Can we travel to Granby? Currently we are following the states guidelines. Lodging establishments are able to reopen starting May 22, 2020 for essential travel. Short term rentals are able to open starting May 27, 2020. The order does still ask that people not travel further than 10 miles from their home to recreate.
Restaurants are open for curbside and delivery service.
Retail is open with limited occupancy.
See Safer-At-Home Do’s and Don’ts below
|Marinas / Lake||Public Ramps open | Marinas are renting||Link|
|Fishing||River Beats 3,4,5 will open June 1 |Lake Fishing Report||Link|
|Trails: Hiking / Biking||Open, except National Park | Dry Biking and Hiking Trails||Link|
|ATV / Offroad|
|Rocky Mtn. National Park||Phased Opening begins May 27. Reservations required starting June 4.||Link|
|Arapahoe National Forest||Temporary Restrictions through May 31 | Fire ban in Nat. Forest||Link|
|Scenic Drives||Open | Suggested local drives||Link|
|Campgrounds||Most developed recreation areas are closed, scheduled to open June 1. | Dispersed camping is allowed. | Fire ban restrictions | RV camping is open | Plan ahead||Link|
What kind of precautions are businesses taking to reduce risk to the public?
Grand County has released a Suppression and Mitigation Order which outlines the minimum requirements for businesses to abide by to be able to open.
What are the restrictions from the Safer-At-Home order?
Here is a reminder of the DOs and DON’Ts of the Stay-At-Home order.
Are masks required?
Masks are strongly encouraged and some businesses do require masks before entering their business. Wearing masks helps reduce the spread of Covid-19 and helps protect our local work force. The health of our community is our number one priority. Please be kind and respect the wishes of businesses asking you to wear a mask while inside their building.