Pierce County Specific COVID-19 Information and Resources for Your Business

Updated February 2, 2020 at 2:16 PM.

This page is dedicated to providing Pierce County and community-specific information. For general COVID-19 information and links, please return to our main page. You can also find more information on our Washington focus page and our nationally focused page.

Pierce County COVID-19 Testing

Program currently on hold to fulfill existing requests. Please keep checking the Pierce County page for updates. 

Pierce County brings FREE testing to you with mobile testing stations in the community. Identification is NOT required. Results are available in 24-48 hours.

Locations and more information here.

Pierce County CARES Report

Economic Stabilization & Recovery Programs Report 

Pierce County Safe Start

Current COVID-19 restrictions are in place until January 4, 2021.

Pierce County has created a page dedicated to information for businesses and residents, including an easy to share and post infographic.

You can find all of their information on the Pierce County Safe Start Page.

Rapid Response South Sound

Rapid Response South South

The EDB and Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber have teamed up to create the Rapid Response South Sound. The response team and their panel of experts are here to answer all of your COVID-19 related questions for the next 90 days!
Head to the Rapid Response South Sound Website to learn more.

The Milgard School – Students Assisting Businesses (SAB) Program

The Milgard School of The University of Washington Tacoma has launched a program called SAB (students assisting businesses). Through this program student interns are assigned to small local companies free of cost for about a month. Find more information about this program here.

Community News Resources

Local COVID-19 News Resources

Other Community Resources and Programs

Pierce County CARES: FREE PPE
Warehouse closed for the rest of the year, distribution will resume January 8, 2021.
Pierce County is offering FREE Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to businesses physically located in Pierce County to help them comply with COVID-19 worksite-specific safety practices in order to protect employees and customers.

Announcements and Press Releases

Specific Information Resources and Quick Guides

Webinars and Other Tools

Aerospace Business Resources Webinar

Contact the EDB

If you come across additional information please send it to us and we will share it.

PIERCE COUNTY WA economic development Maddie Merton edb staff

Maddie Merton

Vice President for Business Retention and Expansion

Contact Maddie