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Coronavirus and Snowmass Center Essential Services

As of November 14, 2020, Snowmass Village (and all of Pitkin County) is in the Safer at Home, Level 3: High Risk.

Under the new color-coded guidelines, any community classified as blue, yellow, or orange must limit private gatherings to no more than five people from no more than two households.

Pitkin County’s COVID-19 case incidence rate continues to spike at an alarming rate.

Effective Tuesday, November 24, the Pitkin County Public Health Order adds additional protective measures to the Orange Level on Colorado’s COVID-19 Dial. Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 in our community, business partners came together and developed these measures. By taking additional steps now, we can work together to reduce the continuing rise in cases and prevent Pitkin County from moving to the red level. For a more detailed overview of our current situation, see the latest update from our COVID-19 Epidemiologist, Josh Vance.

The state recently revised the levels that are now presented in the Pitkin COVID-19 dial. Please find more details on the State’s public health order and on the State COVID-19 dial information page.

There are three mandatory mask or face covering zones in Snowmass Village. The zones, include the Snowmass Mall from Fall Lane north to Daly Lane and from the bend where Brush Creek Road transitions into Carriage Way east to Fanny Hill; all of Base Village, including the entrance area of the Viceroy Snowmass Resort; and both the Snowmass Center and Town Hall areas, including the Brush Creek roundabout connection to Base Village.

Snowmass Village Town Council directed staff to draft the mandatory mask ordinance to create consistency across Pitkin County, better aligning Snowmass’ mask requirements and regulations to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 with those already established by the city of Aspen and reinforcing the current Pitkin County public health order.

To view Pitkin County guidelines per sector please visit: https://covid19.pitkincounty.com/business-resources/#sector-guidelines

For customers visiting the Snowmass Center to access essential services, please continue to adhere to social distancing restrictions. Maintain at least six feet in space from others - that is approximately the length of skis.

ESSENTIAL SERVICES AND HOURS

  • Clark's Market
    • Open Daily
    • 7-8 AM: Senior shopping only (60+)
    • 8 AM-8 PM: Open to the general public (6’ tape boundaries set up at checkouts.  No self-serve options)
    • on-line shopping with curbside pick-up available
  • US Post Office
    • Mondays-Fridays: 8:30 AM–4:30 PM
    • Saturdays: 9 AM–12 PM
    • Sundays: Closed
  • Ajax Supply 
    • Mondays-Fridays: 8 AM-5 PM
    • Saturdays: 9 AM-5 PM
    • Sundays: 9 AM-5 PM
    • pick up and drop off for UPS available
  • Tasters 
    • Mondays-Sundays: 11 AM-9 PM
    • to-go and delivery available
  • Daly Diner
    • Open Daily
    • 7 AM-3 PM
  • Cleaner’s Express
    • Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 10 AM-1 PM
  • Sundance  
    • Open Daily
    • 11 AM-8 PM
    • Ten (10) people only in the store at a time
    • offering curbside pick-up
    • home delivery available

 

Hours of operation are subject to change.

 

Pitkin County COVID-19 Information

 

State of Colorado COVID-19 Information

Social distancing Infographic
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