It's no secret: there are things we don't agree on in Summit County. But there's one thing we all have in common: we're ready for this pandemic to end. To get back to normal, it's going to take all of us doing our part. Yes, that includes wearing masks, but there are many other things we can do as well. We've talked about washing hands frequently, staying home when you're sick and social distancing.

Each one of us has been impacted by this virus in more ways than we can count. When all is said and done, we’re in this together. #OneSummit

 

Many Park City businesses and attractions are open and adhering to public health and safety guidelines. To confirm the business you seek is open, we recommend you visit their social media link found on their business listing to check.

 

As of November 2, 2020

Park City and Summit County recently moved into the “high” transmission category.  All visitors and residents are asked to follow social distancing protocols including the current Summit County health-order mandating the use of face masks. Park City’s restaurants, bars, hotels, and recreational areas are currently open and following safe business practices to protect the health and welfare of our residents, guests, and workforce. For details on visiting Park City from outside of Utah please visit the Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau’s travel update page.


Face Coverings are Mandatory

The Face Covering Order was extended through January 8, 2021, which requires all individuals living within or visiting Summit County, Utah, to wear face coverings while inside publicly accessed indoor establishments.

Face Covering must be worn when:

  • Inside of, or in line to enter, any indoor space, which is open to members of the public.
  • Obtaining services from the healthcare industry in settings, including without limitation, a hospital, pharmacy, medical clinic, laboratory, physician or dental office, veterinary clinic, or blood bank, unless directed otherwise by a healthcare provider.
  • Employees, staff, or volunteers engaging in work, whether inside or outside at the workplace or performing work off-site, when: Interacting in-person with any member of the public; working in any space visited by members of the public, regardless of whether anyone from the public is present at the time; or working in any space where food is prepared or packaged for sale or distribution.
  • At all community gatherings, indoor or outdoor, which is defined as a gathering of over fifty (50) people in any one location.

Those Exempt Include:

  • Individuals age two years or under.
  • Individuals with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering.
  • Individuals who are hearing impaired, or communicating with an individual who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.
  • Individuals for whom wearing a face covering would create a risk to the individual related to their work, as determined by local, state or federal regulators or workplace safety guidelines.
  • Individuals who are obtaining a service involving the nose or face for which temporary removal of the face-covering is necessary to perform the service.
  • Individuals who are seated at a restaurant or other establishment that offers food or beverage service, while they are eating or drinking.
  • Individuals who are purchasing a product or receiving a service that requires identification may briefly remove a face covering, as necessary so that the retailer or service provider can verify identity.

 

Public Restrooms in Historic Park City

There are two locations for public restrooms in the Main Street area. Restrooms are sanitized at least three (3) times per day.

 

Hand Sanitizer

Look for hand sanitizer stations along Main Street on the street light poles.


General Cleaning of Public Areas

Benches and rest areas are sanitized every 30 minutes.