Campbell County Chamber Of Commerce
What you need to know about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
With the U.S. now reporting a widespread number of COVID-19 cases, it’s important that businesses of all sizes and sectors continue to monitor the situation and are as prepared as possible to protect the health and safety of their workers, customers, and our community. Use the shortcuts below to jump to the business category you’re looking for, or read on for resources and guidelines:
Until May 31, gatherings of more than 25 people are discouraged.
There are now guidelines for gyms, child care providers, hair salons, barber shops, massage therapists, and tattoo and piercing shops to begin re-opening on May 1. Please check the Governor’s website for detailed information regarding required public health guidelines for your specific business type.
No business closed through the public health orders is required to open on May 1. Businesses that choose to stay closed are still eligible for assistance from Small Business Administration (SBA) programs.
Resources & Guidelines for Business
The U.S. Chamber is working closely with the White House, U.S. government agencies, and foreign government officials to inform and equip businesses with the most important and up-to-date information to prevent the spread of the virus and prepare businesses for the near and long-term impact.
All employers should be implementing strategies to protect their workforce from the coronavirus while ensuring continuity of operations. The following are guides provided by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Wyoming Business Council, the Small Business Association and others:
Banks / Finances
Their lobby is open for drop-off and pickup of tax documents. In person meetings are canceled until April 3.
If you are uncomfortable coming inside, a mail box (marked Suite A) is at the parking lot entrance to Lakeway Road and can be used for dropping off items in a secure locked box.
There is also a secure email link that can be used to send and receive your documents. Please call (307-686-7445) or email ([email protected] ) for that link.
ANB Bank’s lobby will be closed starting Friday, March 19.
ANB Bank is immediately allowing for monthly loan payment deferrals (extending loans on the backside of the term) 90 days for all commercial, car, mortgage, and personal loans. Give your banker a call at (307) 682-5161.
ANB is taking the following actions to help alleviate financial stress for customers.
• Ensuring that borrowers with floating rate, Prime-based loans receive the full impact of the Federal Reserve Bank’s two emergency rate reductions, which total 1.5%, by reducing our Prime borrowing rate and temporarily removing interest rate floors through December 31, 2020.
• Offering a 3-month deferral of payments for all consumer and commercial term loans that require a monthly principal and interest payment. This includes installment loans, mortgages, home equity loans, commercial real estate loans, equipment loans, and any other loan that requires a monthly principal and interest payment. All customers are eligible – there is no fee or penalty and there are no requirements to prove need or impact from the coronavirus.
• If you or your business is experiencing financial difficulties and need assistance beyond the two actions noted above, please contact ANB to discuss other options that may be available.
ANB Bank is currently reaching out to all loan customers; however, customers are encouraged to contact their loan officer directly or call the customer care center at 866-433-0282 to proceed with the payment deferral or to discuss other options.
For more information, please visit anbbank.com. Member FDIC/Equal Housing Lender NMLS 457261
Lobbies are closed. ATMs and drive-thrus remain open. Online banking, mobile app, and Goldphone are available anytime, anywhere.
Bankers will be available to meet individually with clients for loans and other banking needs; please call your local branch if you’d like to speak to a banker.
Buffalo branch: 307.684.5591
Sheridan branch: 307.673.8100
Gillette branch: 307.685.2702
BFSB Mortgage: 307.789.3700
9:30 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday
9:00 am -12:00 pm Saturday
Beginning Thursday, March 19th all lobbies will be closed.
Services available 24/7:
Call center: (307)682-6105
Their offices are closed, but they are working remotely. Contact them at (307) 682-6840.
As of March 18, their lobbies are closed. Drive up and appointments are available.
Downtown Branch: (307) 686-4790
Highway 59 Branch: (307) 686-4790
As of March 20, their lobbies are closed. Drive-ups will remain open and clients can set appointments with financial experts if they need help. They also have online/mobile banking available.
Please call 307.686.3300 for more information.
Branches open by appointment only. (307) 684-2211
Read their full statement here.
Offices are closed. Agents are working remotely. Call (307) 682-9397 or contact your agent by email.
Their lobby is closed, but they are open to people not showing symptoms, by appointment. Call (307) 682-0089.
