Wednesday, April 22 Update:
Routt County Commissioners Extend Lodging Restrictions To May 31. County To Follow State's Lead On 'Safer At Home' Restrictions
Tuesday, April 21 Update:
Colorado Will Shift From Stay-At-Home To Safe-At-Home. Here's What That Looks Like As The State Slowly Reopens
As the statewide curve of COVID-19 related hospitalizations continues to flatten, Colorado's stay-at-home order is set to expire Sunday, April 26. But that doesn't mean that Monday, April 27, we'll be able to get back to the same way that we were living our lives in January or February. Instead, Gov. Polis announced a slow roll on Monday.
Friday, April 10 Update:
Routt County Board of Commissioners has implemented its 3rd public health order related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Under this new order employees and customers of critical businesses that remain open are required to wear face coverings; employees must self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms each day; and specific social distancing requirements must be implemented to protect the safety and health of all employees and customers.
Tuesday, April 7 Update:
Routt County law enforcement community letter encourages residents to abide by the State Public Health Order not to leave home except for critical activities through April 26. The letter also supports the Routt County Commissioners order that restricts lodging for visitors and compels second homeowners to not to stay in their Yampa Valley home.
Thursday, April 2 Update:
Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. officially announced today it will not reopen for the remaining two weeks of the 2019-20 ski season.
Wednesday, March 25 Update:
Gov. Jared Polis on Wednesday ordered the majority of Colorado's 5.8 million residents to stay home in the state government's most forceful attempt yet to counter the spread of the novel coronavirus.
I direct all Coloradans to stay at home, subject to limited exceptions such as obtaining food and other household necessities, going to and from work at critical businesses, seeking medical care, caring for dependents or pets, or caring for a vulnerable person in another location.
Tuesday, March 24 Update:
Routt County Commissioners Issue Executive Orders to Reduce COVID-19 Community Spread and Save Lives in the Community. The first Order prohibits new visitors in hotels, motels and short-term rentals and the second Order limits gatherings to no larger than five people at a time. Both Orders are in effect on March 24 and go through April 24, 2020 unless rescinded or extended.
All lodging including hotels, motels, short-term rentals, such as VRBO's, Airbnb's, and campgrounds may not accept any new reservations or visitors with limited exceptions. There shall be no new bookings or reservations for the time period in which this Order is in effect. Reservations beginning on or after 8:00 a.m. on March 27, 2020 shall be cancelled.
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