Update for NH Businesses



What you need to know this week:

  • Gov. Sununu announced his Stay at Home 2.0 plan, containing the first steps to reopen the New Hampshire economy, providing guidance for campgrounds, state parks, manufacturing, retail, cosmetology, golf, restaurants, and retail. View the full report here.
  • The Governor’s Economic Reopening Task Force meets daily, hearing from industry leaders about the safest way to open sectors, and hearing public comment. For information about the task force, its upcoming agendas, and how to access the meetings, click here.
  • The Department of Business and Economic Affairs’ confidential survey of businesses is still open. The data received will be used in aggregate by BEA to help the economy recover in the weeks and months to come. The survey takes about 5 minutes and is available here.
  • Businesses needing disposable masks may request them from the State of New Hampshire. They are provided at no cost and available for pick-up at local Division of Motor Vehicle offices around the state. Make your request on the form located here.

The Department of Business and Economic Affairs is working with its state and federal partners to provide resources to New Hampshire businesses affected by COVID-19. For information, visit www.nheconomy.com/covid19 or email us at info@nheconomy.com.


About Rep. Steven Smith

Steven Smith is a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, serving his 7th term. Rep. Smith currently represents Charlestown, Newport, and Unity. Rep. Smith is the Deputy Speaker of the NH House.
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