COVID-19 Toolbox

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


Summit County to Move to Level Red Effective Friday, November 20 at 5pm

Summit County will move to Level Red as soon as Friday, November 20 after being in Level Orange since November 6. More details and the updated public health order to be released at

Save the Date: Breckenridge Tourism Office – Winter Update & Expectations

Thursday, December 10, 9:30-10:30am
Breckenridge Tourism Office President/CEO, Lucy Kay invites you to attend the 202021 Winter Update and Expectations webinar. Lucy will be joined by BTO Chief Marketing Officer Brett Howard and a number of special guests. The Agenda is being finalized with a variety of topics to cover. Register Now

Merchant Pass Applications for 20-21 Season Now Open!

Unlike Individual passes, the merchant pass belongs to the business, and may be transferred once, from one employee to another employee of the same business. Learn more or apply now.

November 20th Meeting Recording: Breckenridge Community Update/Rapidly Changing Business Environment

Watch Breckenridge Mayor Eric Mamula, Breckenridge Town Manager Rick Holman, Asst. Town Manager Shannon Haynes, Restauranteur Ken Nelson, President/CEO of the Breckenridge Tourism Office & Host Lucy Kay for a Breckenridge Community Update covering the rapidly changing business climate presented on November 20. Watch Now

Breck 101 Registration – Now Open

The mission of the Breck 101 program is to provide Breckenridge’s guest service workers an opportunity to experience first-hand the offerings they’re trusted to recommend while also learning about support resources available to them as residents. This experiential guest-service training program offers activity outings, fine dining experiences, spa services, lodging tours, and a retail scavenger hunt to Breckenridge’s most guest-facing employees – all at no cost. Due to limited capacities this winter, ensuring your team’s awareness of all the Breckenridge area has to offer is more important than ever. Register Now to Learn More.

Updated FAQ for Breck Businesses – Winter Outdoor Signage, Merchandise, & Structures

Businesses in the Town of Breckenridge have additional allowances with outdoor displays this winter. Read the latest on tents, additional signage, and outdoor displays.


OnwardCOOne-Stop Resource
CO Department of Labor & Employment Unemployment Benefits
If you’ve already applied, check on your payment here.
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
Connect for Health ColoradoEmergency Health Insurance Enrollment
Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) Urgent Support Services
Please call to begin your application: 970-262-3888
Summit Community Care ClinicMedical, Behavioral, and Dental Services
Building Hope Summit CountyMental Health Resources
Scholarship Information | Programa de Becas
Peer Support Groups:
Reflect and Connect Cafe | La Hora del Cafecito

Restaurant Employee Support Group
Restaurant Manager Support Group
Youth Support Groups:
(ages 12 – 20) | El HYPE (12 a 20 años de edad)
Summit County Public HealthPublic Health Orders, Local Testing Information, & Other FAQs

Reopening Guidance

& Resources
Town of Breckenridge (TOB) Business FAQs for Winter Tents, Signs, & Outdoor Merchandise
COVID Response Supplies
Conservation During COVID-19
Emergency Sign Code Ordinance
Mask Zone” Printable Poster
Breckenridge Tourism Office (BTO) Concierge Box
Seasonal activity guides for Breckenridge front-line staff.
Winter Event Update for Businesses
Photo & Video Assets for Breckenridge Businesses
Summit County Public HealthPublic Health Updates & Orders
Facial Covering Enforcement Resource
Be the Reason” Printable Poster
“Got Mask? | Tienes Mascara?” Printable Door Hanger
6 Ways to Stop the Spread | 6 Formas De Detener La Propacion Printable Signs
CO Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE)Industry Sector Guidance
CO Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) Free Professional Services and Reopening Business Templates
CO Tourism Office (CTO)Care for Colorado – Responsible Tourism Content Hub
Colorado Travel & COVID-19 Talking Points

Industry Research

Summit Association of RealtorsCOVID-19 Updates from the National Association of REALTORS® and the Colorado Association of REALTORS®
ADARATravel Trends Tracker
Destination Analysts Coronavirus Travel Sentiment Index Report
Inntopia Destimetrics Covid-19 Impact Analysis
SkiftTravel Industry Association Guidelines
US Small Business Administration Small Business Guidance
US Travel Association Industry Guidance for “Travel in the New Normal”


US Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (EIDL)
EIDL Emergency Advance
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
Maximizing Your PPP Loan Forgiveness
Express Bridge Loan Program
Debt Relief Program
Local Assistance and Free Business Counseling
US Department of LaborSick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
Energize ColoradoEnergize Colorado Gap Fund
CO Department of Labor & Employment Work-Share Program
Summit County Small Business Grant Program
Town of BreckenridgeBreckenridge Small Business Rent Relief Program


Summit FoundationApplying for Grants & Resources
Philanthropy ColoradoColorado Relief Funds
El Pomar FoundationColorado Assistance Fund (CAF)


Town of Breckenridge (TOB)Town of Breckenridge Updates
Summit County, CO Government Amended Public Health Order
Emergency Blog
Summit School District School Updates
CO Department of Public Health & Environment Colorado Updates
Centers for Disease Control Situation Summary
World Health Organization Coronavirus Overview