Corona Virus Information

Businesses in the entire County 

Connect to local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic

Our COVID-19 Community Business Alliance is live now:


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We are serving on the local Nevada County Covid-19 Task Force. For information on the Nevada County Relief Fund sign up for email updates from the Nevada County at NOTIFY ME



Find local coronavirus resources and updates at Public Health has activated Connecting Point’s Call Center to answer community questions. Connecting Point can provide callers up-to-date information about novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and connect residents to other resources. Dial 2-1-1 or 833-DIAL211 (833-342-5211) to talk with a call center representative.



Residents are also able to subscribe to receive related media releases and Nevada County newsletters at by following the subscription directions to subscribe for “Public Health – Coronavirus” under the News Flash category.


At this time, Grass Valley Downtown Association will postpone any events until public events recommended to resume.

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Nevada County is in Stage 2 of reopening

Details on reopening retail and restaurants in Nevada County in the link above

Businesses with questions about modifying business practices to keep customers safe and slow the spread of COVID-19 can email:

You can also utilize the resource 211 Connecting Point for questions about anything as well as general coronavirus questions. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-833-DIAL211. This is a County information resource that is open 24/7 and is free.

FAQ Nevada County

FAQ Recreation

Customer Code of Conduct

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


Business Resilience Tool Kit

click the link: supplies, equipment, info

We can add to this list as you let us know.  Email

Open Sign Grass Valley Nevada City download here


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.


Sierra Small Business Development Center Norther California Network

Keeping this page on our website as updated as possible during this time of rapid fire changes.


Updates from Governor Newsom’s office

Office of California Governor Gavin Newsom