Donelson Hermitage Chamber Plans & Policies
A Statement from the Donelson Hermitage Chamber President:
“We at the Donelson-Hermitage Chamber of Commerce are committed to continuing to serve you as we all navigate the challenges presented by the novel coronavirus outbreak. Though we have paused in-person gatherings at this time, we want to encourage you to continue to use our website and social media platforms as resources for finding help and connecting with the community.
We also want you to know that your Executive Committee continues to monitor public health guidance and discuss future Chamber events in light of what looks to be an extended period of reduced mass gatherings. Please check the Chamber website and calendar frequently for the latest updates.
Finally, we wish you all well and if there is anything we can do to assist your business, please do not hesitate to reach out. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to meeting with you again soon.
Neal and Harwell, PLC
2020 Donelson Hermitage Chamber President
The Chamber is currently in Phase 2 on our four-phase plan. During Phase 2, most businesses may open or increase capacity, and gatherings of over 25 persons are prohibited. In-person Chamber activities or meetings may resume at discretion of Committee Chairs with gatherings capped at 20 persons. No large in-person events (After-Hours, GMM, WIB luncheons, special events) will take place. The Chamber office staff will work in the office on a rotating basis. Members/guests are requested to call in advance of in-person visits and to wear a mask when visiting the office.
To review the full four-phase Chamber plan, please click the following:
Small Business Task Force Nashville
Metro Government has developed a Small Business Task Force to guide those seeking assistance with the Small Business Administration loans that are available to them from the March tornadoes and COVID-19 outbreak. This website is a collection of federal, state, local and private resources for small businesses to navigate these times. www.sbtfnashville.com
Metro Nashville has developed the following face-covering request signs as a free resource for business owners and operators. The signs, available in English and Spanish, should be placed at the entrance of all establishments.
Davidson County Information
To combat the spread of the COVID-19, the Metro Public Health Department has issued a “Safer at Home” Order directing all residents of Nashville and Davidson County to stay inside their homes unless they are engaged in certain “essential activities.” When you are outside of your home for necessary tasks, please remember to stay at least 6 feet away from others and practice healthy hand and respiratory hygiene. The order remains in effect until May 8th at 11:59 p.m. For more information, please visit the following link:
Area Employers Currently Hiring
For more job placement opportunities, please visit the following links:
https://www.jobs4tn.gov/vosnet/Default.aspx (Due to high volume, this website does take a few minutes to load.)
If your business is currently hiring, please log in and create a job posting via the Member Information Center or email our office with information on how candidates can apply.
Support Our Member Businesses
We have put together a list of member businesses that are considered essential and currently operating under the State and County “Safer at Home” order. This is a great time to support a local member business. To view/download the list, please click HERE.