Mammoth Lakes Chamber Mid-Week Update – March 15, 2023
Mid-Week Update for
Mammoth Lakes Businesses
2023 Winter Critical Snow Removal
The Town of Mammoth Lakes (TOML) is collating a list of residential property/business owners or renters who have a critical need to clear their roof from excessive snow and/or to gain access and clear their propane tank as a primary heating source. The Town will prioritize the requests based on critical life safety needs and will contact the individual with further information if resources become available. If you need assistance, please complete and submit the form online.
In addition, TOML has provided information regarding building damage resulting from heavy snow and potential contractors that can assist with snow removal. Find that information here.
Winter Storm Damage Survey
In addition to TOML’s form, the Mono County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) has developed a survey to collect information from property owners and businesses who have experienced damage to their property/properties as a result of the recent series of storms.
The collected data will be used to estimate total damages countywide and determine if enough damage occurred to qualify the region for disaster assistance, such as low interest disaster loans from the Small Business Administration for those who are uninsured or underinsured. Completing the form does not guarantee the region or the property owner will be eligible to receive disaster assistance.
Mono County OEM is hoping to collect information from local businesses and residents on damages and other unmet needs no later than Saturday, April 15, 2023.
TBID Renewal Now Live
The Mammoth Lakes Tourism Business Improvement District is now live for renewal. The TBID has been in place since 2013 and in the past 10 years the resources provided have allowed MLT to educate visitors, fill in shoulder seasons for businesses and has generated millions of extra funds for the Town of Mammoth Lakes to invest in workforce housing, recreation infrastructure and programs for our visitors and residents.
Complete information on the TBID can be found at www.MLTBID.com – businesses are asked to print the petition, fill out and sign it and email it back [email protected] no later than March 28, 2023. If you have further questions, or would like MLT to come pick up your petition, please reach out to John Urdi at [email protected] or 760-934-2712 ext. 1259.
New HR Resources for Members
We are excited to announce our new partnership with Eastern Sierra Counseling and Consulting (ESCC) for Human Resources (HR) consulting and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services as a Chamber Member benefit. The Mammoth Lakes Chamber will cover up to one hour of HR services for our members annually. Any work outside of the one hour would need to be contracted directly with ESCC at a reduced Chamber Member rate.
For details on this new benefit, as well as other employee resources available in our community, join us at our Power Lunch Wednesday, March 22 at noon at Puerto Vallarta.
Power Lunch Details & Registration Here
Winter Weather Resources
With these winter storms, there is a lot of information going around. We have compiled some of the most important resources in a blog to help you stay up-to-date on weather, road closures, and updates from the Town of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, Mammoth Mountain, and public transportation.
As business owners, we encourage you to share this information however it fits your needs. Please share, whether it’s directing guests to the blog or re-sharing our posts on social media. The best way to get the most accurate information is directly from the source, which is why we are providing this information.
In addition, we will do our best to share business closures through our Instagram during storm cycles. Simply tag Mammoth Lakes Chamber in your post or stories.
(From Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce)