KPEDD Seeks Input On COVID-19 Business Impacts
The Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District (KPEDD) is currently collecting information to identify the economic impact COVID-19 is having on businesses in the region. This peninsula-wide confidential survey will be open to responses effective immediately and close at midnight on Friday, March 27th.
The overall data will be used to identify the needs of the region for the state and federal governments and will be shared. Please consider not only completing the survey but also sharing the survey with all concerned via email, websites, social media platforms, and any other available networks.
Have questions? Contact Tim Dillon, executive director of KPEDD at [email protected].
Click here to take KPEDD’s COVID-19 survey: https://forms.gle/ewNGixhsaB2G3rDy9
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