OKC’s Adventure District partners continue to closely monitor the evolving Cornavirus (COVID-19) situation. Our attractions are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as our District Partner the OKC-County Health Department (OCCHD) recommendations on the prevention and spread of the virus. The safety of our visitors is our number one priority.

As we move forward we ask that you visit each individual attraction or businesses web site or call individually to check for hours of operation and new health and social distancing protocols that may be in place. For more information regarding the City of Oklahoma City’s emergency restrictions please click here.

 

Partner Resources

As we try to figure out our “new”,  but temporary, normal OKC’s Adventure District wanted to provide our partners with information that may need to help you and your business navigate through these tough times. We will continue to update this page as new information is available.

Resources

Oklahoma City’s Small Business Continuity Program for COVID-19 disaster relief begins Phase 2

Starting Aug. 4, Oklahoma City business owners and 501(c)(3) non-profits with 100 or fewer full time equivalent employees may go to okcSmallBizHelp.com to apply for COVID-19 disaster relief funds from the City of Oklahoma City’s Small Business Continuity Program. The program is accepting application.

Starting Aug. 4, Oklahoma City business owners and 501(c)(3) non-profits with 100 or fewer full time equivalent employees may go to okcSmallBizHelp.com to apply for COVID-19 disaster relief funds from the City of Oklahoma City’s Small Business Continuity Program. The program is accepting applications for a second phase, funded with $12M from the CARES Act.

The website includes information about qualifications and supporting documentation as well as an online application form. Only businesses and nonprofits located in Oklahoma City are eligible. Visit okc.gov/citylimits to see a map.

SBA Disaster Assistance (EIDL): UPDATE: The SBA Disaster Assistance Loan hit the $350 Billion limit on April 16, 2020 and is no longer accepting any more lenders or applications. SBA Disaster Assistance, via Economic Injury Disaster Loans, is now available. The SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters. Non-profits may now apply.

 

OKC Small Business Continuity Program: Intended to assist local small businesses in the retention of employees during a period of economic insecurity. $5.5 million funded from the 2017 General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds. Applications will be accepted April 6-17, 2020.

 

CARES Act Stimulus Package