Downtown COVID-19 Updates Stay Safe & Healthy!

April 24: Missoula County Requirements for Phase One Reopening

May 8: Missoula County Requirements for Phase One Reopening – Revised

May 28: Missoula County Requirements for Phase Two Reopening

July 9: Face Coverings Required During COVID-19 Pandemic 

November 19: Missoula City-County Board of Health Requirements 



Now more than ever our local businesses need support. COVID-19 has impacted a number of small businesses in our community. How can you help your favorite small businesses?

-Purchase gift cards/certificates. Not only does it help them now, but they can be used at a later date.
-Most retailers have an online store, so continue shopping online.
-Order carryout/curbside from local restaurants.
-Share/comment/like the pages/posts, or provide reviews for the Downtown businesses. Show the love!

For small local businesses, every little bit helps and ultimately benefits the community we live in. #connectingourcommunity #shoplocal #eatlocal #supportlocal

We will continue to monitor the quickly changing dynamics of the COVID-19 outbreak, and share information on our website and social media. MDA members are encouraged to use the MDA Member Facebook Group to share thoughts and ideas. Most importantly, please remember to rely on these sources for information:

There is no better time than now to stay connected to your community.

Documenting COVID-19 in Missoula County: A Community Archive Project

Safer Missoula 

Safer Missoula wants Missoulians and guests to be kind, respectful, and work with one another to foster a safe place for businesses, residents and visitors.

Guidelines to create a smart, safe and ready community are as follows:

  1. Stay home if you feel sick or have been in recent contact with a sick person.
  2. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  4. Maintain a 6-foot distance from others.
  5. Wear a protective face covering in public.
  6. Limit contact with others as much as possible.
  7. Avoid congregating in public areas.
  8. Stay on trails except to let people pass (and maintain 6 ft distance).

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