County of Brant Launches A Business Map Connecting Residents to Local Services
County of Brant, ON – The County of Brant has released an interactive map of local businesses who are offering services to the Brant community.
“In light of COVID-19 health emergency, local businesses have had to quickly adapt how they connect with and serve the community. Many local businesses have modified their service to incorporate delivery, curb-side pickup and physical distancing,” said Russell Press, Director of Economic Development and Tourism. “The map, which can be accessed at www.brant.ca/BrantWorksTogether, features information about these local businesses and includes restaurants, grocery stores, retail stores, pharmacies and more.”
On the map, business locations are geographically pin-pointed showing their address, contact information and additional service information. As well, users can sort information based on what category of business they want to learn more about.
Local businesses that are considered essential workplaces under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act are also encouraged to reach out to the County of Brant Economic Development team to submit their information if they wish to be featured on the map. Local business information can be sent to email@example.com. Please provide: name of the business, phone number, website, address, delivery/Pick-up options, and special hours for seniors/vulnerable individuals (if applicable).
“Shopping local is a fantastic way to support our community and neighbours through this challenging time,” said Press. “We are so impressed with how well the local businesses were able to adapt. It is definitely a testament to the business’ resiliency.”
To learn more, visit www.brant.ca/BrantWorksTogether.