Grass Valley, California

Vote on Best Halloween Window Downtown HERE

 

Parking map

Bathrooms located in Church Street parking lot behind Mill St and at 125 Neal St at Grass Valley Downtown Association, 7 days a week 10am-5pm

Customer Code of Conduct

 

Main Street Forward

Now more than ever, Main Street leaders have a crucial role to play in supporting small businesses, maintaining quality of life, and ultimately restoring the vitality of commercial districts. We are here to support you.

Our new COVID-19 recovery-oriented resource center, Main Street Forwardoffers a wide range of free resources, including recovery planning tools, guidance as it relates to Four Point activities, research, advocacy efforts, and best practices and examples from around the Network.

Together we will move Main Street Forward.

Scroll to bottom to view our Mission Statement

Visit our Facebook site Downtown Grass Valley

Sign up for our weekly newsletter, to volunteer, contact us: info@downtowngrassvalley.com

Downtown businesses can call 530-798-9690 to talk to the GVDA director or email mmarshallgvda@gmail.com

Business Resilience Tool Kit

click Business Resilience Tool Kit: supplies, equipment, info.

While this kit was created for phase 2 reopening, there are many resources still useful for business owners.

Open Sign Grass Valley Nevada City download here

Who is open and practicing best practices go to Covid Community Alliance

Community Police: contact dispatch: 530-265-7880

Officer John Herrera: 530-362-0075

 

We are committed to following safe practices to prevent the spread of coronavirus

We can prevent getting dialed back on reopening stages by doing so

Shop local, shop safely, be kind and tolerant

Stay strong Nevada County

We are in this together

NCGVFood: website just for Restaurants!

for all of Nevada County

Info at Rally For Restaurants to garner extra support for restaurants 

 

Coronavirus updates:    https://www.mynevadacounty.com/2924/Coronavirus    

All members of the community are encouraged to consider how personal behavior can help move Nevada County to the next tier ranking.  Individual action will lead to collective mitigation that will shift the county’s tier status and our collective behavior this weekend matters. Wearing a mask, maintaining physical distance, washing your hands and getting tested can help move Nevada County from Tier 2 to Tier 3 and support decreased modifications to business operations.

Info and research
https://www.mynevadacounty.com/DocumentCenter/View/35029/COVID-Face-Coverings-Flyer

Contact the County to ask questions at
COVID19Recovery@co.nevada.ca.us

Report or ask for items to be fixed at
Online Citizen Service Request HERE  

Business and General information Resources

Join the Collaborative Resources for Nevada County Small Businesses 

Resources, support, and information for small businesses in Nevada County. Creating community to work together to overcome the unique challenges we face in this region.

Sierra Business Council

211 Connecting Point  

Call 211 on your phone for information about anything 24 hours a day or visit their website

SBDC

Please use this resource link, Virtual Shop & Support Local – Nevada County, CA , or who is doing online shops, deliveries, call in orders, offers.  This will be a real time link to what is happening in this fluid time.

We encourage everyone to support our local businesses as much as possible.  Our local business community has been so faithful in supporting so many worthy causes – we are partners in helping to get through this crisis.  All of us.

The most important thing is to take care of yourself and those you love. As always, we are encouraged and inspired by the great spirit of our community. This fuels all of us to do our best. Thank you for making a difference.

With Gratitude,

Your Grass Valley Downtown Association Team

 

 

Nevada County Reminds Residents

to Help Limit Spread of COVID-19

Take care and help limit the spread of COVID-19

https://www.mynevadacounty.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=3113
As our case counts rise locally, Public Health asks our community to avoid gatherings with non-household members

Nevada County reminds residents to follow best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19, including washing hands regularly, practicing physical distancing of at least six feet, staying home if you’re feeling sick, wearing a face covering (required in public), disinfecting high-touch surfaces and practicing good hygiene.

Gatherings between people from different households are still not allowed under the statewide Stay-at-Home Order.