Their online and mobile services are available 24/7. If you are unable to do your banking online, please call and they will help.
Offices are closed, but they are available to take payments, provide quotes, and make changes to your policy over the phone, (307) 682-5130.
Payments can also be dropped off at their office at 1001 S. Douglas Hwy., Ste. 270.
Closed until April 6th.
Staff are working from home. Please contact them via email with questions.
Nonpayment disconnections will be suspended.
Anyone who is sick or showing signs of symptoms should reschedule non-emergency service calls.
Work crews will be wearing PPE and following CDC practices. Other employees who can work from home will be doing so. Employees who test positive or are in quarantine will be continued to be paid.
On-site meetings with consultants have been postponed.
All BHUC locations are now open 8am-6pm, 7 days a week.
PLEASE NOTE: The 741 Mountain View Road location in Baken Park, Rapid City, is dedicated to caring ONLY for patients with upper respiratory illness or suspected COVID-19. For all other urgent care needs unrelated to upper respiratory or suspected COVID-19 symptoms, please use other Black Hills Urgent Care locations.
ATTENTION FOR ALL OTHER LOCATIONS: If you suspect that you have the Coronavirus- do not check in online- please contact our triage lines immediately for the following locations:
South Douglas Hwy, Gillette, Wyoming: (307)-670-9105
1730 Haines Ave, Rapid City: (605) 791-7706
741 Mountain View Road, Rapid City: (605) 791-7753
120 East Michigan Street, Spearfish: (605) 559-2484
Closed to visitors. Please do not come to the hospital unless you are having difficulty breathing or another emergency.
All patients will be required to undergo a respiratory health screening and have their temperature taken; no one under 18 will be allowed.
There are many guidelines in place, they change day to day. Please check their website for changing information.
IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING SYMPTOMS:
To begin the Respiratory Symptom Screening Process, those with respiratory symptoms are asked to call your healthcare provider or 307.688.1000.
The CCH phone screening will be open from 7 am-7 pm every day.
Once the patient goes through the screening process, and only if they meet criteria, they will be directed to a drive-through screening process in front of Campbell County Memorial Hospital. The drive-through screening is open from 7:30 am-7:30 pm every day.
Starting March 24, all county offices will be closed to the public, including the County Courthouse.
Inside the front lobby area, there will be drop boxes for payments, documents, and other items you may need to leave with the county.
Those who need help with marriage licenses can call 682-7285.
People who need to access the courthouse for court proceedings will be allowed to come in.
The commissioners will continue their regularly scheduled meetings, which will be open to the public through live streaming. Agenda items that can be put off will be delayed.
The Road and Bridge department will continue to maintain county roads. The landfill and the recycling center are closed to the public, but will be accepting items from commercial haulers.
Branches in both Gillette and Wright are closed as of March 18.
- CCPL Phone Hours (307.682.3223): Monday-Thursday: 9am-7pm ; Friday and Saturday: 9am-5pm ; Sunday: 1pm-5pm
- WBL Phone Hours (307.464.0500) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10am-7pm ; Wednesday, Friday: 10am-5pm ; Saturday: 10am-2pm
- Curbside checkout: Patrons can place holds on items at ccpls.org or from the WYLDcat app on their phone or other electronic device. Place your hold and call CCPL or WBL for a pickup time.
- Interlibrary loan services are suspended for now.
- Loan periods for all library materials are extended to June 1, 2020.
Full information available here.
Campbell County Libraries have great online resources for e-books, e-audio books, movies, and databases that you can access from home. Start by finding your library card and figuring out your PIN. Then go to our website (www.ccpls.org) and check out the Digital Library tab and the Resources tab.
Call the library if you need help.
Closed until April 3. Once they reopen, hours will be 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
Closed until at least April 3.
Spring Break will be extended for two weeks. The closure will remain in effect through Friday, April 3. Presently, schools are set to reopen on Monday, April 6.
The District will not have any formal distance-learning activities.
Building use by outside groups will be suspended immediately.
CCSD has designated six schools within Campbell County to provide student breakfast and lunch for pickup starting Monday, March 23rd. Click here for full details.
