Unemployment in Gilbert rose to 8.2% in July, according to statistics from the Arizona Commerce Authority
Gilbert has met the town’s budgeted sales tax revenue projections for the year after a stronger-than-anticipated financial report from May, officials said.
Unemployment in Gilbert rose to 8% in June, according to statistics from the Arizona Commerce Authority.
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Small businesses within Maricopa County, excluding Phoenix and Mesa, can apply for COVID-19 relief grants up to $10,000 from July 9-31.
Gilbert’s sales tax collections for May approached $8 million, putting the town less than $1 million away from its budgeted total for 2019-20 with a month to go in the fiscal year.
Unemployment in Gilbert fell to 7% in May, according to statistics from the Arizona Commerce Authority.
Unemployment in Gilbert jumped to a record 11.3% in April, according to statistics from the Arizona Commerce Authority.
A large percentage of businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, and while some home contractor and service businesses in Gilbert have followed that trend, others are seeing an uptick in need
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors tentatively approved May 18 the county budget for fiscal year 2020-21.
Plano-based J.C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection May 15, a move the company said would help it navigate the difficult business climate during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Nationwide sales of retail, food services plummet in March, April amid social distancing, stay-at-home orders
As many businesses are operating on decreased capacities or have shut down completely, one side effect is a dip in monthly sales for retail and food services.
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Unemployment numbers hit a record high in April, the highest level recorded since 1948, when these reports were first issued.
Q&A with the Arizona Restaurant Association: How COVID-19 has impacted the state restaurant industry
Steve Chucri, president and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association, answered questions about the impacts of COVID-19 on the state's restaurant industry.
A year after passing a billion dollar budget, the Gilbert Town Council passed a preliminary one for the coming fiscal year that dipped under that mark again
The governor spent time April 30 answering the questions of Arizona business owners.
Arizona will extend its “Stay home, stay healthy, stay connected order” until May 15 with modifications, Gov Doug Ducey announced April 29, one day before the order was set to expire.
The East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance suggested a phased-in approach to reopening the state’s economy in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, based on health metrics and safety concerns, in an April 24 memo to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.
Strong partnerships and years of smart financial decisions in Gilbert have put the town into a good place for economic recovery when the state reopens, Mayor Jenn Daniels said.
Gilbert Mayor Jenn Daniels said April 21 any decision to reopen the town will come in conjunction with other cities and Gov. Doug Ducey.
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As with much of the nation, Gilbert business owners are struggling to stay afloat while their customers hunker down at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
A $495 million street bonds package town officials anticipated putting before voters this fall likely will not appear before voters until the November 2021 ballot at staff’s recommendation.