Find shareable flyers on Nevada County website on:

Masks Make a Difference Fact Sheet in English (Nevada County Public Health): https://www.mynevadacounty.com/DocumentCenter/View/35029/COVID-Face-Coverings-Flyer
Masks Make a Difference Fact Sheet in Spanish (Nevada County Public Health): https://www.mynevadacounty.com/DocumentCenter/View/35054/COVID-Face-Coverings-Flyer-Espanol
Guidance on Gatherings (Nevada County Public Health): https://www.mynevadacounty.com/DocumentCenter/View/35052/COVID-Gatherings-Flyer

FAQ Recreation

Customer Code of Conduct

Requirements & Guidance for Retail. Restaurant, Office, Manufacture Stage 2 Businesses

 

 

New parking for Downtown on Mill and Main Streets

In an effort to make pick-up easier for our restaurants and retailers the City posted signs to allow for some parking places on Mill and Main Streets to be either 15 minutes or 30 minutes long. We hope that this will make it easier for the Downtown Customers to be able to pick up their food or merchandise from the stores that are offering curbside pick up for merchandise or to go food.

Also if you or any of your employees are working in your business the City and GVDA would ask that you don’t park your cars on Mill or Main. Please leave these space open for the convenience of the Downtown customers. Please utilize the City lots to park in and leave the street parking for those that are picking up.

If you have any questions feel free to call me at the office, 530-272-8315. If you have any questions for the City please feel free to call Mayor, Lisa Swarthout 530-274-4315.

Thank you all for your cooperation.

 

 

About and to donate https://www.nevcorelief.org/

https://www.nevcorelief.org/apply/

 

 

Stay on trusted information sources for valid updates, resources: mynevadacounty.com, ca.gov , 211 to stay tuned.  Please do not call 911 unless it is an emergency.  You can call Grass Valley Police Department at dispatch

Those resources include information about SBA Loans, and EDD Unemployment, testing etc. at mynevadacounty.com

News Sources https://yubanet.com/  and The Union  

KVMR and KNCO

 

All Nevada County updates at https://www.mynevadacounty.com/ 

MyNevadaCounty has a list of resources for EDD, SBA loans, and an extensive list of resources and updates.

Nevada County FB site at https://www.facebook.com/NevadaCountyCA/

https://www.mynevadacounty.com/2924/Coronavirus

Subscribe to newsletters from the County at https://www.mynevadacounty.com/list.aspx

 

 

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Stay up to date on the State Information at ca.gov

ca.gov Employment and Taxes

Labor.ca.gov/coronavirus

 

Link for a printable annual events schedule here: GVDA Annual Event Sheet 2020

Nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Foothills, Grass Valley, California is truly a postcard image. Bathed in a wondrous mix of cedar, pine, and an assortment of deciduous trees that burst forth a multitude of Fall colors as the cooler temperatures arrive, this circa 1800 Gold Rush era town offers a window into the past while providing the best the present has to offer.

Some things change…and some things remain the same!

Membership News

Our Mission Statement:

The Grass Valley Downtown Association represent its general membership with a unified voice in economic development and historical preservation of downtown Grass Valley and our community. 

We utilize the National Main Street Four Point Approach as the structure we use for supporting the beautification activities and community events that we host thus fostering a viable, healthy downtown business district that is recognized as one of California’s certified Main Street communities.

Inclusion Statement:

We believe Main Streets are for everyone. At the core of our approach to revitalization is a commitment to creating places of shared prosperity, equal access to opportunity, and inclusive engagement.

The National Main Street Center models and champions this vision through our actions and programs.  More HERE

We are an arm of the City of Grass Valley, alongside the Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Visit our vision for downtown Grass Valley in our GVDA Strategic Plan Jan 2019

Sign up for our weekly email- contact info@downtowngrassvalley.com

If you want to know what the City of Grass Valley has planned, short term and long term, visit their Strategic Plan.

California Main Street Association spotlight on Grass Valley Downtown Association

City of Grass Valley Strategic Plan 

 

Upcoming Meetings

Now all meetings are online

Promotions Committee

Next meeting on Wednesday, October 7th 3:30 on Zoom
Second Wednesday of the month
Now online

Promotions Committee
Oct 7th, Wednesday 3:30 PM
Online Zoom link HERE
Learn about Transformational Strategies and the Four Point Main Street Approach HERE

Design Committee
Third Wednesday of the month
Now online

Economic Restructuring Committee
Closed Committee. For more information please email: Nicole Arbaugh @ nicole@stuckijewelers.com

GVDA Board of Directors
Fourth Wednesday of the month
3:30pm online

email info@downtowngrassvalley.com

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