Skip to main content

The City of Scottsdale’s ‘Good To Go’ Program Looks to Help Businesses In Need

 

Scottsdale, AZ (March 25, 2020) - - The City of Scottsdale and the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce have launched an initiative to help raise awareness of restaurants and retail businesses that remain open to serve residents during COVID-19 Federal, State and local social distancing recommendations.

Scottsdale Good To Go banners are being made available free of charge to businesses that are open and providing services.  Participating businesses can choose from one of three banner options that fit their services. Those options include announcing their business is open for takeout, delivery or simply just open for business with latter designed for non-restaurant establishments.  To further assist,  the City of Scottsdale is waiving the standard $30.00 banner permit fee until the end of April 2020.   

“The City of Scottsdale and Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce have collaboratively launched this program to support businesses that are open and serving our residents during COVID-19.  While all of our businesses and residents are affected by this international pandemic, small businesses are particularly impacted while they work to stay open and provide food and other essential services to our community during this difficult time,” says Rob Millar, City of Scottsdale Economic Development Director.

Banners are limited and will be made available free of charge on a first come first served basis.  The City of Scottsdale may suspend or terminate the program at any time and without notice.

To participate, please visit www.scottsdaleaz.gov/codes/signs/banners or email signs@scottsdaleaz.gov for additional information.

###

About Scottsdale:

Scottsdale is one of the state’s leading job centers, with a diverse economy built on medical research, high-tech innovation, tourism and corporate headquarters. Scottsdale is home to nearly 18,000 businesses supplying over 150,000 jobs. The ASU SkySong Innovation Center, located just a few miles from Downtown, is designed to help companies grow through a unique partnership with nearby Arizona State University. The Scottsdale Cure Corridor is a partnership of premier health care providers and biomedical companies seeking to advance medicine and patient care through cutting-edge research. For more information, visit www.choosescottsdale.com.

#Scottsdalegoodtogo #Pressrelease #Scottsdale


IN THE NEWS

Zillow Group opens southwest hub in Phoenix area
AZCommerce

Read More

Scottsdale named among top 10 happiest cities in the nation
KTAR

Read More

The 10 best cities to find a job in 2019
CNBC

Read More

Scottsdale, Arizona Is Becoming a Hotspot for Jobs
Careers in Government

Read More

STUDY: Scottsdale ranks No.1 in U.S. for job seekers
AZCentral

Read More

Valley city the nation's top place for job seekers, study says
Phoenix Business Journal

Read More

Cure Corridor – Research & Bio-Science Continues as a Top Economic Drivers for Scottsdale in 2018
In Business Greater Phoenix

Read More

Scottsdale healthcare jobs growing at twice the national average
AZ Big Media

Read More

2019’s Best Cities for Jobs
WalletHub

Read More

What defines the local Cure Corridor? An examination of the burgeoning bio-life sector
Scottsdale Independent

Read More