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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Recording: Watch the BTO 2021 Annual Meeting & Summer Preview From June 17
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Town of Breckenridge – Summer 2021: Temporary Outdoor Structures, Firepits, Signs, and Outdoor Merchandise Exemptions FAQs
This summer season, businesses in the Town of Breckenridge may continue to have outdoor dining, temporary outdoor structures, tents and gas firepits, retail stores may continue to display additional retail merchandise outdoors, and all businessses may continue to display additional signage. These rules apply beginning May 13, 2021, and are in effect through September 30, 2021.
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: www.brecksurvey.org/residents
Second homeowners: www.brecksurvey.org/secondhome
Business owners: www.brecksurvey.org/business
Participar en Espanol: www.brecksurvey.org/es