Welcome

East King County was the first COVID-19 epicenter in the nation. Our eastside businesses were hit first, and they were hit hard, and the effects of the pandemic have been monumental to recovery and resiliency efforts.

OneRedmond quickly scaled its OneEastside program to assist as many small businesses as possible. OneEastside SPARK continues this recovery work while expanding resiliency building efforts in collaboration with East King County’s 23 cities and towns; chambers of commerce; higher education; non-profits, and state and county government. We provide responsive programing and tools to address key areas of need amongst small businesses and non-profits in East King County as they evolve.

Eastside Businesses and Non-Profits: Show You’re Open for Business!

Connect with my small business peers

Join our Facebook group to connect with other small businesses owners and non-profits.

This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration

 

photo credits this page: Kirkland restaurant (Green Rubino)