COVID-19 Business Resources
Open for business -- a DMVA guide
The Del Mar Village Association has compiled a guide to restaurants, retailers and service providers that remain open through a combination of online or telephone ordering, deliveries and curbside pick-up. DMVA updates the guide every day.
Free permitting for businesses to offer carry-out goods
The City of Del Mar is issuing free Temporary Use Permits to any restaurant or retail-related business that wishes to sell food, beverages or other goods to the public in a drive-through or carry-out manner.
The Temporary Use Permit will remain valid during the Local Emergency proclaimed by the City Council March 14, 2020,or until by further restrictions are imposed by the County or State.
Download a Temporary Use Permit application (PDF): https://www.delmar.ca.us/DocumentCenter/View/3829/Temporary-Use-Permit-Checklist-PDF
Fees will not be required. Email completed forms and direct questions to Adriana Jaramishian: 858-755-9313 or email@example.com
Government resources for businesses
U.S. Small Business Administration
Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention
Department of Labor OSHA
Internal Revenue Service
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
California Labor and Workforce Development Agency
California Employment Development Department
Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development
Department of Industrial Relations
Department of Tax and Fee Administration
Department of Public Health
Franchise Tax Board
Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank
California State Treasurer
Del Mar Village Association