Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Information & Resources

We are here to help and support our local industries and community members. We have compiled the below links and information to help you navigate through this period of uncertainty. Together, we can mitigate these incredible challenges and continue long-term success. 

Beginning Monday, March 30, TNECD is hosting the SBA for twice-daily webinars for SBA-loan related inquiries, Monday through Friday.
 
  • 9a CT/10a ET: TORNADO Recovery (that may also be COVID-19 impacted) – disaster and economic injury for businesses of any size, nonprofits, homeowners, renters
  • 3p CT/4p ET: COVID-19/Coronavirus impacted small businesses – economic injury loans
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  • Small businesses impacted by COVID-19 can apply for SBA Paycheck Protection Program loans starting Friday, April 3
  • Forgivable SBA loans are designed to help small businesses keep their workforce employed
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Governor Lee has established a website specific to COVID-19 updates. It also contains info on drive-through testing sites across Tennessee.

Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Small businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves healthy.

Tax Filing and Payment Extension for Franchise and Excise Tax

Plan, Prepare & Respond to COVID-19

If your business is reducing hours or closing due to COVID-19 you may expedite the unemployment claim process for your employees by submitting an Employer-Filed Mass Claim.

If your employer filed a claim on your behalf, do not file an individual claim. If you are uncertain if your employer has filed a claim, call your employer to confirm.

The fastest and most efficient way to file an unemployment claim is to go to www.Jobs4TN.gov. Due to the high volume of claims because of the COVID-19 emergency, if you file with any other method you could significantly delay the processing of your claim.

Tennessee Grocers & Convenient Store Association, the Retail Association, and Hospitality TN partnered with the TN Department of Labor and Workforce Development to quickly connect job seekers to hiring companies in the grocery, retail, and logistics industry. 

The Tenn. Department of Human Services (TDHS) is making essential financial resources available to families that have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 emergency.  Beginning 10 A.M. CST Thursday, March 26, families can begin applying, online, for up to two months of emergency cash assistance if they were employed as of March 11, 2020, and they’ve lost employment or at least 50% of their earned income as a result of the pandemic.

Manufacturers are coming together to share their best practices.  Here is a summary of those best practices. 
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Fayetteville-Lincoln County
Industrial Development Board



The Fayetteville-Lincoln County Industrial Development Board’s objective is to help grow the industry in Lincoln County. We have multiple tools ranging from PILOTs (payment in lieu of taxes) to TIFs (tax increment financing) that can help facilitate local expansion and new development. There are numerous other financing tools offered through the state of Tennessee, USDA, ECD, and more that we can help you utilize. We have two industrial parks strategically located on both sides of the community and are located on four-lane highways with all utilities easily accessible.

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FLC Industrial Park - Lot 2 

Located in a master-planned industrial park, this site is directly served by US Highway 64, a major four-lane highway in southern Tennessee with access to Interstate 65. Here, you will find 17 acres prepared to accommodate future industrial development. Lot 2 is fully served by industrial-grade utilities, this site is well suited for numerous small to medium-sized industrial prospects.
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SOLD - Spec Building - SOLD

Construction is complete of a 320' x 250' Spec Building to provide industry an option to quickly locate in Fayetteville. This building is 80,000 sq. ft. and can be expanded to over 160,000 sq. ft. There are four dock doors with levelers. The column spacing is two 75' exterior bays with one 100' interior bay. The building has a sprinkler system, fiber, gas, water, and sewer. This facility located 38 miles from Huntsville, AL and 65 miles from Nashville, TN is centrally located. 
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SOLD - LOT 4 Industrial Park - SOLD

Fayetteville - Lincoln County 
Industrial Park – Lot 4 

Located in a master-planned industrial park, this site is directly served by US Highway 64, a major four-lane highway in southern Tennessee with access to Interstate 65.

Here, you will find 30 acres prepared to accommodate future industrial development. A prime lot with direct visibility from Highway 64 and fully served by industrial-grade utilities, this site is well suited for numerous small to medium-sized industrial prospects.
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