Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce
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On behalf of the Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce, welcome to Mexico, Missouri!
Mexico is a growing, active community located in Audrain County in northeast central Missouri. I invite you to spend some time on our website so you too can “Discover the Mexico Difference!”
Mexico’s greatest asset is our citizens….hard working, progressive, ethical, friendly, and caring. We have excellent public and private educational facilities, over 35 churches of all denominations, an outstanding public library, a historical museum complex, beautiful parks, a historic theatre and performing arts center, abundant activities for the avid outdoorsman, and organized programs and activities for all sports and all ages.
As host to numerous national and international manufacturers and home to many locally managed or owned businesses, we offer job opportunities to those looking for life at its best.
We work hard as a Chamber of Commerce to be the pulse of the community, assisting all to provide services that will nurture and encourage our businesses and strengthen our community.
Visit Mexico and see what we have to offer.
Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce
Chamber Office Location
Message from Dana Keller and helpful resources regarding COVID-19
If your organization has taken special preparedness measures, is closing or changed hours of operation, please let us know and we will share as much as we can on the Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook Page.
Please remember this will be a direct hit for our small businesses, support them in any way that you can!
CDC Guidelines for employers :https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A//www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/guidance-business-response.html
If you anticipate a temporary layoff it is critical to contact the Missouri Department of Labor before taking action. They will help you develop a strategy and may offer some assistance but are unable to help if the layoff has already started. They also can assist with mass claims.
The US SBA will have Small Business Emergency Disaster Loans available.
Stay prepared and healthy! Call if we can help!
COVID-19 Missouri 24/7 Hotline – (877) 435-8411
- For information about employer tax rate calculations and the impact of benefit charges, please call (573) 751-1995 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To file for or manage unemployment claims click here.
- Missouri Department of Labor is available 24/7, by phone to assist with a mass claim. Employers are asked to register on-line if you have not already at https://labor.mo.gov/
- Click here for unemployment insurance benefits FAQ’s
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- Disaster Loans
- The SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters. To apply for a disaster loan, click here.
- The Missouri Hospital Association, in conjunction with the MO DHSS, is reaching out to see if any businesses or organizations have access to the supplies listed below and would consider donating to Missouri hospitals.
- Items most needed include:
- Surgical masks
- N95 Respirators
- Protective gowns
- Face shields
- Safety glasses
- Hand sanitizer
- Sanitizing wipes
- Thermometer probes
- Disposable gloves – sterile and non-sterile
- Nasal swabs
- Reagents, viral medium
Is your business open during the COVID-19 Restrictions?
Add your business to the list that are open but maybe operating with special restrictions on the Mexico Chamber of Commerce website.
NOTE: This form is to add Audrain County businesses only. We will publish the list of restaurants on Mexico and Fulton Takeout Restaurant Guide Facebook page which can be accessed here.