On Wednesday, Governor Steve Bullock issued a new directive, which requires face coverings be worn in certain indoor spaces and for certain organized outdoor activities in counties currently experiencing four or more active cases of COVID-19. Gov. Bullock says the directive requires businesses, government offices, and other indoor spaces open
Your favorite businesses are open and ready to serve you! Whether you prefer to online shop or shop in person, businesses are working hard to make your experience a positive one. While in-person shopping may look a bit different these days, small businesses are taking drastic measures to protect
*Updated 5/20/2020* Businesses affected by COVID-19 should review the announcements and updates below. Governor Bullock Announces Montana to Enter Phase Two of Reopening Plan on June 1. Governor Steve Bullock today announced the state will move to Phase Two of the Reopening the Big Sky plan and will lift the 14-day out-of-state
The Downtown Partnership has compiled these best practices and resources to assist owners and employees prepare to reopen their businesses. The Partnership recognizes that when and how to reopen is dependent on each business’s comfort level. We are here to support you so let us know how we
Bozeman Area Small Business Listings BozemanStrong.org was created by a passionate community member. The site presents a collection of Bozeman area small business listings typically provided by the businesses themselves for accuracy. You can choose to filter on delivery or pickup or if gift cards are available by
We truly do love you!!! In times like these, we have found ourselves overwhelmed with the outpouring of support from our community. Many retailers have amped up their online stores in order to provide YOU with a one-of-a kind shopping experience. Check out their websites to see
The impacts on daily life in regards to COVID-19 is ever-changing. On Thursday evening, Bullock issued a "Shelter in Place/Stay at Home" order for all Montanans. The directive starts at 12:01 a.m. Saturday and is in effect for two weeks through April 10. Read the full directive from
Downtown Bozeman’s COVID-19 Response, Recovery and Resiliency A common, phased approach to handling a community disaster starts with response then progresses to recovery before focusing on rebuilding. Most would agree that the COVID-19 public health crisis differs significantly from natural disasters such as a hurricane, earthquake or fire.
Here's the full release from Governor Bullock's office from Tuesday, March 24: Governor Bullock Announces Extension of Closures, Mandates Social Distancing. Montana public schools, dine-in food service and alcoholic beverage businesses to remain closed. Governor Steve Bullock today issued a directive to extend closures of public schools and dine-in
The Downtown Partnership is diligently working to assess the impacts of COVID-19 on businesses and property owners in our central business district. A series of business and property owner surveys will be conducted to qualify and quantify the pandemic’s impacts. The week of March 16th, 98 downtown business owners
Last updated 3/24/2020 Southwest Montana COVID-19 Response Fund Created to Address Immediate Needs This fund has been created to rapidly mobilize resources to meet increased needs in our local communities resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and will allow our community resources to be focused on the issues and areas of throughout
We are so grateful for our Business Improvement District employees who continue to provide services in Downtown Bozeman. They are keeping downtown clean and safe during this crisis while taking extra precautions to protect themselves. Please email Emily Cope, at email@example.com to report any matters that need to
We know situations are changing by the hour and having affects on all business owners. This is the first survey of a series from the Downtown Partnership to determine the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. Please take a few minutes to complete this 12-question survey. Your responses are
We are continuously monitoring COVID-19 and want to respond and react accordingly and be a resource for our community partners and businesses. First, in an effort to do our part to minimize person-to-person interaction, we are implementing some changes to our operating procedures that will take place until further notice:
We understand the growing concern surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19). Below are some links that we, at the Downtown Bozeman Partnership, have found to contain valuable information. If you find additional resources that would be valuable, please don't hesitate to reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org Gallatin County Health Department https://www
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