Keep Montana Safe

 Andy Austin

Montana Aware

Out here, where the mountains roll out to meet the prairies and the rivers flow, space is in our nature.

We invite you to explore the beauty of Southeast Montana while traveling safely out here by:

  • - Staying home if you’re sick;
  • - Following local protocols and guidelines and;
  • - Checking before you head out, as not all services are available right now.

Your safety, as well as that of our residents, is our top priority. We can’t wait for you to see why it’s so easy to fall in love with Southeast Montana.

Bring home stories that can only be written here.

We’re proud to put the BIG in Big Sky Country by celebrating stories that span millions of years. Follow the tales of dinosaurs, trace the footsteps of Lewis and Clark and uncover the spirit of the Old West. Explore Southeast Montana and write your own story out here.

Montana is now open to visitors, however we ask that you follow guidelines set in place by local cities, counties and reservations as they may have different restrictions. If you are sick, please stay home as Southeast Montana will still be here in the future to welcome you. And please remember, not all services may be open – we suggest calling ahead at this time.

There is currently a mask mandate in the state of Montana forcounties with more than four active cases of COVID-19. Masks or faces coverings are required in public indoor places and at outdoor gatherings of more than 50 people where social distancing isn't possible. This applies to those 5 and up and is highly recommended for ages 2-4. If you are unsure of the protocols in the county you are in, we ask that you please wear a mask.

For more information, please visit the State of Montana's website.

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Southeast Montana, United States
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