At the Frederick County Office of Economic Development, we take pride in our businesses. During the COVID-19 pandemic, our companies and organizations are still hard at work. They have proven that they are resilient, flexible, and creative. We have seen restaurants pivot to outdoor dining, retailers offer live video shopping, and manufacturers making PPE. These businesses are Still Making, Still Innovating, Still Serving, Still Farming, and Still Hiring. Every day, on our social media, we will introduce you to one business that helps make our community a great place to live and work.
Even through hardships, we are #StillFrederickCo.
EIDL is re-opened to all business types, the Main Street Lending Program has launched, and PPP closes on June 30th.
In partnership with Frederick Magazine, this year's Homegrown Frederick Magazine is now available. Featuring the best of what agriculture has to offer in Frederick County, this year's publication includes the state of agriculture, flower farms in bloom, hydroponics, and people to watch in agriculture. Do you want to be a farmer? Find out how in this issue!