We’re facing sticker shock at gas stations, airlines scaling back on flights and higher food prices. 

What does the economy and future hold for people living in Yellowstone County?

You’ll have the chance to ask those questions and more coming up on May 24th during the State of the City and State of the County addresses.

The Billings Chamber of Commerce is hosting a breakfast to talk about those concerns as well as new housing developments, continued work on public safety solutions, and opportunities to improve the MetraPark.

These are important issues impacting Billings residents, business owners, and employees.

You can register the morning of the event on Tuesday, May 24th, at 7:30 a.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn. 

Mayor Bill Cole will give his State of the City address and Commissioner Denis Pitman will give the State of the County address. Afterwards, both will take questions.

The cost is $25. You’ll have breakfast and time for networking and reconnecting with colleagues.