Adams County debuts COVID restaurant listing

Staff Report
Posted 4/27/20

Adams County hopes a new website will make it easier for residents find local restaurants offering delivery and takeout. The county debuted the new website, AdCo to Go, April 23 via the link …

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Adams County debuts COVID restaurant listing

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Adams County hopes a new website will make it easier for residents find local restaurants offering delivery and takeout.

The county debuted the new website, AdCo to Go, April 23 via the link http://adamscountycovid19.org/adco-to-go. That address pulls up links to a digital map of the county showing a restaurants that are serving food during the stay-at-home orders as well as printable listings of restaurant open in each community.

Adams County has partnered with economic development and chamber organizations throughout the region to create AdCo To Go. This program, developed by the Business Support Response and Recovery Team, connects open restaurants with residents.

“Restaurants, bars, and coffee shops are more than just places we go to eat, they are critical community spaces,” Adams County Commissioner Mary Hodge said. “They allow us to make connections with friends, family, and co-workers. We are excited about AdCo To Go and its ability to support these establishments.”

Hodge is the chair of the county’s business support team.

Local establishments that are not listed are encouraged to sign up at the site to be included and to receive information and support for additional funding during this time.

AdCo To Go will continue to evolve and may include marketing and outreach support for participating establishments.

For more information on this program or other COVID-19 related resources, please visit adamscountycovid19.org. In addition to the website, residents and businesses can email questions and comments regarding the county’s response to COVID-19 at covidquestions@adcogov.org.

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