Supporting Social Distancing

A Message from Premier

At Premier Workspaces, the health and well-being of our employees, clients, and guests is paramount.  With a focus on private offices, our centers are already designed for social distancing, but we're taking additional steps. Our team has been hard at work developing a plan that will allow us to continue to be present for the businesses and communities we serve.  This site contains our on-site plan, remote solutions, helpful links to resources for small business, and updates on government restrictions.

Our Supporting Social Distancing Plan

You’ll notice several small changes to the Center’s operations and some modifications to our rules and regulations as a result of the new requirements and recommendations related to the COVID-19 pandemic. These new policies and procedures are based on four simple elements - distance, safety, cleaning, and support. You can download the detailed plan here or view the plan summary below.  


We've taken additional steps to assist with social distancing throughout the Center:
  • New social distancing requirements in place. 
  • Meeting room occupancy has been reduced to 50% capacity.
  • Floor markers have been added.
  • Seating has been adjusted.



Collectively, everyone within the Center will need to follow basic rules in common areas and meeting rooms:
  • Masks are requested for entry.
  • Touchless signing and package collection.
  • No open or shared food.


Cleaning is a high priority. We’re adding new cleaning processes and increasing the frequency throughout the day:
  • Enhanced evening janitorial.
  • New opening and closing procedures.
  • Hourly common area inspection and cleaning
  • Meeting rooms disinfected after each use.


Our dedicated on-site team is here for you.  We also setup a feedback form at the bottom of this page.
  • Please ask questions as they come up.
  • We'll let you know about important changes as they come up.

Remote Work Solutions

We're delighted to offer clients a selection of remote and virtual work solutions that can be easily customized.  To learn more about our virtual programs for new clients, view virtual office options here.

Mail Scanning & Forwarding

Call Forwarding and Voicemail


Information Technology

National Locations with Restrictions

As the situation is rapidly changing, we recommend you review the relevant recommendations and restrictions for your area.  The New York Times provides a comprehensive guide at the link below.  

California Locations with Restrictions

View restrictions by county.

COVID-19 Business Resources



U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

  • Paycheck Protection Program, Economic Injury Disaster Loans, SBA Debt Relief, Express Bridge Loans, Government Contracting, Local Assistance
  • Phone: 800-659-2955
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
  • Tax Deadline Changed: "The deadlines to FILE and PAY federal income taxes are extended to July 15, 2020."
  • "Stimulus payment checks: No information available yet, No sign-up needed"
U.S. Department of Labor
  • COVID-19 and the American Workspace - Families First Coronavirus Response Act Fact Sheets
U.S. Department of Education 
  • Coronavirus and Forebarance Info for Students, Borrowers, and Parents
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • "HUD Provides Immediate Relief for Homeowners"



  • Arizona COVID-19 Business Resources Page






  • Los Angeles County


  • State Employer Requirements/Resources 
  • California Capital Access Program (CalCAP)
  • California Businesses and Employers
  • Colorado COVID-19 Business Resource Center
  • Illinois COVID-19 Business Resource Center 
  • COVID-19 Information and Resources
New York
  • New York City Financial Assistance Programs
  • Resources for Economic Support
  • Texas Small Business Support
Washington (State)
  • COVID-19 resource list for impacted Washington businesses 


Questions or Feedback?  Please contact us.