Dear HMCBA Members,
We want you to know that we are thinking about you, your employees, your family members and your companies during this strange time we are living in. If we, as your association, can help you out, please do not hesitate in contacting us - we are here to help. We are in constant contact with the Home Builders Association of Alabama voicing our concerns to keep the home building industry open, because it is such an important part of the economic engine of the city, county and state. When we hear vital information, we will relay it to you.
Many of our meetings over the next couple of weeks has been postponed, but we anticipate going back to “normal” soon. Please continue to read the HMCBA Membership Memo every Monday for important information. Again, if we can be of any assistance to you, please don’t hesitate in contacting us. We have reduced our office hours, but we are available for calls, emails and texts.
Wishing you the best and praying that we get back to normal business soon.
Scottie McCluskey Barry Oxley
President Executive Officer
Essential Worker Letter & Card: Click here to download HBAA's Essential Worker Letter template. Customize this letter and put on your company letterhead. They have also created an Essential Worker Card for you to customize & carry in your wallet. Click here to download the Essential Worker Card.
For information regarding the COVID-19 Employment Laws click here.
COVID-19 Exposure Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Plan for Construction:
There is so much to navigate with the changes in the economy, new labor laws and impacts to your business. We thought you might like this recourse website that was put together by Carr Riggs & Ingram who works with many Homebuilder Associations in the state. Topics include paid sick leave, Economic Stabilization Act, Business Stabilization and Business Interruption resources. Click here to access the information.
Small businesses are eligible for assistance under the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program.
Helpful NAHB Resources:
Madison County Engineering and Inspection Department are currently operating online-only for submission of subdivisions, new homes, and commercial construction permits. Use this link to apply for permits, schedule inspections, retrieve inspection results, and to pay application, permit and re-inspection fees.
The City of Huntsville and Madison will continue to keep their inspection departments open, but strongly encouraged everyone to do any business possible online.
We understand there is a lot of inaccurate and false information circulating around social media. We encourage our members to stay up to date with accurate information. Please refer to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention or Alabama Department of Public Health for accurate COVID-19 information and updates.