Santa Rosa County launches essential business guide

Santa Rosa County launches essential business guide

Santa Rosa County has launched a searchable online map of restaurants and other essential businesses that are open and serving the public. Restaurant dining rooms and lobbies may be closed for now, but takeout, delivery, curbside service or other options may be available. Residents can go to www.santarosaready.com/open and search by location and business type to find restaurants and other open businesses nearby.

Many local businesses have been impacted by the pandemic. This tool is intended to help support local businesses while also providing useful information to county residents.

“We continue to stand by our local businesses in Santa Rosa County and this new tool will allow our residents to re-connect with the businesses they love,” said Shannon Ogletree, Santa Rosa County Economic Development Executive Director.

Managers of restaurants and other essential businesses are encouraged to check their listing for updated information and to register their business if it is not included. Send any updated information to ESF18@santarosa.fl.gov. Pharmacies, grocery stores, banks and other essential businesses in Santa Rosa County should also register.

Visit the site hosted by Santa Rosa County Economic Development at www.santarosaready.com/open. For questions, contact Santa Rosa Economic Development Office, (850) 623-0174.

About Santa Rosa Economic Development Office

Santa Rosa Economic Development Office is a department of Santa Rosa County, Florida tasked with improving the area's economy through the attraction and retention of new employment opportunities and capital investments. To learn more about how this office can help a business grow in Santa Rosa County, visit www.santarosaedo.com. Let us work for you!

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