To prepare to address technology concerns for students and their families in the event of long-term distance learning, please complete this survey.
Future updates will be provided at ccsd.k12.wy.us.
Closed through April 3. If you have questions or concerns please call 307-682-2392.
City Hall closed until further notice.
- Municipal Court (307) 686-5254 is suspended, as are fingerprinting services.
- Utility payments must be made online, over the phone (1-844-704-3326), or by mail.
- Animal Control is closed to the public. Citizens with questions about strays/captured animals should call the shelter at 686-5249.
Still operating from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. as usual, but not allowing the public in the building.
For questions, section 8 assistance, and donations, please call ahead. 307.686.2730.
The Food Pantry is still operating. Call ahead if you can, or knock on the door. If you ARE NOT a current pantry client, we will STILL help you.
Food is being served to-go style at the soup kitchen, every day, from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.
The emergency shelter is still open. Check in is at 5:30 p.m. – check out out is 7:30 a.m..
If you would like to make a donation, please feel free to call ahead, knock on the door, or make a monetary donation by website or Facebook.
Starting Thursday, March 19, 2020, the Enterprise Center building at 345 Sinclair St. will be closed to the public.
Energy Capital Economic Development is dedicated to helping businesses through these challenges and will be hosting weekly conference calls to provide up-to-date information, resources for businesses, and support.
Please call (307) 686-2603 for more information.
The GARF office is open for emergencies only. Please call us so we can determine how we can best help you.
We are not able to open the door without a phone call first. Please bear with us during this time. We want to keep everyone safe, including ourselves.
24 hour Crisis Line or 911
Spring break has been extended through April 5. All classes and activities from 5 p.m. on March 13 through April 5 are canceled. Spring 2020 classes will move to online and other alternative teaching methods starting Monday, April 6, 2020.
Gillette College & Sheridan College commencement ceremonies have been postponed. They will reschedule them at the end of the Fall 2020 semester.
All college-sponsored travel, both domestic and international, has been canceled until further notice.
Faculty and Administration are currently working from home. They are available by email.
Open, please call to make an appointment: (307) 682-4551.
The NPS is allowing parks to close or restrict operations on a case-by-case basis, of their own volition.
Devils Tower National Monument: Visitor’s Center is closed. Trails are still open. Click here to see all updates from DTNM.
For all other Wyoming NPS parks:
Check on their pages by seeing all the parks listed here.
Open. The airport café Home Fire Foods will be open throughout the month of April and will be assisting in delivering meals to shut-ins and serving regular customers.
Due to high call volumes, the airlines ask that you contact them closer to your trip to allow them to prioritize those with more immediate travel plans.
United Air Lines – United.com, or 1-800-241-6903 for customer service.
Office lobbies in Sundance, Gillette, and Sheridan are closed to public access, beginning Thursday, March 19, until further notice.
PRECorp Member Service Representatives will remain on duty from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and available for personal appointments on a case-by-case basis. Call 1-800-442-3630 to transact business.
Payment drop boxes at office locations will remain available.
Members are encouraged to use SmartHub for on-line payments and signing of documents.
PRECorp is temporarily suspending disconnects.
Members who are impacted financially or by other circumstances related to the current coronavirus pandemic are encouraged to contact PRECorp at 1-800-442-3630 to discuss account options.
Primrose put precautionary measures in place on March 16. Please click here to read the full list.
- There will be one point of entry (main entrance) into our communities.
- Access is restricted to employees, essential third-party medical providers, and family members (wearing masks and limited to the resident’s apartment) during certain situations such as end of life care. We encourage family members to communicate with loved ones via phone calls, emails, video chat, or other remote options.
- There will be daily screening of all Primrose residents.
- All group activities have been cancelled.
- Vendor deliveries will be made to outside zones for staff to deliver.
Closed as of March 18. The Senior Center staff will be available to answer any questions from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 307-686-0804.
- On-site meals: Seniors actively participating in the congregate meal program during the month of March will be the Senior Center’s focus. Those participants who qualify for meals will be contacted by the center.
- Home-delivered meals: Homebound seniors assessed and approved for meal delivery will continue to receive their home-delivered meals. They are encouraged to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for social distancing, maintaining a distance from others of at least 6 feet.
- Activities: All activities are on hold until further notice with the exception of tax preparation services.
- Transportation and in-home services: These programs will continue as scheduled. A screening process will take place prior to staff interaction with a senior. This is subject to change.
Wednesday, Gov. Mark Gordon issued a statement to Wyoming residents, asking them to follow President Donald Trump’s coronavirus plan and have as little contact with others as possible to help stem the spread of COVID-19.
All events, including those with the Master Gardeners, have been canceled. For more information visit them online or call (307) 682-7281.
They have lost 25% of blood donations already and the number continues to grow.
It’s extremely important right now for healthy people to make a blood donation appointment by calling (307) 638–3326 in Cheyenne, or (307) 237–2328 in Casper or going online to vitalant.org.
Click here to read more about blood donation during this pandemic.
Due to concerns over the coronavirus, the return home for our 2-300 brothers and sisters has been delayed at mob station.
In an attempt to slow the virus, we ask that you limit the number of individuals gathering at the airport to welcome these folks home.
Revised marketing information and COVID-19 specific toolkits are available through their portal.
The Learn and Grow Prevention Program has been suspended through April 3rd, 2020. Outpatient Counseling, Day Treatment, Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (AIOP) and Drug Court Services will continue through Telehealth (videoconferencing, phone, etc.)
Mentors will continue to contact Mentees by phone or computer.
The Y.E.S. House School will remain on break for those youth who live at home.
Inside dining is closed. They have take-out available. They also deliver. Call (307) 682-3419 to order.
Follow their Facebook page for more info.
Open for pickup, or free delivery. They will provide curbside pickup if you call (307) 686-8698.
In addition to their regular “buffet-style” catering, they can also provide box lunches.
Open until at least 10 p.m.
Delivery, curbside service, and a drive-thru window at the location on 400 W. 2nd St. for pickup.
Golf course does not open until April.
Their restaurant is open, and delivery is free to the Hulett area. They are also offering curbside pickup.
Call (307) 467-5773 with any questions.
Call-in orders are welcome, call 307-670-8948. Starting March 20, they will offer curbside pickup. Limited delivery options.
New hours: Noon – 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
Home Fire Foods will make you meals and deliver them to you. You can contact at (307) 622-0605, or message Tami Waldner on Facebook.
They will provide curbside pickup to call ahead orders. 307-696-8208
Inside dining/seating is closed. Drive-thru still open, there is the mobile app for curbside service, and delivery services available.
FREE DELIVERY and CURBSIDE PICKUPS
Package liquor and beer to go.
Call to place your orders: 307-687-7653.
They have to-go and pickup orders available. Call (307) 682-2944 to order.
To Go Family Package deals are available with FREE DELIVERY. Call 307-687-7245 for more info.
Starting March 23, they will be closed on Mondays. Their hours are now 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
You may also receive free delivery from Byrds Food Angels by calling 307-680-3663 to order.
You can call (307) 682-0707 and get an order to pickup, or order online. They also have delivery services.
Still open during normal business hours:
8am-5:30pm M-F; 9am-4pm Saturday
They are following guidelines from the CDC and trying to limit any possibilities of exposure to customers, community, or employees.
Do you need something to do while you are stuck at home? How about an escape room delivered to your house? There are several you can rent now through April 5 for $75. I can bring the props to you and will return in 24 hours to pick them up. The Mad Scientist, Alien Spaceship, Who’s at the Neighbors, or the Abandoned House.
Call Lezlie @ 307-567-0063 for details.
Their office/lobby is closed at this time and they are working by appointment only.
Call (307) 687-7610 for help.
Open and offering free boarding to all health care workers.
For information, call 307-682-6801.
She will be offering times to participate in “The Front Steps Project.”
Family photo sessions will be provided at your home, completely hands off/no personal contact, taking the CDC’s recommendation of 6′ space minimum between your family and your photographer.
You will receive between 1-2 professionally edited photos emailed with a link to download in exchange for a minimum donation of $10 per session which will go directly to support Blessings in a Backpack – Gillette, WY.
Times she is available:
Wed, 3/25: Sage Valley, Downtown
Fri, 3/27: South areas of town (Remington Estates, Rec Ctr area)
Sun, 3/29: Chara Hills
Wed, 4/1: Force Rd, Hwy 50
Fri, 4/3: Moon Meadows, CamPlex
Sun, 4/5: Northside, Boothill, Foothills, Wagonwheel
March 19 – March 21: RESERVATIONS ONLY.
Reservations can always be made at www.axehousewy.com or by calling 307-257-7771.
Closed starting March 23. Will continue until April 6.
During the time our office is closed, please note the following:
➢ There will be a staff member available during our regular business office to answer phones, accept payments, and schedule appointments.
➢ We are unable to have patients in the office, so our doors will remain locked.
➢ If you need to drop off a payment, please drop it in the mailbox located on the stone pillar at the end of the sidewalk (it will be on your left as you walk away from the building).
➢ If you have a dental emergency, please contact our office, and we will do our very best to accommodate your needs.
➢ If your dental emergency falls after business hours, please still call our office, and you will be forwarded to the person on call. Leave a voicemail, and they will return your call.
Phone Number: 307-686-1567
Closed by order of the Governor until April 3. However,:
Kitchen is open for carry-out and delivery. 11:00am to 6:00pm Monday-Friday. Package liquor and beer available for carry-out only.
Menu is posted on their Facebook page or if you are ordering from Camelanes, come to the back side of the building and there is a menu available there.
If you have any questions please call between these hours @ 682-4811.
Their front office is closed to walk-in customers.
Business can be conducted via telephone, with curbside parts pick-up. Service technicians will still be working and completing calls as long as customers are not displaying any signs of illness.
For a limited time, Collins is providing 90 days free internet for homes with a student or teacher in them. Find out more at https://collinscom.net/residential-home/wireless-internet/
Starting March 23, available by appointment only.
Message their Facebook page or call (307) 363-4010.
Closed through March 21. Call (307) 257-7733 for more info, or follow their Facebook page.
Offices closed starting March 23.
If URGENT assistance is needed for any post accident or other time sensitive testing needs, On-Call services are still available at 307-689-6471.
Office open 8am-4pm Monday through Friday.
If you are feeling sick, have a fever over 99 degrees, chills, sweats, cough, sore throat, if you have recently traveled outside of the country in the last month, or have been exposed to anyone with COVID-19, we ask that you stay home and reschedule your appointment for a later date. (307) 682-2020
- If you or an immediate family member has been out of the country in the past 4 weeks, we would prefer that you schedule your appointment 4 weeks from now.
- If you or an immediate family member has been sick or has a respiratory condition, we would prefer to schedule your appointment 4 weeks from now.
- We are asking patients who are age 65 or older, and patients with pre-existing health conditions, to consider rescheduling annual appointments after the CDC deems it safe to do so. We are offering a recall list to offer appointments in a timely manner once the CDC has controlled the spread of the virus.
- If you are unable to come into the office we are more than happy to mail your contact lens supply or eyewear directly to your doorstep!
- If you have an eye emergency, please call our office for your emergency eye health needs. Our staff and doctors will determine the best way to take care of you. Please avoid going to the ER and walk-in clinic for eye specific problems!
- When we call to confirm your routine appointment, we’ll offer you the option to keep the appointment, reschedule to a future appointment, or be placed on the recall list.
- We are asking patients to limit the amount of people entering the clinic. Please ask those who are not essential to your care to wait in the car to prevent exposure and minimize risk.
- If you need to pick up contacts lenses, glasses, or have adjustments made please stay in your vehicle and call our phone number when you arrive. We will be offering curbside assistance to meet any of your optical needs for the time being.
Starting Saturday, April 4, the number of customers allowed in the store will be monitored, in order to provide enough space for proper social distancing.
Offices are closed to the public but they are still working and available via phone: (307) 686-3736
Still open, but their office is closed to the public. All non-emergency onsite services are delayed.
If you need to drop off your computer for repair or pick up hardware please call dispatch to schedule a time.
To create a service ticket, email [email protected], click the K² icon on your computer, or call their dispatch:
Gillette: (307) 686-3025 Jackson: (307) 739-1888 Toll Free: (888) 686-3025
Note: Leaving a message also creates a service ticket.
Closed until March 29.
As of March 25, 2020 business operations will be essential/emergency calls only. Call 307-682-2542 if you have any questions, or message them on Facebook.
24/7 emergency service will continue and includes:
- a burst pipe
- sewage back up
- leaking water heater
- gas leak
Open. If you are healthy, there is no need to reschedule your appointment. Attend your physical therapy appointments independently, unless dependent on a caregiver, to lessen spread of germs.
They are open. If you are looking for used parts, please call ahead so they can find it for you and make arrangements for delivery.
If you are sick, please do not visit. Call with questions or requests. (307) 682-9082
Open. Hours have been adjusted to 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM Monday through Saturday.
- Download their app by clicking here. You can shop for and schedule services and access unique specials.
- Make appointments and pay online at www.plainstire.com
- Drop envelopes for car keys and your instructions are available for anyone that needs or desires a “contact free” experience.
- Free Pick-Up and Delivery services for Senior Citizens.
Now offering a concierge pick-up & delivery service: If your car needs repair but you do not wish to visit our shop in person, we will pick up your vehicle (locally), consult with you over the phone about needed repairs, and deliver it back to you once the repairs are completed. We can process payment over the phone.
If a customer finds a vehicle they are interested in on the Platinum Auto website the sales staff will deliver the vehicle to them for a test drive. All vehicles are sanitized before delivery and again when they pick the vehicle back up.
If there is an elderly person who needs items delivered to them we will do that as well. All they need to do is pay for the item, we will go and pick it up and deliver it to their door.
Currently open Wednesday 10-3. They will reopen April 8 will normal business hours.
They sell soap, as well as assorted food items like soups, pasta, bread mixes and coffee.
Still open. Call 307-687-7446 to make appointments or to place orders.
Starting March 23, restricted hours are 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Please call with questions: (307) 682-0077
Beginning Monday the 23rd they will be open by appointment or curbside delivery only.
Visit them on Facebook or call (307) 685-2612 for more information.
Spectrum Reach (the advertising side of the cable and internet company) is here for you doing this time. The ability for small businesses to get their message out with video could be the difference that helps them remain open when this is over – and we want to help. Spectrum Reach is offering any small business in Casper the opportunity to build a FREE commercial that they can use anywhere. In addition, we will offer 20% off TV campaigns if they decide to put that commercial on TV with us. For more information go to spectrumreach.com or contact Mauri Larson at [email protected]
New Hours: 10am-6pm, 7 days a week
Offering curbside pickup of call in orders. (307) 682-4003
Currently leaving deliveries outside, will ring your doorbell.
Only open for phone or Facebook orders from 10 to 3, Monday thru Saturday.
Call 686-9231 or message their Facebook page, they will help you shop over the phone and prepare your order for curbside pickup.
After Easter, they will be closed from Monday, April 13th through Friday April 17th for rest, reorganization, restocking, and reordering.
They will reopen Saturday, April 18th and continue with Facebook and phone shopping from 10-3, Monday through Saturday.
To assist our stores with their cleaning, we will reduce our store hours starting immediately. The new hours are
- Monday — Friday, 8am to 4pm
- Saturday — 8am to Noon
As always, we are closed on Sunday.
Open, but with altered hours:
Starting Thursday, March 19, Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. until further notice.
Automotive services and the tire center will be closed.
Drive-up Pharmacy still open! They do have grocery pickup and delivery services, but please be aware that there is quite a demand for these services at this time.
Tuesday mornings from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m., they will be open strictly for the elderly to shop! This will continue through April 28.
Please note: Walmart is currently hiring. They would like Campbell County to know that anyone who is losing work hours to please contact them for expedited employment. (307) 686-4060
Currently closed due to renovations. Will reopen in April as part of the Iron Horse Skateway (formerly the Razor City Skateland.)
Custom ordering is still available. Call (307) 363-1199 or message their Facebook page for more info.
WyoVision will begin to practice using a schedule that will focus on chronic and emergent care. We may ask you to be willing to postpone, or delay, your routine eye care visit.
Call (307) 682-2747 for more information.
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