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Breckenridge Community Update Scheduled for Friday, March 5, 9:30am

Join Breckenridge Mayor Eric Mamula, Town Manager Rick Holman, Asst. Town Manager Shannon Haynes, Special Guest Ken Nelson of Flame Group Foods, & Breckenridge Tourism Office President/CEO Lucy Kay, for a Breckenridge Community update on Friday, March 5, 9:30-10:30am. The recorded meeting will end with Q&A. Register Now

Summit County Moving to Level Yellow due to Declining COVID Case Numbers, Effective Friday, February 26

Summit County Public Health officials submitted a request Wednesday to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to move from Level Orange to Level Yellow on the State Dial 2.0, citing 7 days of COVID case data in Level Yellow.  The request has been granted and the county will move to Level Yellow restrictions starting at 6:00 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 26. Learn More

Walkable Main Survey – Now Open for Businesses and Residents

The Town of Breckenridge, through the Breckenridge Tourism Office, is surveying residents and businesses to gather feedback on community interest in closing Main Street again this summer for “Walkable Main.” We appreciate your taking a few minutes to share your views on potentially having “Walkable Main” (closed to traffic) again this summer.   Along with some other key operating considerations, these survey results will be an important component in the Town’s decision-making process. Resident Survey | Business Survey

Colorado’s COVID-19 Dial 2.0 Effective Saturday, February 6

In Dial 2.0, the metrics that determine the dial level have changed. Decreasing COVID-19 rates, coupled with widespread vaccination of the most vulnerable populations have led to these changes in metrics, as the State strives to better reflect a balance between disease suppression and economic activity. Additionally, instead of looking at the metrics over a 14-day period, Dial 2.0 will consider metrics within a 7-day period — making the dial more responsive and flexible.
Summit County Press Release & Business Resources | State of Colorado Press Release & FAQs

Local Public Health Order Amended Effective Jan 20 – Short Term Rentals

Under the amended local public health order, owners and/or entities responsible for the booking and renting of short-term lodging units must confirm renters are aware of and are in compliance with the gathering size limits mandated by CDPHE PHO 20-36 | Learn More