Face Coverings Policy
February 11, 2021
Mask Mandate Update
Gov. Greg Gianforte announced this week that he will lift the statewide mask mandate on Friday, February 12. He noted that county health departments will be allowed to continue their restrictions under the current state of emergency. The local mask mandate approved by the Gallatin City-County Board of Health currently remains in place.
Our Co-op began requiring face coverings in early May of 2020. This was prior to former Gov. Steve Bullock enacting the statewide mandate in mid-July.
We will continue to require masks after the mandate is lifted.
Regardless of changes at the state or county level, our first priority is to the health and safety of our staff and customers. We will continue to require face coverings until the science tells us it is safe to change. We are not able to predict a timeline on when this may occur.
As always, we encourage everyone to shop wherever they feel most comfortable. Please refrain from engaging with our staff about this while shopping. Any feedback should be directed to a manager via [email protected].
Looking for alternative options to shopping in the store?
CO-GO online grocery shopping and curbside pick-up is available.
We do not require that customers wear masks at pick-up. However, ask that you remain in your vehicle.