The City of SeaTac announced Tuesday, April 28, 2020 that it is making it easier for residents to find small businesses that provide takeout or delivery in their neighborhoods, by joining a regional small business map project.
The new interactive mapping program joins SeaTac’s “Stay In. Eat Out” campaign launched earlier this month. The two “eat local” campaigns support the more than 50 restaurants, food trucks, convenience stores and ethnic markets that operate in the city. Many of those small businesses are struggling financially during the pandemic.
“Our small businesses are vital to the community,” said Mayor Erin Sitterley. “Even small purchases can help sustain these businesses. If you are able, please visit your “go-to” place to get something to go or try something new.”
Visitors and residents can also support the businesses by buying gift cards.
The City of SeaTac will update the interactive map as more information becomes available. If you own a food-related business in SeaTac and information is missing on seatacwa.gov/local or has changed, please contact Aleksandr Yeremeyev at [email protected] or (206) 973-4843 or Tanja Carter at [email protected] or (206) 973-4838.
To learn more about the regional effort go to: https://durkan.seattle.gov/2020/04/city-of-seattle-expands-small-business-map-launches-supportpugetsoundsmallbiz-map-with-partner-cities-across-the-region/