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Posted: May 26, 2020



Dear Downtown Bozeman,

HAPPY SUMMER! Can we say that yet? This week sure makes it feel like summer is here! Whatever your sunshine activities include, we hope you find time to make your way downtown. Our shops are open and ready to serve you. Whether you are there to grab a cold brew, a scoop of ice cream or a new pair of sandals, we're sure you will enjoy your time. There is something special about a sunny day strolling Main Street.

See you DOWNTOWN!

Sincerely,
The DPB Team


               

Downtown Bozeman Events

The Downtown Bozeman Association continues to have some tough conversations regarding the future hosting of our favorite summer events!

While adhering to the Reopening Guidelines set by our governor and with support by our by the Gallatin City-County Health Department, We have decided to CANCEL Music on Main concerts through the month of July as well as the Art Walks on June 12 and July 10 .

As for August and September events, we are still in discussion about these and will announce any additional cancellations to our summer event no less that 30 days prior to each event. We are sad to cancel some of Bozeman's most beloved summer traditions but we know it is the right decision for the safety and healthy of the community we love so much.

Other community events cancelled include:

Sweet Pea Festival 2020

Big Sky Country State Fair 2020

Click here for Downtown Bozeman Events


My Downtown Bozeman Challenge

Last week we did a soft launch of the My Downtown Bozeman Challenge. June 1st we roll out the REAL DEAL and let me just say, you will not want to miss this!

Here's the lowdown:

There are 6 different photo challenges to be announced on June 1st. We will feature one challenge per week and give YOU the opportunity to share your photos with us on social media. Each week, we will choose winners from the featured challenge.

Prizes include $25-50 Downtown Dollars, swag from downtown businesses and gift cards! EACH challenge completed enters you in to a drawing to win a $500 shopping spree to downtown...YES, a $500 SHOPPING SPREE in Downtown Bozman!!!

More details and challenges can be found HERE. Bonus challenges for extra entries will be announced via Instagram live!


OPEN for Business

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 seem a bit different these days, small businesses are taking drastic measures to protect staff and customers in their shops. Click the link below to view open businesses.

CLICK HERE to view the list of businesses.

CLICK HERE to submit your business.


Businesses: Sponsor a DTN Flower Basket this summer!

Summer is around the corner and that means the flower baskets will be hung before we know it! We hope the flower baskets are a comforting sight that welcomes employees and customers to come back downtown. We understand that these times have been very challenging, and your business might not be in a position to donate. If you can help support this downtown tradition, please complete and return the  attached flower basket sponsorship form .


 

Downtown Parking Update

As of May 11th, paid parking after the first 2 free hours has resumed at Bridger Park Garage.

Following that, the week of May 18th, the 2-hour limit for public street and surface lot parking will be enforced.

These transitions back to “normal” will be communicated by City Parking Division staff with signage and warning citations.


Community Resources

As the curve shows signs of flattening, how we re-open our businesses and welcome back our staff and customers is going to become our primary focus! We want to make sure we continue to be a resource for you as you make plans for your customers and employees.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE BUSINESS RESOURCES

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE REOPENING TOOLKIT

CLICK HERE TO VIEW GALLATIN COUNTY HEALTH


COVID-19 Resources

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