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Welcome to the White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau.

White Lake Area COVID-19 Resources

To our valued White Lake area business owners, residents, and visitors:

We hope you are well and staying safe during these tumultuous times. In an effort to best serve you during the COVID-19 crisis, we’ve compiled a list of links to helpful resources below. If there is any other way that we can be of help, please reach out to us.

As the situation continues to develop, be sure to check back here or follow us on Facebook for important updates.


Local Municipalities & Government

Muskegon County Public Health

City of Montague Website

City of Whitehall Website

State of Michigan COVID-19 Response


Coronavirus Response Toolkit

This free toolkit from the Michigan Chamber of Commerce includes links to accurate, factual, and reliable resources for our members businesses such as:

  • the executive order
  • templates for essential employee and supplier letters
  • unemployment benefits
  • financial assistance for small business
  • federal legislation and benefit information
  • HR resources
  • Primary-resource COVID-19 information

Access the Coronavirus Toolkit here.


Free Webinars from the Michigan Chambers of Commerce

Register for a free account to access both live and on-demand webinars tackling COVID-19 business related topics.


Mandatory Update for Federal Posters

In response to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, there is a mandatory update for federal posters for the workplace. During the stay at home order, employers should post it in an intranet or email it to all employees. Once the order is lifted it must be posted through December 31, 2020. Download a copy of the new poster. Download a copy of the new poster.


Other COVID-19 Resources for Businesses

What Does the Stay at Home Order Mean? From the Michigan Chamber of Commerce

MEDC Resources for Michigan Small Business Relief Program

State of Michigan Unemployment Benefits


#BeTheAnchor Campaign

The White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce recently launched the #BeTheAnchor campaign: a community-wide initiative aimed at connecting with one another (from a distance) raising spirits during this challenging time. Visit our blog to learn how you join the effort.