Door County Business Resources
Door County's Commitment to Cleanliness & Safety
Door County's commitment to cleanliness and safety initiative offers guidance for local businesses that are serious about the safety of residents and visitors. In return for making a commitment to follow these guidelines outlined by Door County Medical Center and Door County Public Health, businesses are able to use the program logo and a window cling to show they are committed to cleanliness and safety in Door County. Participation is free and open to all Door County businesses and organizations, and no sign-up is required. Use these guidelines to help educate your leaders, employees, and customers on best practices around infection prevention.
The commitment to cleanliness and safety logo is available for participating businesses in JPG, PNG, TIF and EPS format. Click on the logo to access the different file types. Free window clings are available at the Door County Welcome Center and through local community business associations.
Wisconsin Face Coverings Order
While the state of Wisconsin's mask mandate ended on March 31, 2021, the County of Door issued an emergency advisory the next day asking everyone to continue taking precautions in Door County which include wearing a mask, practicing good hand hygiene and continuing to social distance.
As of April 5, 2021, all Wisconsin residents age 16+ are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. To make an appointment with Door County Public Health visit bookdcph.timetap.com or call 920-746-7180. COVID-19 vaccinations are also available through Door County Medical Center, and their vaccine information line can be reached at 920-743-0539.
What Happens If My Business Has a Positive COVID-19 Test?
Door County Public Health has created a special 3-page document to help businesses prepare and plan for the scenario of an employee testing positive for COVID-19. What should a business do? Should other employees get tested? What steps can be taken to provide a safe work environment? View/download the document here, and reach out to Door County Public Health at 920-746-2234 with further questions.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) published a series of industry-specific documents to help businesses get back to work while taking the necessary precautions to maximize safety. General guidelines are available along with specific recommendations for lodging, restaurants, retail, entertainment/amusement, outdoor recreation, transportation, outdoor gatherings and others. Visit the WEDC website for details: https://wedc.org/reopen-guidelines/
The Door County Long Term Recovery Task Force facilitated virtual educational sessions for area businesses in January, and future sessions will be listed here as they get scheduled.
Cindy Gardner, Tammie Clendening and Lisa Taylor from the Small Business Administration presented information about PPP Round 2 on 1/28/2021. Questions about PPP can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional business assistance is available through the Door County Economic Development Corporation, Steve Jinkins, email@example.com.
Town Hall Meetings
Door County Public Health and Door County Medical Center have hosted a series of virtual town hall meetings via ZOOM so local business owners and community leaders could ask questions, connect with other business leaders in their sectors and hear the latest recommendations from the CDC, the State of Wisconsin and local health officials.
Scheduled meetings will be posted here.
- Tuesday December 1, 2020. Click here to view the meeting presentation (link)
- Tuesday October 27, 2020. Click here to view meeting presentation (PDF)
- Tuesday October 13, 2020. Click here to view meeting presentation (PDF)
- Tuesday August 25, 2020 - watch this recorded meeting on YouTube
- Wednesday June 17, 2020
- Wednesday June 3, 2020
- Wednesday May 20, 2020
- Wednesday May 6, 2020
Grant Opportunities: Find information about grant opportunities for a variety of tourism related businesses through the Wisconsin Department of Tourism here.
Information on this page is provided in partnership with the Door County Long Term Recovery Task Force. This page will continue to be updated as new guidance documents are made available, in accordance with state public health officials, the Door County Public Health Department and Door County Medical Center.