The Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District, K-PEDD for short, shared its Covid-19 survey results with the borough and local governments in the last couple weeks, and are now ready to start a follow up.
When the governor declared a Covid-10 state of emergency, Tim Dillon of K-PEDD issued a survey to businesses and nonprofits borough-wide to gauge their initial response to the hunkerdown mandates and other issues surrounding the emergency.
Now, KPEDD is collecting follow-up information to identify the economic impact Covid-19 is having on local businesses. This peninsula-wide confidential survey is open to responses effective immediately and closes at 7 p.m. on Friday.
If the survey looks familiar to those who’ve already taken it, don’t panic -- it has the identical questions to ensure an accurate comparison with last month’s results.