Latest Updates:

The Yountville Chamber of Commerce has instated an action plan for our members in response to COVID-19 and the issues our members are facing because of it.  Click here to read our action plan.

The State of California has issued a Shelter-At-Home order effective Thursday, March 19, 2020 indefinitely.  Click here to read the full order.  Click here for a list of essential businesses.

The County of Napa has issued a Shelter-At-Home order effective at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, March 20, 2020 through April 7, 2020 or until otherwise modified. Click here to read the full order.

We will be continually updating this post with a list of open businesses. If you have questions about a certain business please call them.

Tuesday, April 1 at 10:27 a.m. 


The Yountville Chamber of Commerce is making it a priority to continue educating ourselves with facts and authoritative resources. We are making daily evaluations of the current and potential effects of COVID-19 within our community and local economy. We are in close and frequent communications with local government, regional government, our biggest industry partners, and our small business community. Scroll down for a complete list of resources.

Disaster Relief Funding – For Businesses

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act – Video for Navigating the CARES Act

    1. Emergency Stabilization Fund
    2. SBA Coronavirus Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)
    3. SBA Business Interruption Loans (Paycheck Protection Program)
    4. SBA Express Loans
    5. Debt Relief for Small Businesses
    6. Tax Relief
    7. Federal Grants for Airports & Community Development Block Grants

Struggling to get started? The following questions might help point you in the right direction. Do you need:

Here is an easy to read infographic on the loans themselves.

Click here for detailed information on the CARES Act and additional financial resources during COVID-19.


Check out these links to find resources for Economic Injury through the Small Business Association, the U.S. Chamber, and CalChamber.


    Yountville Chamber COVID-19 Action Plan
    We are committed to be the #1 Resource for the Business Community during COVID-19. Click here to see our full Action Plan.
    Yountville Chamber Hosted Events

    Yountville Chamber of Commerce has postponed the below events and will notify registrants when a later date is scheduled.

    • Professional Development Seminar – Search Engine Optimization (SEO) on Wednesday, April 1, 2020
    • April Networking Mixer at Silverado Vineyards on Thursday, April 16, 2020
    • Membership Jubilee Business & Community Awards on Wednesday, May 6, 2020
    • Professional Development Seminar – Social Media Marketing on Wednesday, May 13, 2020
    Welcome Center

    The Yountville Welcome Center is currently closed and all volunteer staffing and activities have been paused.

    Yountville Chamber of Commerce

    The Yountville Chamber of Commerce operations will continue with full-time staff and are available by email at or phone (707) 944-0904.

    Yountville Chamber Marketing

    Marketing has paused all paid advertising, and overtly promotional and event-based messaging on social, email and earned media. We are implementing a strategy offering a moment of respite — from the news, childcare, home quarantine, and social distancing. Simultaneously, we are working on a local drive-market plan so we are ready to launch as soon as appropriate.


    Suggested Talking Points for Guests and Employees
    • The health and safety of our visitors, employees and our community is our top priority. We are in daily contact with public health authorities and are acting on the most up-to-date information on the evolving situation.
    • The Napa County Department of Health and Human Services indicates the current risk of infection in Napa County is moderate. Napa County remains with 0 confirmed cases.
    • The state has advised all those aged 65 or over OR those living with a chronic condition (such as heart disease, lung disease or diabetes) to isolate themselves at home.
    • Hand washing, covering coughs with your elbow or a tissue and staying home when sick are the most important things you can do to protect yourself and others.
    • Our 35-mile stretch offers endless opportunities to adventure outside and experience the beauty of the Napa Valley landscape, whether your Napa Valley respite includes a beautiful drive along the Silverado Trail, a hike in one of our state parks, a dip in hot-springs fed pool, or cycling along the Napa Valley Vine Trail.
    • It is an individual decision in determining the postponement of travel plans, we encourage guests to confirm reservations directly.
    • You can still purchase Napa Valley wine directly from your favorite winery, some are even offering virtual wine tasting experiences and local delivery. Many restaurants also offer local delivery and takeout. Hotels remain open.
    Visit Napa Valley’s Social Media Messaging Examples:

    We’re in this together. We at Visit Napa Valley understand now is not the best time to talk about travel as it is so important we practice safe social distancing. For now, we will continue to post beautiful photos on our platforms so that you might have a moment of happy distraction as you scroll through your social feeds. Each day we’ll try to serve up a moment of zen in the Napa Valley to lift your spirits during these trying times. And we want you to know that, when normal returns and when you’re ready, Napa Valley will be here to welcome you. Stay safe and healthy, friends.

    Wherever you are, take a breath and lift your spirits with a nature walk.

    Today’s happy distraction: a tulip patch in Rutherford reaches for the morning sun.

    We hope this photo makes you smile: marvelous mustard blanketing the vineyards in sunshine.

    Today’s moment of zen: the @ruddestate garden fountain. 🧘



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    Always go to trusted sources of information like or your state and local government’s official websites or social media accounts for instructions and information specific to your community.

    For more information on the coronavirus, please visit You can also visit our coronavirus (COVID-19) response page for more updates on the federal response. Follow state and local officials as well for instructions and information specific to your community.

    Myth: There is a national lockdown and the entire country will be quarantined for two weeks.
    Myth: FEMA has deployed military assets.
    Myth: I need to stockpile as many groceries and supplies as I can.
    Myth: I heard that the government is sending $1,000 checks. How do I sign up?
    Myth: Only those over 60 years of age and those with existing health problems are at risk from the Coronavirus.









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