owners for Community Health
As the spread of COVID-19 increases in our community, Livingston area business owners in conjunction with the Livingston healthcare community, are forming a coalition to advance coordinated and effective measures to slow the spread. If the majority of business owners, community leaders, residents, and visitors do not follow safety measures, it endangers not just lives but livelihoods. We must stay safe to stay open.
In addition to protecting lives and keeping our businesses open, business leaders in the community want to protect those in our medical care community, keep the hospital from filling up, and protect front-line workers. . We will work with Livingston HealthCare, the Park County Health Department and others in the health community in these efforts. We would like both the City and County to issue proclamations stating the value of preventing the spread of COVID-19 and the practical measures that are in place to protect our economy and the health of our citizens and visitors.
We know you love Livingston, our local businesses, and our residents. We are asking that you join us in pledging to be part of keeping our businesses open by staying safe and practicing and enforcing all Center for Disease Control's COVID-19 prevention guidelines. We will be publishing the names of businesses that have pledged to keep our community safe and the Coalition plans to utilize billboards, social, print, and other media to market the effort. No cost will be incurred by your business.
We respectfully ask for and would sincerely appreciate your support in this effort. Please enroll with this quick online pledge FORM. For further information or if you have any questions, contact any of the organizers below.
Matt Dowdell, Ace Hardware Company
Dale Sexton, Dan Bailey’s Outdoor Company
Slow the spread of COVID-19:
Masks are required in Park County in public spaces and when social distancing cannot be achieved
Social distance at least 6 feet whenever possible
Wash your hands thoroughly and often or use hand sanitizer
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
Cover your cough/sneeze with a tissue (or your elbow)
Stay home if you are sick
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
Be patient and kind, we are all in this together