City of Columbia Releases Second Survey Aimed at Reopening Local Businesses
May 05, 2020 11:21AM
By David Dykes
With the announcement of South Carolina reopening, city of Columbia officials released the Resilient Columbia Business Reopening Survey to seek input from local business owners and managers.
The survey will assess the time frame of reopening and new enhanced safety protocols, city officials said. The information is vital to understanding what practices are being implemented so the city can begin to time the promotion for a more widespread opening of the local business community, the officials said.
Business owners and managers can provide feedback through the survey available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Resilient_Columbia_Business_Re_Open_Survey or they can go to the Columbia Economic Development COVID-19 resource page at https://www.choosecolumbiasc.com/about/covid-19-resources/resilient-columbia-survey-two-reopening-businesses-safely/.
The survey will be open through Friday, May 15, 2020, city officials said. For questions, business owners and managers can contact Columbia Economic Development at 803-734-2700.