Moab COVID-19 Housing Relief Fund
The Moab COVID-19 Housing Relief Fund (Fund) is taking donations to provide emergency housing assistance to individuals and families in the Moab area who are experiencing financial hardship caused by the current Coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis. Priority will be given to those who have limited or no access to other types of relief. If you have any questions, please call the Housing Authority of Southeastern Utah at 435-259-5891.
You may make an online donation below or you may mail a check to PO Box 55 Moab, Utah 84532. Checks should be made out to "MVMC" with Moab COVID-19 Housing Relief Fund in the memo line.
Note: 100% of funds will go to the Fund, not to MVMC.
As official programs are being constructed, many locals are meeting the needs of their friends and neighbors. Dave Bierschied of Moab Realty has established a donation program. Please see these links if you can help in any way, and let's be sure all of us in Grand County have what we need!
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Within the recent SE Utah Health District Order, the following general protocols were provided. Businesses are encouraged to consult the CDC and OSHA guidelines above for more comprehensive information about operating safely.
o Section 5. General Protocols for All Businesses. Effective immediately, all commercial establishments shall comply with the following regulations:
● Implement social distancing (six feet) measures in communal areas of the establishment.
● Staff who have to take cash or credit cards are encouraged to use cleansing measures, including best practices issued by the CDC, between transactions. Cash transactions are discouraged, but not prohibited.
● Management must ensure, on a daily basis, that no employee who presents symptoms of illness will be permitted to work.
● Members, guests, patrons, or customers who present symptoms of illness shall be excluded from the establishment.
● Management shall post signage approved by the CDC which advises patrons of COVID-19 protocols.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Guidance on Preparing Workplaces https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3990.pdf
Other Coronavirus Resources from the State of Utah https://coronavirus.utah.gov/coronavirus-resources/
This site was established to provide you with links to information that may assist you during the COVID-19 period.