What's Your Business Status During "Safer at Home"

The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association has created a resource for local businesses to keep the public updated about open status.

Beginning on Monday, May 4 some businesses (see below) will be allowed to reopen provided they have submitted a Social Distancing Plan and that they follow strict precautions.

Please let us know your how your business status may have changed a we move into the "Safer at Home" phase and as Glenwood Springs has lifted the restriction on short-term lodging. Business status can be viewed here. If you previously filled out the form, you can update your entry. If you complete a new form, we will replace your previous status with your current one.

Garfield County Roadmap to Recovery

Colorado’s “Safer at Home” order allows businesses to begin ramping up, while still protecting the well-being of our citizens. Businesses operating in Garfield County must visit  garfield-county.com  and fill out a simple online form before May 4, detailing plans to maintain social distancing and a clean work environment while reopening to the public. This measure supports both public health and economic vitality. Information on the order will be posted as soon as it’s received.

Monday, May 4

  • Under strict precautions, retail businesses can open to the public beyond curbside pickup and delivery.
  • Personal services (salons, dog grooming, personal training, tattoo parlors) can reopen under strict social distancing precautions.
  • Large workplaces at 50% of the in-person workforce, with symptoms and temperature checks as employees enter.

Garfield County wants to provide local businesses and agencies adequate time to complete these plans. They will continue to provide updates and additional information at   garfield-county.com   and through their newsfeed at   garfieldcounty.net   and on their Facebook page @ garfieldhealth  for Garfield County Public Health.

Eagle, Pitkin and Garfield County Matrix

Our friends at the Basalt Chamber have compiled an excellent resource at the link below outlining specific details regarding public orders for Eagle, Pitkin and Garfield County. We know many of our businesses operate in more than one county so please refer to this guide for assistance.