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COVID-19 Information: Economic Development

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Gilbert Office of Economic Development 

The Office of Economic Development supports the attraction, growth, and retention of business and industry for the community. If you are seeking general economic development assistance, have employment-related questions, or are a job seeker; call us at (480)503-6010, email our team at or visit our website at

Governor Ducey Guidance for Businesses

The Office of Governor Ducey released guidelines for businesses who begin reopening.

Dine-In Services
Barbers & Cosmetologists

Gilbert Safe Business Commitment

By making the Gilbert Safe Business Commitment, local businesses can showcase what they're doing to keep customers and employees safe. To make the Gilbert Safe Business Commitment, and become part of the #GilbertTogether initiative:

1) Download one of the below PDF's (there are two forms: a fillable PDF and blank PDF if you wish to handwrite the actions you are taking);
2) List out the actions you are taking;
  a) Fillable PDF - electrically add details into the fields and print
  b) Blank PDF - print and handwrite business and action details
3) Sign and date the commitment letter;
4) Proudly display your commitment in your storefront window! 

Let's continue to commit to returning stronger and keeping customers safe!

Gilbert Safe Business Commitment PDF's
Fillable PDF
Blank PDF

Town Resources

Temporary Signage
Environmental Services
Development Services

Business and Workforce Assistance Programs

Online Tools & Resources

The Gilbert Office of Economic Development provides online resources for the business community to help plan for recovery and growth following an unprecedented economic disruption, such as Size Up and online property search.

Additionally our partners, the Arizona Commerce Authority and Greater Phoenix Economic Council, have created online resources to assist the business community. 

SizeUp LBI
Online Property Search
Online PPP Loan Calculator
Top 5 Tips for PPP & EIDL Applicants

Financial Resources

Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES)

The Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) will launch the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance System on May 12th.

If you haven’t already applied for Unemployment Insurance, please do so here, even if ineligible for regular unemployment.

Have specific questions? Contact the Unemployment Call Center at (877)600-2722. The Unemployment Insurance Call Center has extended its hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00AM to 6:00PM, and Sundays from 9:30AM to 5:00PM.

Additional details can be found through the Arizona Department of Economic Security. 

Small Business Administration

The SBA has resources to support businesses that are being affected by COVID-19. A brief summary of the Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan is provided below, and you are encouraged to visit their Coronavirus (COVID-19) Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources page for additional details on the assistance that is available. 

If you need assistance navigating the resource programs, or help determining eligibility, please reach out to the OED team anytime!

Paycheck Protection Program
Economic Injury Disaster Loan
Unemployment Benefits
Job Placement Support

Business Engagement

Weekly Business Call Summaries
Additional Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Real Estate
Workforce Support
Financial Resources
Business Tax Relief
Business Operations