Here is a list of some of the closures we know about now.
The Williston Herald has closed its office to walk-in traffic until March 30.
Gov. Doug Burgum has ordered K-12 schools statewide to close until further notice.
Williston State College and TrainND are canceling face-to-face instruction through at least April 3.
WSC has also suspended its spring sports season.
The NDHSAA is suspending the spring sports season.
Williston Parks and Recreation has closed all of its facilities until April 6.
The Williston Concert Association event set for later this week has been canceled, though it might be rescheduled.
The annual Sports and Recreation show has been canceled.
Activities at the Williston Senior Center are canceled, but meals and transportation will still be available.
The April 1 One Million Cups meeting has been canceled.
The James Memorial Art Center has canceled its Out Loud event for Friday, March 20.
The Tetons Athletics Casino Night has been postponed indefinitely.
The James Memorial Art Center has canceled its artist's reception scheduled for April 3.
The Semi-Annual NW ND Job Fair has been postponed.
The Williston Basin Petroleum Conference has been rescheduled for September.
A public hearing on a new truck reliever route around Williston has been postponed.
The Williston Camera Club will not be holding their annual show at the James Memorial Art Center.
The Williston Basin Chapter of the API has cancelled its April 7 meeting.
Kids Day Out on April 25 at the Upper Missouri Valley Fairgrounds has been canceled.
The 47th annual meeting of the Lignite Energy Council April 15 to 16 has been canceled.
Amtrak is waiving fees for changing bookings made now through April 30, to ensure customers have the flexibility to change plans as needed.
North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is suspending all contact visitation at every facility. Email, phone, and video visitation are still available.
The National Archery in Schools Program's state tournament, scheduled for this weekend in Minot has been canceled.
Nemont is closing its offices to the public and technicians will not enter customers' homes or businesses.
Western Stars Gymnastics in Williston has announced that they will be closed until March 31.
Norsk Høstfest canceled for 2020, organizers starting 2021 plan.
American State Bank & Trust Company is closing its lobby. Drive-through and online services will still be available.
Williston Taekwondo and Judo Academy has suspended all classes until April 1.
The Williston Area Woodworkers Show scheduled to begin March 21 at James Memorial Art Center has been cancelled.
The Leather and Lace Gala that had been scheduled for April 18 at the Grand Williston has been postponed. No new date has been announced.
The Youth For Christ Banquet scheduled for April 2 has been postponed until further notice.
Williston's Fill-a-Canoe Scouting for Food Drive will be rescheduled for later in the spring. Gate City Bank has a donation box for those who want to donate during the official Scouting for Food month.
The Bras for a Cause Gumbo Cook Off that had been scheduled for March 28 has been canceled.
The Schwan Memorial 3 on 3 hockey tournament at the Agri Sports Complex has been postponed until the fall.
Menards will have reduced hours to implement additional cleaning procedures.
Signs by Dan is only accepting email or phone orders and customers can come in only to pick up their orders.
The Williston Parks and Recreation District has postponed their Mountain Bikers Social, originally scheduled for Thursday, March 19, until further notice.
Williams County buildings are closed to the public until further notice, but limited court proceedings will continue. Employees can provide assistance via phone or email. Meetings may continue to be held with a virtual option. An update will be given on Friday, March 27 at noon. More information can be found at williamsnd.com.
The Williston Salvation Army is closing its thrift store located at 14 W Broadway will be closed effective Monday, March 23, until further notice.
The Super Smash Bros. eSports tournament, originally scheduled for March 28 at the Williston ARC, has been cancelled.
Williston State College has cancelled all commencement and honors activities scheduled for the week of May 11-15.
Spring Fling Cultural art classes at the James April 6th, 20th, and 27th have been postponed until further notice.
MedQuest has revised store hours to: Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Drive-up service is available by calling 701.774.7438 prior to arrival. 24/7 on call service is still available after hours for emergent respiratory care only.