To All West Seattle Business Stakeholders, The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce Government Advocacy Committee brings this "Call to Action" to your attention. Please share with your employees and business neighbors! This is a citywide effort. Please share with your business neighbors throughout Seattle. Your voice Small businesses have been hit the hardest in the Covid-19 pandemic and its subsequent economic crisis and will struggle for years to come. During this historic period, we are
PPE is Available! We are BURSTING with PPE! Now available for pickup at both the Chamber office AND the Senior Center. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange office pickup OR stop by the Senior Center, Monday thru Friday between 9AM - 4PM. Both locations have hand sanitizer, cloth masks and disposable masks.
The Government Advocacy Committee of the West Seattle Chamber has worked hard to secure "Low-bridge" passes for any Members who need to visit the ‘mainland’ for supplies. It is important that the pass only be used for this purpose. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of the passes given to the WS Chamber. The basics:Available to West Seattle Chamber Members.A reservation is required.12 hours notice needed.At Tom's Automotive: 2 reservation time slots available Monday - Friday; choose either
All Seattle business license tax certificates expire on December 31 and must be renewed annually. In 2016, City Council adopted Ordinance 125083, creating a new fee structure for the Seattle business license tax certificate. You will note that the first link below outlines the fee increases for 2017-2019, but fails to mention the fees for 2020 and beyond. The provided ordinance link below provides the details of the ordinance fee structure (2020 begins on page 6 of the ordinance
Pretax Commuter Benefit Program Must be in place by no later than July 1, 2019 - This legislation was passed by full council on 10/1/18. Legislation Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to employment in Seattle; requiring certain employers to offer employees the opportunity to use pre-tax earnings to purchase commuter benefits, other than parking, in accordance with federal law; adding a new Chapter 14.30 to the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC); and amending Sections 3.15.000 and 6.208.020 of the SMC. 2.