In case you missed them, here are some recent updates from Brookline Recreation, the Brookline Department of Public Health and the Economic Development Division.
Recreation Survey Live Now
Brookline Recreation has invited residents to fill out a brief survey related to programming as it works to plan for future offerings with the impacts of COVID-19 in mind.
To complete the survey, click here.
#ShopBrookline Storefront Signage Program
In partnership with the Brookline business community, the Town of Brookline has created a coordinated storefront signage program to fill Brookline’s commercial areas with bright, positive messaging and clearly communicate how Brookline businesses are open for business during COVID-19. Read the full #ShopBrookline Sign Program Press Release here.
Storefront signs, which are 18×24 inches and free to Brookline businesses, are now available. Request a sign for your storefront here. A #ShopBrookline social media kit will also be available soon.
Participating businesses can be included in the Brookline Chamber of Commerce’s Open for Business Database by submitting the following information to Debbie Miller (email@example.com), the Chamber’s Executive Director:
- Business name
- Business type (i.e. restaurant, service, retail, or nonprofit org)
- Sign type requested (i.e. Delivery and/or takeout, Online offerings, We are open, Be back soon)
- Business website
- Business Email (optional)
- Business Phone (optional)
- Short description of how your business is currently open
Health Department Distributes Free Masks
On Thursday, May 7, representatives from the Health Department visited highly-traffic areas of town to distribute free masks to those in need of one.