COVID 19 UPDATES
Some of the restaurants in your downtown are offering curbside service… you will notice traffic cones in spaces in front of their restaurants where you can pull up and they will bring your order out to you.
Please call each one of these local businesses in advance to place your order and to get the details. We are certain more will follow and we will keep updating you! #supportlocalifpossible #downtownstuartflorida
The Gafford. 772-221-9517 (beginning at 5pm)
Cafe Martier at Post Office Arcade 772-600-5025
Mulligan’s Beach House Bar & Grill (772) 288-1881
Maria’s Cafe (772) 781-5886
Osceola Street Cafe (772) 283-6116
Sneaki Tiki (772) 286-0565
Stuart Coffee Company (772) 600-8243
Vine and Barley (772) 781-1717
Curbside Pickup – Curbside Pickup is now active in Downtown Stuart. Downtown businesses may block off two parking spaces in front of their location for customers picking up food and beverages to go.
Businesses must provide traffic cones and signage.
If you are open and not on the list above, email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in this list.
Cancellations & Postponements
Rock’n Riverwalk – Concerts canceled until further notice
Stuart Green Market – Closed until further notice
Shopapalooza Sidewalk Sale (April 4 & 5) – canceled
Valet Parking – The City of Stuart has suspended the valet parking service at City Hall and Haney Circle until further notice.
The Downtown Tram – The City has also suspended tram service until April 13.
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Due to the widespread impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and small businesses’ need for emergency capital, the application process for the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan program has changed.
Effective immediately, eligible small businesses interested in applying for the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan program, a short-term loan designed to help business owners bridge the gap between the time of impact and when the business has secured long-term assistance, should apply for the program through one of two ways:
· Download an application, complete it and mail it with the required supporting documentation to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) at: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, C/O Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan, 107 E. Madison Street, MSC-160, Tallahassee FL 32399-4120.
Small businesses that have applied for the bridge loan program in response to COVID-19 should not submit an additional application.
However your business is responding to the Coronavirus outbreak, we hope the following information will help direct you to the resources you need.
New in this update: Your business may be eligible for a sales tax extension. Read more below.
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The Florida Department of Revenue issued an emergency order to extend sales tax filing deadlines for some Florida businesses. Taxpayers adversely affected by COVID-19, have an extended due date of April 30, 2020 for sales and use tax, as well as other related taxes, collected in March, 2020.
Business Damage Assessment Survey
Help the State understand how your business has been impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak and what Florida businesses need to recover. This is a survey only. It is not an application for assistance, although various agencies may contact you directly with resources.
The Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program is available to small business owners in Florida counties experiencing economic damage from COVID-19. These short-term, interest-free working capital loans help your business “bridge the gap” between the damaging effects of COVID-19 on your business and securing longer term recovery resources.
Voluntary employer program to help maintain staff by reducing the weekly working hours during temporary slowdowns instead of temporarily laying off employees.
Injury Disaster Loan Program
If you are a small business, agricultural cooperative, or a noprofit organization, and you have suffered substantial economic injury from COVID-19, you may be eligible for an SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)