127 Pages of Creative Ideas
May 27, 2020: Weekly update for Project Rebound, our area's team effort for economic recovery in Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
Seven industry-specific teams have submitted their initial findings to the Project Rebound steering committee. Our wonderful facilitators and scribes compiled all the data from 17+ meetings into 127 pages of thoughtful commentary and creative thinking.
The teams' incredible collaborative efforts during the last few weeks have encouraged and inspired many people in our area and beyond.
The project is on track to publish a report on these initial findings in early June. We've also begun to identify some potential action steps that could get underway before the full report is released. More details coming soon.
Governor Northam Announces Face Covering Requirement and Workplace Safety Regulations – Press release May 26
Printable signage and resources from Virginia Department of Health (VDH) – scroll down
Printable signage from Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
How to Clean and Disinfect Your Facility from CDC
COVID-19 Local Action Tracker from National League of Cities
Forward Virginia: Phase One – Guidelines for all business sectors
Project Rebound engages business leaders to share insights, identify challenges, and build actionable strategies to restore the local economy in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. Project Rebound is led by the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with economic development partners at the University of Virginia, Albemarle County, and the City of Charlottesville.
Questions? Please contact project manager Andrea Copeland-Whitsett.