November 13, 2020
Last Updated: November 13, 2020
Grand County is currently in Safer at Home - Level Orange until at least November 30. These guidelines include, but are not limited to:
- Gathering size - Up to 10 people from no more than 2 households
- Indoor restaurant seating - 25% capacity or 50 people
- Offices - 25% capacity
- Bars - closed
- Gyms and fitness - 25% capacity, 25 indoors, or outdoors in groups less than 10
- Places of worship with indoor seating - 25% capacity or 50 people
The number of COVID-19 cases for Grand County and all of Colorado has been rising rapidly. In order to save our ski season and keep our economy alive and thriving, we need to mitigate the spread of COVID within our community, and we need to take drastic measures NOW. We need to Stop the Spread and Save our Season.
Let’s work together, as a community, to remind ourselves, our friends, our family, our co-workers, our guests to wear masks, wash our hands, and watch our distance. We can and we must stop the spread.
Get Out and Play!
Venture out and explore your own backyard! Visit the Headwaters Trails Alliance to find new trails and campgrounds to love so we can all spread out.
Also be aware that there will be some road and trail closures this summer as part of regular maintenance. A portion of Vasquez Road will be closed starting June 1. The Headwaters Trails Alliance has the latest information about trail closures.
The Town of Winter Park has taken action to help local restaurants be able to quickly expand their patios and outdoor seating - read about our efforts. Local staff are taking every precaution to ensure that guests can enjoy a safe experience - see the safety precautions. Your patio seat is waiting!
Winter Park Short-Term rentals are now able to be open under Grand County’s Approved Variance Request. Operators are eager to welcome back visitors and will be following extensive safety guidelines. See the safety guidelines
For Part-Time Residents
We’re glad you’re back. A lot has changed over these past few months but what we love most about Winter Park hasn’t. The air is still clear, the mountains still majestic, and the rivers and streams are still running. Our doors are reopening and the community is ready to welcome all those who want to venture out and explore our open spaces this summer or just reflect, relax, and destress.