The Breckenridge Tourism Office (BTO) is closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on the local economy and strives to be a valuable, timely resource for our community. Below you’ll find assistance and guidance on how employees and employers can best plan and respond right now. If there is anything the BTO can provide to better serve you, please contact Tessa at

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Summit County Local Dial Framework and Capacity Increases Take Effect Friday, April 16

Summit County Public Health issued an amended and restated Public Health Order Thursday to align with the updated CDPHE health order that will dissolve the current state Dial 3.0 beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, April 16. Control over COVID-19 restrictions will now rest with each county to determine what is best for their unique situation. County will have the ability to move to Level Green and 100% capacity as soon as 70% of residents are fully vaccinated or Level Green incidence metrics are met. Learn More

Breckenridge Community Expectations Survey

The Breckenridge Tourism Office is conducting our 3rd Expectations Survey focusing on what’s next for Breckenridge after COVID-19. Your feedback is important to the future of our community. To participate, please visit the link that best suits your affiliation. Residents:
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Transition Season Business Closures

Is your business thinking about taking a couple of weeks off later this spring? We want to know about it! We realize everything is tentative at this time, so please keep us informed of your current and even maybe-plans to temporarily close – and update later as your schedule may change. Provide Tentative Closing Dates
Pro Tip: Don’t forget to update your Google My Business (GMB) page and social listings for the most impactful results and keeping your customers informed of any changes.  GMB Webinar:  Part 1 – The Fundamentals | GMB Webinar: Part 2 – Advanced | BTO Special Session: Best Practices & Tips For Google, FB, TripAdvisor, & More

Watch Recording – Breckenridge Community Update Thursday, April 15

Join Breckenridge Mayor Eric Mamula, Town Manager Rick Holman, Asst. Town Manager Shannon Haynes, Special Guest Summit County Public Health Director Amy Wineland, and BTO President/CEO Lucy Kay, for a Breckenridge Community Update held April 15 addressing State’s COVID dial ending and giving way to more local control. Watch Meeting | View Presentation Slides