What’s open? COVID

Open in Seattle: Is your business providing essential services related to food during the coronavirus outbreak?

On March 15, 2020, Washington's governor laid out new rules forcing many Food & Beverage businesses to close.  One problem now is that people don't necessarily know if your business remains open or how your operations have changed.

Open in Seattle is a free, public reporting system to centralize collection of this much-needed information and to disseminate it back to the community through all necessary channels and means.   Restaurants, grocers, caterers, cafes, food banks, farmers/producers please follow directions below - it takes 3 minutes and you are good to go.

You can help local food companies who are working hard to stay open by sending them a link to the Open in Seattle Reporting Form.   Thank you!  They will surely appreciate it.

Open in Seattle Reporting Form - here's the link: 

"https://form.jotform.com/200656299801055"

View Open in Seattle Reports:

https://www.jotform.com/grid/200657190184050

Download Open in Seattle Data in CSV:

https://www.jotform.com/csv/200656792572058

Open in Seattle RSS Feed - here's the link:

https://www.jotform.com/rss/200776759681065

For help, contact us.

For help, contact us.

Embed Reporting Form:  Include reporting form directly into your website with this script. 

Embed Results:  Include list of WA Food & Beverage businesses operating during the coronavirus outbreak in WA state with this code.  

Collected data is made available freely to the public, media, trade organizations, companies, and nonprofits like: Seattle Restaurant Alliance, WA Hospitality Association, Seattle Times, Eater Seattle, 425 Magazine, Puget Sound Business Journal, The Stranger, KOMO News, KING5 News, KIRO7, Q13, Northwest Event Show, Seattle Dining, Seattle Made, Sustainable Seattle, Seattle Chamber of Commerce.