City of Boulder Extends Restaurant S.O.S. Free Delivery Until Funding Runs Out, Anticipated Through January 2021
The City of Boulder is extending the Restaurant S.O.S. Program to offer free delivery to both customers and restaurants through Nosh Boulder until funding runs out, anticipated at least through January 2021.
The Restaurant S.O.S. Program was launched in November to assist local restaurants and incentivize the community to support their favorite restaurants with delivery meals to enjoy food safer at home.
The delivery fees for both the participating restaurants and customers within Boulder city limits are paid by the city’s allocated federal CARES Act funds. Please visit Nosh Boulder to see the list of more than 70 Boulder restaurants available for delivery.
For more information about Nosh Boulder, please visit their webpage, boulder.noshdelivery.co. For more program details for both restaurants and for the general public, please visit the city’s frequently asked questions (FAQs) in both English and in Spanish. The Nosh Boulder app is available in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store.
Jennifer Bray, media relations, 720-413-4215
Julie Causa, media relations, 719-396-1733
Published Jan. 7, 2021