This page was last updated: 08/04/2020- 10:06 a.m.
Confirmed Case Update
Confirmed Cases in Montana: 4314
Active Infections in Montana: 1484
Confirmed Cases in Park County: 52
Current ACTIVE Cases in Park County: 9
Confirmed Cases in Gallatin County: 874
Current ACTIVE cases in Gallatin County: 71
Deaths (Statewide) 64
Active Hospitalizations 70
Recovered (Statewide) 2766
Deaths in Park County 0
Local and State Resources
|Important Phone Numbers / Hotlines|
|Daily COVID19 Updates
Updated daily at 9am & 4:30pm
| General Information Hotline
M-F; 8am - 4pm
Resources and community information related to COVID-19
|Health Care Hotline
M-F 8 am-4 pm
Medical questions related to COVID-19 symptoms or testing information
|State of MT Business Closure Hotline
Questions to clarify Governor Bullock's Stay Home Order
|City of Livingston Services||Status||Details|
|City Offices||Open||04/27/2020- Re-opened, please respect social distancing guidelines.|
|Transfer Station||Open||Re-opened 04/13/2020 respect social distancing guidelines.|
|Recycling Station||Open||3 people in the area at a time, will be open on Saturdays from 8:30-4:30.|
|Trash Collection||Ongoing||Regular schedule|
|City Parks||Open||Social Distancing enforced|
|City Park Playgrounds / Structures||Open||Use at own risk - will continue to assess. See press release.|
|McNair Gravity Skate Park||Open||04/27/2020- Re-opened, please respect social distancing guidelines, so it may remain open|
|Livingston-Park County Public Library||Open||Face coverings required, please check the Library's website for hours and other details. www.livingstonpubliclibrary.org|
|Livingston Civic Center||Open||Reopened June 1, 2020,|
|Restaurants Dine-In||Open||Effective June 1, 2020 Restaurants must continue to adhere to Phase I restrictions but are allowed an increase to 75% of capacity.|
|Restaurants Take-out, Delivery, Drive-thru||Open||See individual restaurants on social media for updates.|
|State of Montana Updates|
|State of Montana||Phase II Reopening|| Effective 6/1/20 at 12:01 am, Phase II of re-opening plan to begin. Read the phased re-opening plan.
Those at high risk should continue to stay at home. Non-Congregate groups size increased from 10-50.
|K-12 Montana Schools||Closed||Livingston School board voted 4/29/2020 to continue offsite learning through the end of the year.|
|Yellowstone / Grand Teton National Parks||Open||Only halfway re-opened May 18, 2020. Face coverings are recommended. Admission to the visitor centers are limited. No restaurants or hotel lodging available.|
|Fish, Wildlife and Parks - Montana||Open||Day Use Only|
We want to leave as much open as long as possible so please be certain to observe hand washing and social distancing recommendations and cough or sneeze into the crook of your elbow.
City of Livingston Actions
Emergency Planning and Actions Letter
State of Emergency Declaration within City Limits
- Livingston Police Department
- Livingston Fire Rescue and Ambulance
- 911 Communications
- Public Works Department including Water, Sewer, Solid Waste, Streets and the Sewer Plant
What to do if you feel ill or have symptoms of COVID-19?
If you feel ill, have a fever or dry cough please contact your healthcare provider by phone for directions. They will determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19 based on travel history, symptoms, and possible exposures.
If you are in a high-risk group: over 60, have a heart or lung condition, diabetic or are immunocompromised, please contact your healthcare provider for any special precautions you should take to protect yourself and those close to you from COVID-19.
Each of us has a vital role in stopping the spread and flattening the infection curve (slowing the rate of spread). The following precautions are shown to be effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19:
1. Social distancing.
2. Frequent handwashing with soap and water for 20 seconds.
3. Cover your cough or sneeze in your elbow.
4. Avoid touching your face, eyes, and mouth.
5. Frequently wash high touch surfaces.
6. Limit group gatherings to 10 people or less.
7. Stay home if you are ill.
Reliable Sources of Information for Our Community:
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Provides general information on the spread, precautions, and ongoing guidance designed to flatten the curve of the infection rate.
Johns Hopkins University and Medicine
Provides an interactive map updated in real-time with facts about active cases, deaths, and recoveries worldwide. Zoom in on the map for regional information.
State of Montana
Provides state-specific information and protocols as well as infection rates in Montana.
Park County Coronavirus Response
Provides information concerning operations, protocols, infection rates, and closures for our county.
Thrive for Montana
Free, online confidential program for people who are feeling down, stressed, or anxious. To find out about resources in the state and your area, please visit the Montana Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness or Montana 2-1-1. You can also access Montana 2-1-1 by dialing 211 from any phone. If you ever think you might hurt yourself, call 911, go to an emergency room, or call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) right away.
If you have questions, send us an email at email@example.com
Tips on Social Distancing, Quarantine and Isolation
Provides tips on taking care of your mental and behavioral health during difficult times.
Other Commonly Requested Resources:State Office of Unemployment
If you find yourself out of work please contact the unemployment office at:
https://montanaworks.gov/ or via phone (406) 444-2840
TANF, WIC or other Temporary Assistance
WIC - Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program
TANF - Temporary Assistance for Needy Families: https://dphhs.mt.gov/hcsd/TANF
Livingston Food Resource Center - https://www.livingstonfrc.org/
HRDC - Human Resource Development Council
Provides guidance and assistance with housing, transportation, Head Start, energy assistance, and much more. Information can be found on their website at https://thehrdc.org/
Small Business Revolving Loan Fund
Provides loans to small businesses as well as business consulting services. Please contact Katie Weaver at MSU Extension Office 406-222-4156.
Please remember to be thoughtful of our friends, neighbors and community members as we get through this challenging time together.
Make sure you have sufficient supplies on hand for two weeks but there is no need to hoard basic supplies like toilet paper, kleenex, cleaning supplies and bleach in mass quantities. We need to make sure everyone has what they need.