COVID-19

 The Town of Riverview continues to actively monitor the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, and is following the recommendations of public health officials.

For all Town updates regarding the COVID-19 situation please click here.

Town of Riverview / Getting Involved

Is your business playing a part in the fight of COVID-19?
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Thank you for choosing to do business in the Town of Riverview! As the largest Town in New Brunswick, Riverview offers a highly-skilled talent pool, central location and the highest disposable income levels in the region. Whether you are looking to start, grow or locate your business, here are some resources currently offered by the Town of Riverview.

Community Involvement Is Good for Business
Sponsoring festivals and events within your community is an affordable and cost-effective marketing tool that is often underutilized. If you’re interested in growing your business, increasing brand visibility, and strengthening your competitive edge, local sponsorship is a great avenue to consider. We’ve compiled a list of our annual gatherings to help you get involved.

Download our Business Participation Booklet
  

Planning a grand opening?
The Town of Riverview is able to provide the following support to new or expanding businesses…

  • Spread the word internally among staff and members of Council;
  • Create a press release to attract media attention when applicable;
  • Share the news of your grand opening on our social channels;
  • Coordinate to have staff and select councilors in attendance to bring greetings.

You don't have to run your business alone. Here's how we can help...

  • Have a business story to tell? Apply to be featured under our Business Spotlight
  • Want to be listed on our business directory? Apply here to be showcased 
  • Looking to build your customer base? Sign up to host a mixer
  • Interested in promoting your product or service? Join our Discount and Dine initiative 
  • Want to stay in the know? Subscribe to our monthly Economic Development newsletter
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