COVID-19 Emergency: Information, Resources and Assistance for Businesses

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency is creating hardships and challenges for many in the community, including businesses. Continuing business operations in today’s situation is challenging and the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) is working to assist businesses with information and access to critical resources during this emergency.

The FCEDA, like other economic development organizations in the region, has shifted to working virtually until April 30, and our staff is working full-time with businesses of all kinds to offer assistance and direct them to resources. For direct assistance, email the FCEDA at info@fceda.org, or call 703-790-0600 to leave a voice message for our staff.The FCEDA coordinates appointments with SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors. In-person mentoring sessions and appointments have been suspended through April 17, but SCORE counselors/mentors are available via phone, email and a variety of video-conferencing services. To get in touch with SCORE to set up an appointment for business counseling, e-mail us at  business-diversity@fceda.org.

In addition, keep current with the Fairfax County government’s coronavirus-related news, resources and information:

Here are some useful resource links:

Health and Safety:

Business Information:

Small Business Resources:

Employee/Worker Resources:

Ways to denote/help during the Coronavirus Crisis: