County to Align Completely with State Public Health Officer Order http://schsa.org/pdf/press-releases/2020/20-19-health-order-rescinded.pdf
Opportunity Stanislaus Collaboration:
– Businesses are encouraged to take the 30-minute module
– You will receive a “Good To Go” placard to display at your door https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C8s9SKjRfc&feature=youtu.be
Workforce Development has launched their “Snap Back to Work” site: https://workforceresource.net/snapback
In support of the current “shelter in place” order,
The Modesto Chamber of Commerce is extending our closed-door stance until further notice.
The Chamber staff is working remotely from the safety of our homes. Be assured, we remain dedicated to being available to support our members and community while we navigate this foreign way of life together. At this time all programs, committees, and events for May have been suspended. Please stay tuned for updates on June as they become available, or if we can resume normal activity sooner.
Our primary focus is to keep you informed so please
monitor our social media sites and watch for our ongoing emails. We are collaborating with several key community partners county wide in order to empower you with the best resources available. #StanStrong #InThisTogether
To leave a message: 209-577-5757
(messages are returned within 24 hours)
For immediate assistance 209- 345-2954
In response to the current “shelter in place” order, the Leadership Modesto Steering Committee, with support from the Modesto Chamber of Commerce, is extending the 2019 – 2020 class year, to the 2019 – 2021 class year. This is to provide the current class, whose planned schedule was suspended in March, time to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic professionally, and resume the planned class schedule when we are all truly moving on from this.
This year’s class enjoyed their leadership experience, day trips, and class project planning through the halfway point of the annual schedule. With the time uncertainty that represents the fluidity of this unprecedented crisis, it felt most fair to the time and financial investment of this class, to suspend the schedule for the rest of this year, and allow them to resume and complete their Leadership Modesto experience starting back up in January 2021. Their graduation will be celebrated in June of 2021.
Please check the Modesto Chamber of Commerce website in early 2021 for information on the next upcoming class. For any additional questions you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
At its heart the Modesto Chamber is a community of likeminded business owners who share the vision for enjoying a thriving economy and creating and maintaining our community as a vibrant place to live, work, and play. The Modesto Chamber is the go-to resource and facilitator of ideas and communication for nonprofits, governmental agencies, and community leaders. More than just a business club, the Modesto Chamber strives to affect its environment for positive transformation by supporting change agents in the community.
Chamber Staff, Board of Directors and many of our topical committees, such as Economic Development and Government Relations, are engaged and proactively representing our members by addressing business initiatives, addressing issues in our community and working to relieve the regulatory burdens businesses endure due to local and state governments. The Modesto Chamber gets results, as shown by recent victories in forming more rational ADA legislation, defeating a no-growth measure, electing business friendly candidates, working alongside others to pass Measure L, a local self-help transportation measure, and championing for more water for our agribusiness, industry and citizens. By working together, our members are stronger together than they could ever be on their own.
The Modesto Chamber specializes in building relationships among business and serving as the nexus to businesses, nonprofit organizations, and governmental agencies. We host monthly networking events, annual special events, an annual trade show, and our long-running Gala. Members also may serve on committees or go through the Leadership Modesto program where they will build long-term relationships with key leaders in the business world and
The Chamber serves the education community by hosting the annual State of Business and Education event, by fund-raising for local students at the Ag Aware and Harvest Luncheon annual series, and partnering with local schools and colleges to train and educate young men and women, all in keeping with our pledge to help provide a ready workforce to serve local employers. Additionally, the Chamber educates its members on practical solutions and best practices through its Progress Magazine articles, monthly Chamber University and Seeds of Success speaker series, workshops and seminars, monthly committee meetings, and SCORE counseling.
The Chamber believes in service to the community and to its members. The Chamber Board and staff are active on many nonprofit and government committees, donating their business expertise, time and resources. The Chamber also serves its individual members by hosting ribbon cuttings which introduce a new business to the community, valuable and cost effective (free) marketing opportunities, exposure to social media, workshops and training for our business partners and their associates, and other free and discounted resources.