owners for Community Health
We have joined forces with more than 100 Livingston businesses and our health care community to form the Business Owners Coalition for Community Health. We are committed to the health of our community's residents and local businesses. Please join us in adhering to all health and safety practices as recommended by the CDC. The health of our business relies on the health of our employees and the community. Please wear your mask, maintain a safe distance, stay home if you are sick and be respectful and kind to staff and other customers while patronizing businesses in our community. Let’s all work together to #staysafelivingston
If your business would like window clings or signs, you can pick them up at M Designs during business hours at 201 South Main Street. Access the #StaySafeLivingston resource sheet here which includes downloadable logos, social media graphics, posters, and social media post templates.
Our goal is to stand united with as many businesses as possible to promote the well-being of our entire community. If you have not done so yet, we invite you to join us, add your name to our community effort with this quick online pledge FORM.
We welcome your feedback, so please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us with any questions, comments, or concerns.
In Health & Collaboration,
Dale Sexton, Dan Baileys
Matt Dowdell, Ace Hardware
Whitney Moore, Livingston Healthcare
Haley Dowdell, Ace Hardware
Kris King, Livingston Business Improvement District & CVB
Rachel Anderson, M Design Group & Montana Brewery Shop
Slow the spread of COVID-19:
Masks are recommended 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
Both COVID-19 testing and vaccinations are free and readily available, learn more here.