**Effective May 10th, 2021, Pitkin County will move to Level Green allowances on Dial 3.0. For more information on capacity restrictions, please visit CDPHE’s indoor event guidance and CDPHE’s outdoor event guidance. Visit Pitkin County Events and Gatherings for local requirements.
**EVENT SAFETY PLANS MUST BE SUBMITTED AT LEAST 5 BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO THE EVENT**
Business safety plans should be filed by the person(s) that is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the business and adhering to the public health order requirements. You may resume operations and open to the public, with restrictions, upon submitting your business safety plan. When you submit, you’ll receive a pdf flyer that instructs customers on the rules in Pitkin County and shows that your business is in compliance. This flyer should be on display at your business, from outside, such as on the door or in a prominent window.
Business Safety Plans & Requirements for Re-Opening
Businesses that plan to re-open in Pitkin County must complete and file a Business Safety Plan Checklist, which outlines the minimum safety measures an entity must implement prior to reopening.