Image default

New State of Oregon Wildfire-Affected Business Information

The Small Business Navigator provides current information for businesses affected by Covid-19 and wildfires. Call them at 833-604-0880. Additional wildfire-related information can be found at

In response to a federal disaster declaration, the Small Business Administration is accepting applications for federal disaster loans to businesses and private nonprofits in Clackamas, Douglas, Jackson, Klamath, Lane, Lincoln, Linn and Marion counties. Find more information here.

Affected by wildfire, winds, and smoke? If you’re concerned about your business/nonprofit registry with Secretary of State Corporation Division, just email

Wildfire Resources for Employees

The Oregon Employment Department is currently working with FEMA and the U.S. Department of Labor to implement Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) for those affected by the Oregon wildfires. The agency is waiting for federal approvals. Employees impacted by the wildfires can get information about unemployment here.

Free Small Business Training & Resources

The Small Business Advocacy Team regularly conducts free, educational seminars online. These seminars are available for anyone to attend. Recordings of presentations are available on our YouTube channel. Register to participate in a live webinar online.

Learn about topics ranging from Covid-19 resources for businesses to the difference between independent contractors and employees. Doing business from home? Check out the webinar on Business Licenses and Home Occupations.

If you have questions or concerns about state or local government, contact the Small Business Advocacy Team or visit their website

E-Notices for your business

You’ve been asking for the Secretary of State to  email reminders to file your annual report and/or renew your Assumed Business Name instead of mailing them through USPS.

To opt in for emailed or email and paper reminders, go online to this website or click on the image to the right. Choose Sign Up Now and follow the prompts. Our system sends you a validation email. Follow the instructions in the email to validate, and then you’ll be set up. Email with questions. 

Must Read

Rogue Valley News, Monday 6/21 – Over 200,000 Plants Seized as Illegal Marijuana Search Warrants Served In Josephine County, Strange Twist in North Bend Murder Case

Renee Shaw

Rogue Valley News, Wednesday 5/4 – Juvenile Suspect Arrested After Making Threats Towards Shady Cove Elementary School, Trial Set For Suspect In Second Fire Set In Phoenix 2020

Renee Shaw

Rogue Valley News, Monday 1/25 – Jackson County Surpasses 15,000 COVID Vaccinations, Cat Reunited with Family After Being Lost Near Diamond Lake for Months

Renee Shaw