PCTB Executive Director Beth Wiles, CDME
Our focus during this time is on the health and safety of our communities and friends from around the world. Reliable sources for more information on COVID-19 can be found at the WHO and CDC websites.
This time is extremely stressful and anxiety can set in. It is important for you to engage in safe activities with your family, in particular the children. Time away from the constant barrage of information will be key to your mental and physical wellbeing. Take time each day for fresh air by sitting on your porch or deck, tossing a ball, or taking a stroll around your property.
Stores and restaurants are instituting options for services and goods to avoid community gathering spots. For a list of restaurant delivery and take-out options in Pulaski County, Missouri please visit: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/restaurant-delivery-take-out
Previously promoted events should be considered postponed. If you have a question contact the event planner directly. Planners will announce at a later time if they will reschedule their event. Subscribe to our blog or visit our online calendar for updates.
A Stay-At-Home order for Pulaski County, Missouri went into effect Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Travel should be limited to emergencies or necessity for supplies. If you find yourself in need of overnight accommodations the following properties are open. Check with the property regarding their written policy on their required standards to ensure a clean environment for your stay.
At this time the Pulaski County Visitors Center operations will be suspended until further notice. Administrative work will continue and we ask that you call 573.336.6355, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us through our Facebook Page.