Mayor Pete Muldoon asks visitors to travel responsibly

JACKSON, Wyo. — Mayor Pete Muldoon released a video through the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce at the end of March asking visitors to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Now, with businesses slowly opening, Muldoon has released another video asking visitors to travel responsibly.

With the opening of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, more visitors are expected to come through Jackson while the town is cautiously preparing for the summer season.

“Now we’re slowly getting ready to welcome visitors back and encourage careful consideration of your visit as our health services and tourism services remain limited,” Muldoon said in the video. “We’re gradually re-opening with your safety and the safety of our community in mind.”

In the video, Muldoon offers guidelines on how to travel safely. The guidelines focus on being clean, careful, and connected.

Muldoon continued, “As a community, we’re doing everything possible to get ready for your arrival, but we’re not a hundred percent up and running just yet. If you’re planning on traveling, we ask that you travel responsibly and respect our community by following the clean, careful, and connected protocols.”

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