COVID19  Business Resource Center

Keep Park County Open for Business

This Business Resource Center is designed to support leaders and employees safely put the pandemic behind us and get life back to normal. Please utilize the resources below, and check back for updates as information becomes available. Below you will find links to guiding policies, programs and resources. Sign-up for Email Updates: COVID19 Open for Business Updates.

State COVID-19 Dial and Guidance 

Effective April 9 at 6 am, Park County is in Level Green: Protect Our Neighbor on the state's COVID19 DialDial-Level-Green-with-headline

Please review the updated Capacity Limits - per CDPHE for Level Green. 

Here is a summary of the guidance for Level Green counties:

  • Counties can set their own mask requirements. Therefore, masks are now optional in Park County unless you enter the following:
    1. These public settings: K-12 schools, child care centers, indoor children’s camps, public-facing state government facilities, congregate care facilities, and prisons and jails. 
    2. Health care settings — including hospitals, urgent-care centers and doctors’ offices; 
    3. Businesses that choose to require face coverings be worn by patrons or employees (posted signs at entrance); or 
    4. Personal-services businesses, such as hair and nail salons.
  • Counties and regions certified for Level Green may allow any business, activity, or gathering within their jurisdiction to fully operate with no capacity restrictions other than those resulting from 6 feet distancing, except for the following businesses and activities may operate at 50% of their pre-pandemic capacity not to exceed 500 people: 
    • Bars 
    • Smoking lounges 
    • Unseated Indoor events
    • Organized indoor recreational youth or adult league sports
    • Indoor Children’s Day Camps, Residential Camps, Youth Sports Day Camps and Exempt Single Skill-Building Youth Camps
  • Counties may increase their businesses and activities operational capacity by 5% each month that the county continues to meet the metrics in Section II.B.1 of this Order.
  • Seated Indoor Events may seat up to 10 people together including non-household members; however, if a seated Indoor Event will exceed 500 people, the event operator or organizer must consult with CDPHE.

The COVID-19 Dial framework was established in the Tenth Amended Public Health Order 20-36. It was designed to increase transparency, predictability and simplicity. It includes five levels, from least to most restrictive. 

To find the latest on the state's COVID19 response, please visit  Covid19.colorado.gov


COVID Phase 2 eligibilityVaccine Eligibility Update:  

All Coloradans age 16 and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID19 vaccine and  anyone over the age of 18 are eligible to receive the Janssen or Moderna vaccines. 

Please help connect employees with Park County's vaccine resources and nearby clinic locations. 

Vaccine Finder is also a valuable tool to help connect people with vaccine appointments. 

For details on the various approved vaccines, list of providers, and county-level data, please visit:covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine.