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‘Recreate Responsibly’ guidelines include:
1. Know Before You Go: Check the status of the place you want to visit. If it is closed, don’t go. If it’s crowded, have a backup plan.
2. Practice Physical Distancing: Keep your group size small. Be prepared to give others space. If you are sick, stay home.
3. Plan Ahead: Prepare for facilities to be closed, pack lunch, and bring essentials like hand sanitizer and a face covering. Check local regulations regarding the need for a face covering.
4. Play it Safe: Slow down and choose lower-risk activities to reduce your risk of injury. Search and rescue operations and health care resources are both strained.
5. Explore Locally: Limit long-distance travel and make use of local parks, trails, and public spaces. Be mindful of your impact on the communities you visit.
6. Leave No Trace: Respect public lands and waters, as well as Native and local communities. Take all garbage with you.
7. Build an Inclusive Outdoors: Be an active part of making the outdoors safe and welcoming for all identities and abilities.
INFORMACION DE INCENDIO
Condiciones de incendio locales y estatales
Información actual sobre incendios de Montana
Pronóstico de peligro de incendio
CONDICIONES DEL CAMINO
Condiciones del camino
Cierres e incidentes de carreteras
CONDICIONES DEL RÍO
Condiciones del río local
Condiciones del río Yellowstone del USGS
Montana Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis Lifeline
Contact 24/7, at 988 or by texting “MT” to 741741
414 E Callender St (406) 222-2061
Park County Emergency Services
414 E Callender Street
Non-emergency questions contact the Park County Hotline 406-222-4131 during business hours.
If this is an Emergency please dial 9-1-1
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Non-Emergency Dispatch 406-222-2050
Welcome to Livingston, a wonderland of vintage architecture and breathtaking vistas. It's an ideal setting for many film and photography needs with a dedicated film ranch, experienced local crews, preserved historic town, active railroad, the longest free-flowing river in the lower 48 states, and stunning mountain, prairie, ranching, farming, and luxury lifestyle vistas. For many years and in many ways, Livingston has proven to be just the location that many in the industry have been searching for.
If you are interested in filming in the City of Livingston, please fill out the Filming Questionnaire and return it to:
City of Livingston
414 East Callender St.
Livingston, MT 59047
Additional questions, please contact the City Manager at 406-823-6000.
Yellowstone Film Ranch site in beautiful Paradise Valley.
More information at the Montana Film Office website
Montana Film Regulations
Alison Witmer, Montana Film Commissioner, email@example.com | 406.841.2881 | 406.461.8760
Sean Tippin, Locations Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org | 406.841.2880
Stacey Zyliak, Media Incentive & Grant Specialist, email@example.com | 406.841.2883
Partial list of Major Motion Pictures Filmed in the Livingston Area:
Rancho Deluxe (1975)
Amazing Grace and Chuck (1987)
Cold Feet (1989)
A River Runs Through It (1992)
Keep the Change (1992)
The Last Ride (1994)
Broken Arrow (1996)
Everything That Rises (1998)
The Hi-Line (1999)
Me and Will (1999)
The Horse Whisperer (1998)
White of Winter (2003)
Steal Me (2005)
A Plumm Summer (2007)
Your Mommy Kills Animals (2007)
A Fork in the Road (2010
Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs (2015)
Certain Women (2016)
Timber the Treasure Dog (2016)
Charged, the Eduardo Garcia Story (2017)
Broken Ghost (2017)
Walking Out (2017)
Robert the Bruce (2019)
Peckinpah Suite (2019)
The Last Beyond (2020)
A Montana Story (2021)
The Hail Mary (2021)
Terror on the Prairie (2022)
The Old Way (2022)
God's Country (2022)
Death on the Dearborn (post production)
Organ Trail (2023)