Special Election for the Livingston Wellness Center
Beginning February 28, Livingston property owners registered to vote will receive special election ballots in the mail to help fund the operations of the FREE Livingston Wellness Center. The deadline to return ballots to the Park County Elections Office is March 19.
Thanks to hundreds of volunteer hours and private donations, the Livingston Wellness Center will be designed, constructed, and furnished at no cost to Livingston residents.
The special election to create the Livingston Recreation Facility District will ask Livingston property owners registered to vote to cover roughly half of the annual operations and maintenance costs to keep the doors open and lights on, estimated at just over $12 per home per month.
IF enough residents vote in favor of the Livingston Recreation Facility District, the FREE Community Wellness Center will be built at Katie Bonnell Memorial Park in 2024-2025. That’s right. By next year, you and your loved ones will have free access to indoor swimming pools, a gymnasium, basketball, and pickleball courts, a playground, after-school programs, summer camps, a running and walking track field, classrooms and meeting rooms, physical therapy, nutrition and health programming, and more.
Membership to the Community Wellness Center will be FREE for all City of Livingston residents—can you find a better deal in the state?
This is a MAIL-ONLY election. Check your mailbox beginning Feb 28 and return your ballot to the Park County Elections Office ASAP.
Registered voters will have until March 19 to return ballots to the Park County Elections Office located at 414 E Callender Street.
What happens if you don’t receive a ballot, or it gets lost/thrown out? Registered voters who own property within city limits can request a Landowner Ballot for the Livingston Recreation District at parkcounty.org.
Visit Livingstonwellnesscenter.com for more information about the project.