Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) News
In the near future, there will be one website portal to lead to three dedicated websites for Livingston's Convention & Vistors Bureau (CVB), Livingston Business Improvement District (LBID) and the Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID) as designated by the City of Livingston on 4/14/2020.
Here's the news:
The Livingston Business Improvement District (LBID) has been enriching the vitality of downtown Livingston by facilitating commerce, enhancing streetscapes, conducting maintenance and improving security and safety since 2011. The District receives its funding through an assessment of the property owners (ratepayers) in the district, renewal is slated for 2021, and the LBID is governed by a seven-member volunteer Board of Trustees.
The LBID has worked quietly and behind the scenes for almost a decade serving the historic downtown Livingston commercial district by providing funding for summer flower baskets; design, creation and placement of lamppost banners; graffiti removal services; sidewalk cleaning; trash receptacle emptying and maintenance; and, program and project contributions to community events, catering to both visitors and residents. Our most recent project was overseeing Livingston’s bid as a finalist for the Small Business Revolution television makeover show, the first time a Montana town has made the top five list.
Utilizing the collective team spirit and skill set of dedicated board members - downtown business owners who volunteer their time - the LBID has worked to increase the vitality of the District and promote business within it. Recent designation by the City of Livingston as the Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) only strengthens the LBID’s efficiency and effectiveness to accomplish great things for our wonderful community. We have many strong and positive relationships with businesses and community leaders and will now be able to utilize combined LBID, CVB and Tourism Business Improvement District funding for the maximum potential and good of Park County.
It is especially important now, during the pandemic when so many are hard hit, that we all work together for the greater good of our great community. We are regularly updating our Covid-19 resource webpage and sharing information on social media and our enewsletter. We look forward to the privilege of serving even more in our community and will do so with integrity, professionalism, inclusion, and positivity. Stay tuned for more information coming your way soon.
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