Resources for navigating COVID-19 in your landscape company.

As we deal with the evolving situation regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, ALCC is committed to sharing information and resources to support the landscape industry.

We are sharing information as it arrives on our blog. As a member of the landscape community please join ALCC in donating PPE to healthcare workers (click here for more information).

Be sure to watch our webinar Navigating COVID-19 – An ALCC Member Discussion (recorded on March 25, 2020). You will be asked for your contact information before receiving the link.
Click here to access the webinar link!
We've also gathered additional resources from around the web, provided here for your reference:

Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Questions and Answers (Read the full act)

Colorado Health Emergency Leave with Pay (“Colorado HELP”) Rules (and FAQs)

NALP's Coronavirus resource page

AmericanHort's Coronavirus resource page

OSHA COVID-19 web page

OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 (PDF)

CDC COVID-19 guidance for companies

CDC COVID-19 resources in English, Spanish and Chinese

OSHA COVID-19 information for companies

US Department of Labor Wage & Hour Division resources regarding COVID-19

US Small Business Association Coronavirus resources page

Resources from America's Small Business Development Center network

The deadline to file taxes has been extended for individuals and businesses (to July 15, 2020)

CDC's Coronavirus page

The President's Coronavirus Guidelines for America (PDF)

Need to get in touch with us with questions or to share your own resources? Email us at [email protected].

You can also visit the NALP website for their list of Coronavirus Resources for Lawn Care and Landscape Companies.

NALP has created a summary document about the Families First Act & Expansion of Mandatory Paid Leave Provisions, which was signed into law this week. They also offer a list of questions and answers from their recent webinar.

NALP statement regarding the landscape industry and COVID-19

Additional resources for small businesses can be found at


ALCC is dedicated to supporting the industry during this time of incredible uncertainty This is why now, more than ever, it is so important to be a member of ALCC. Click here to learn more about membership and how to join or contact Tammy DiFalco to request additional information.