Businesses of all kinds have been affected by the flood. In addition to the individual assistance available, businesses may also qualify for a number of disaster assistance loans. Businesses also face unique challenges as it relates to equipment that needs to be restarted or assessed for safe operation post flood.

Disaster Recovery and Continuity Guide for Colorado Businesses

This guide is designed as a working guide that will direct Colorado businesses through the steps as you consider how to proceed post-disaster, as well as how to prepare for a possible threat or natural disaster. This guide offers structure and simple steps to help you through your recovery and planning process. We recommend you use this guide in conjunction with your local Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Certified Business Consultant.


Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance

Resources from the Small Business Administration for businesses impacted by recent flooding in Colorado and other natural disasters to assist in economic recovery and to get back on their feet.


Colorado Small Business Development Center Disaster Assistance

The Colorado SBDC Network is here to help businesses who have been affected by recent disasters in Colorado, including devastating wildfires and floods. Come to the SBDC for assistance with disaster loan applications, long-term planning, insurance navigation, physical and economic loss estimations, business preparedness and more. 


How to Restart Equipment After a Boil Water Order

Important steps to take after a water boil or bottled water advisory for your area to ensure all of your drinking water is safe.


What to do with Water Damaged Equipment

Information about home, commercial and industrial electrical equipment that has been water damaged. This resource includes considerations, temporary use and reconditioning.


Food Safety for Flooded Farms

Information, guidance and help about food, crop and produce safety for flooded farms and agriculture.