Resource Links


In an effort to ensure our Scottsdale Chamber and community members have as many resources as possible, we’ve created the following list of local, state and federal information. We will update this list as new information becomes available.

Business Resources for Covid

Member MarketSpace: Scottsdale chamber members share specials, if they offer take-out or delivery options, or share modified hours of operation.

Arizona Together, a statewide resource

A Comprehensive Guide for Arizona Small Businesses Affected by COVID-19 from Congressman Schweikert’s office


Chamber Webinars

Check out our YouTube channel for webinars regarding the business impact of COVID 19


Food Resource


Crisis Services

  • AZ Department of Economic Security Services Specific COVID-19 page with information on unemployment insurance benefits, services for the developmentally disabled, early intervention program, cash, medical, and nutrition assistance (food stamps), childcare assistance, short-term crisis service, and mortgage assistance.


Utilities- Assistance with bills including delayed shut-offs:

  • City of Scottsdale:  Residents experiencing a payment hardship should contact 480.312.2705

  • SRP customer assistance: 602.236.8888

  • APS COVID-19 Information: 602.371.7171




Regional Resources

Governors Office

Arizona Commerce Authority



Business Consultation Resources


    Access FREE business counseling from seasoned business executives. Over 100 business experts are standing by to help you with Business Planning, Franchising, Marketing, Funding, Copyrights, Patents, and Technology and Information Systems.

    To schedule an appt contact:

    Bill Morgan



  • Scottsdale Small Business Assistance Center

    Scottsdale’s Economic Development Department has a service aimed at assisting Scottsdale small businesses. The Scottsdale Small Business Assistance Center (SSBAC) serves as a virtual one stop shop for Scottsdale businesses looking for information on available business support programs and resources during the COVID-19 crisis.

    The SSBAC can be reached by texting 480-312-3111, emailing, or by visiting:

    Frequently Asked Questions