COVID-19 UPDATE: Regional Small Business Food Guide Released
We’ve partnered with the City of Seattle and other cities and towns across the region to include Shoreline restaurants on a new, regional online resource, the #SupportPugetSoundSmallBiz map. The map shows residents small businesses and restaurants that offer takeout or delivery and support our local economy while still staying home and staying safe.
“I want to thank the City of Seattle for leading this effort,” stated Shoreline Mayor Will Hall. “If we want our favorite restaurants and coffee shops to be here in the future, we need to continue to support them now.”
To use the map, residents can enter their location or drop a pin and find all the available restaurants near them. Once they select their restaurant, they can place a takeout or delivery order directly through the app or can receive directions to the restaurant. The map also connects users directly to third-party delivery services like Uber Eats, DoorDash, and Caviar to easily patronize a restaurant. Seattle Information Technology (ITD) built the map, and staff from municipalities across the Puget Sound partnered with community leaders and small business owners to populate the map with businesses. Users can access the map here: Maps.seattle.gov/PugetSound/SupportSmallBiz.
Restaurant, bar, café, and brewery owners can enter their information into a brief survey to see their business appear on the public-facing map within minutes. To help ensure quality and consistent data, ITD has created an internal map and survey that business owners can use to enter their information. The City of Shoreline worked with Seattle to add many businesses to the map. If your delivery or takeout business is not yet included, please email at for email@example.com for instructions.
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