COVID-19 Business Resources

Millcreek is OPEN

A message from Mayor silvestrini

It’s amazing to see how Millcreek businesses have adapted to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and the difficulties it brings: safety for employees and patrons through social distancing, hand washing, now masks. Many Millcreek businesses remain open with the ability to provide their services and products while adhering to appropriate precautionary practices. We encourage our residents to limit trips and interactions and adhere to all mandated COVID-19 safety practices.

However, we understand that residents need services and supplies, and we would like to share with everyone ways that you can get what you need and help support our business community during this difficult time.

All licensed businesses in Millcreek have been asked to provide information about what special service they would like to share with the community during this critical time. If you would like to add your business information to this list, please email your message (up to 100 words) to by noon on Thursdays to be featured in the Friday e-newsletter.

-Jeff Silvestrini, Mayor

Stay in touch

Information is constantly changing--make sure you’re up-to-date by using these resources:

Or contact our Economic Development department:

Business Resources

While not an exhaustive list, we hope these resources will help you during this difficult time.

  1. Financial Resources
  2. Advertising Resources
  3. Now Hiring
  4. Millcreek is OPEN


Salt Lake County Business Relief Hotline: 385-468-4011 

  • Assistance navigating federal, state, and local relief options

Other resources to navigating stimulus options are listed below:


  • $349 Billion in Loans to Small Businesses
  • Utilizes the SBA 7(a) Loan Program framework
  • Any business with <500 employees that was operating before 2/15/2020 is eligible
  • Expands eligibility to include non-profits, tribally owned businesses, certain self-employed individuals, and independent contractors.
  • No personal guarantee required
  • Extensive Deferral and Forgiveness
  • Cap of 4% interest, with ten years to pay it off
  • 10,000,000 cap

Learn more about the Paycheck Protection Program HERE Version OptionsCOVID-19 Business ResourcesBusiness ResourcesHeadline

An approved listing of Utah banks that are acting as approved lenders can be accessed HERE Version OptionsCOVID-19 Business ResourcesBusiness ResourcesHeadline

Non-profits can also see which credit unions are participating by clicking HERE Version OptionsCOVID-19 Business ResourcesBusiness ResourcesHeadline


In partnership with Utah’s congressional delegation, the state emergency management division, and the Utah governor’s office, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) announced on March 17, 2020, that businesses in all 29 Utah counties are eligible to apply for low-interest loans through the Small Business Administration.

Terms of the SBA loans are as follows:

  • 3.75% interest rate for small businesses
  • 2.75% interest rate for nonprofits
  • Loan amounts up to $2 million per entity
  • Repayment terms up to 30 years

Businesses are encouraged to apply for Small Business Loans HERE Version OptionsCOVID-19 Business ResourcesBusiness ResourcesHeadline. Instructions on applying for the loans can be found HERE Version OptionsCOVID-19 Business ResourcesBusiness ResourcesHeadline. There’s no requirement for a FEMA number. Businesses can only check the "Economic Injury" section. The Utah disaster number is UT00066.

For more information on federal programs, click HERE Version OptionsCOVID-19 Business ResourcesBusiness ResourcesHeadline


The DWS provides services for employees and employers, including: 

  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Office of Child Care
  • Food Assistance
  • Employment Centers
  • And much more...

Click HERE  Version OptionsCOVID-19 Business ResourcesBusiness ResourcesHeadlinefor more information.