COVID-19 Info & Resources

Due to precautions to impede the spread of COVID19, Billings Public Library will be closed to the public effective Wednesday, Oct 14th through Monday, Nov 9th.

Curbside service continues from Monday - Friday from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

All online services are available through our website. Questions about library services?  Visit our FAQ page or call 657-8258

Corona virus COVID-19

COVID-19 and Library Services - Resources and FAQs

Billings COVID-19 response hub



Coronavirus Survey

The City of Billings is interested in hearing about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected your life! The Coronavirus Response Initiative Project within the Community Development Division has created a survey used to gather feedback from the community regarding the pandemic. Survey results will be used to effectively mobilize resources that improve access to education, healthcare, and prevention strategies in Billings. Coronavirus Survey 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources & Information

Health and Medicine Resources

Montana Department of Health and Human Services. Questions about the virus may be directed to the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services at: covid19info@mt.gov or their COVID19 information line at 1-888-333-0461. 

Riverstone Health:  What you need to know. For questions call the Public Health Information Hotline: 406-651-6415.

How to Find Help and Stay Connected: Yellowstone County COVID-19 Command Psychological First Aid

CDC: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the U.S. Map

MONTANA RESPONSE: COVID 19 and CDC Global Outbreak Dashboard

National Library of Medicine Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus Dashboard

Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases

How to make cloth masks: DIY Cloth Face Covering Instruction

COVID-19 Safety Message from Billings Fire Fighters

What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Scams

Check the government’s official Coronavirus website for important information. 

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is actively seeking to detect, investigate, and prosecute cyber threat actors associated with any wrongdoing related to COVID-19. Find more information at the Department of Justice

Find information about how FEMA is helping to prevent the spread of Coronavirus Rumors FEMA Rumor Control

For information on fraudulent actors and tests, check out resources from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).