Visit Billings: Montana’s Trailhead
815 South 27th Street
Billings, Montana, 59101
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Please be Montana Aware while traveling in Big Sky Country.
In Billings, the health and safety of our citizens and visitors is our top priority. While visiting our community, please be prepared for safety protocols and precautions.
Masks are required in counties with more than four active COVID-19 cases, and strongly encouraged in all other counties, for individuals over 5-years-old in public indoor spaces and outdoor settings where social distancing cannot be maintained.
Currently, Yellowstone County has more than four active cases.
Know before you go:
-Know the local public health guidelines before arriving.
-Stay home if you are sick.
-Understand some services may be limited in Billings and Yellowstone County.
-There is no longer a 14-day travel-related quarantine in place.
Governor Steve Bullock is asking visitors to do their part slow the spread of COVID-19, which means taking the same social distancing and sanitation precautions.
In Billings, businesses are open at 75% capacity. Most attractions are open, but perhaps at a limited capacity. Check websites, social media pages, or call ahead to ensure you have the most up to date information for a local business's hours and offerings.
Visitors to Montana should be aware travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic may vary on the seven Indian reservations in Montana. As tribal governments continue to assess public health risks, travel restrictions may change at any time depending on current conditions.
Also, for the latest travel information for national parks (like Yellowstone) and monuments (think Little Bighorn Battlefield) in Montana, please visit the National Park Service’s website here: https://www.nps.gov/index.htm
Call or text us: (406) 245-4111
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What new programs or procedures has your destination put in place to help travelers stay safe during the COVID pandemic?
Safety first and adventure second in Billings.
Most Billings' area hotels and motels have joined forces with the American Hospitality and Lodging Association for 'Safe Stay' cleaning standards. Safe Stay represents the top priority for the industry, the health and safety of guests and employees. According to AHLA, this initiative represents a new level of focus and transparency for an industry already built on cleanliness. Hotels have always met rigorous standards for cleaning and safety and these enhanced guidelines are rooted in recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
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