SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ -Businesses in the county are working hard to open to patrons. While some have been open with a modified experience; phone or internet orders, curbside pick up or delivery, the governor’s most recent executive order will allow a further opening.
The Sussex County Chamber of Commerce together with the Sussex County Economic Development Partnership have created an interactive map to be used by businesses and customers. According to an announcement of the project the Sussex County Department of Engineering and Planning’s Bill Koppenaal was also involved in creating the map.
Businesses can update their current status, with information about their location and hours. Patrons can check on their favorite places before heading out.
In an announcement about the tool, President of the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Partnership Tammie Horsfield said, “This is a true partnership. Every business should post itself there.”
Sussex County Freeholder Josh Hertzberg said in the announcement, ““It will be a great tool to help residents and businesses; and will complement the amazing work our County Economic Development Partnership is doing to help the business community. We will continue to be partners with our local businesses and will continue to try and be innovative in our approach to business development.”