COVID-19 UPDATES          

This page was created for local Snowmass Village COVID-19 updates. 

For regional updates and public health info, please visit Pitkin County Website. The County now has a form for people who are symptomatic online.  

As a safety measure against the spread of COVID, Town Hall offices are open by appointment only.  For assistance, you may contact the Department directly or call 970-923-3777.

Updated August 11th, 2020 10:16 AM

08-10-2020 Snowmass Town Council passes emergency Ordinance creating 3 mandatory mask zones in Snowmass Village.

The ordinance was established to help create consistency across Pitkin County and to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.  The new mandatory Mask Zones are Snowmass Center, Snowmass Mall, and Base Village.  While in any of these zones or anytime you are within 6 feet of someone in a public location a mask or face covering must be worn.

Thank you for your cooperation

Ordinance No. 11, Series of 2020

Mandatory Mask Zone Map

07-16-2020 Gov. Jared Polis has issued a statewide mask order for individuals over 10 years of age in all public indoor spaces. 

07-23-20 State mandate that prohibits businesses from serving alcohol after 10:00 pm.  It is not a curfew, however, and businesses do not have to close to the public at 10:00 pm. For more details on the State Order.

List of Snowmass Events happening

Snowmass Recreation Center is open but you must register for a time or program and be a member to access the facility

Snowmass Mountain Activities  information

Current Public Health Order  07-10-2020

Town Departments

  • Snowmass Village Trash pick-up will continue as normal
  • Police department- Please contact them at 923-5330 for all non-emergency questions Emergencies call 9-1-1
  • Many town services can be performed online, and during this time we request that you please attempt to self help yourself at tosv.com.
    • Town Manager’s Office 970-923-3777
    • Finance/Accounting/Sales Tax questions 970-923-3796
    • Housing Department 970-923-2360
    • Parking/Transportation 970-923-2543
    • Public Works Department 970-923-5110
    • Tourism 970-923-2000
    • Snowmass Recreation Center 970-922-2240

Mayor Markey Butler COVID-19 Address to the Community:

May 29, 2020

As we slowly and cautiously re-open under the next phases of the Public Health Order, Mayor Markey Butler would like to welcome guests and part-time residents back to Snowmass Village. Find her latest address to the community, here.

https://www.tosv.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1088 

Playground, Skate Park, and Tennis Courts at Town Park open Monday, June 1st, 2020.  As per safety protocols currently in place, please continue to practice social distancing and wearing a mask.

Snowmass Recreation Center, pools, programs, and fitness classes will start Monday, June 15th, 2020 with new protocols in place to protect your health as well as the health of the employees.   Click here for full details.

Some of these protocols are, but not limited to:

A current paid membership will be required to use the facility. No cash or credit card payments will be allowed at this time. All membership options are available online at snowmassrecreation.com. Guests are required to wear a mask when entering/exiting the facility and are required to wear a mask when exercising. All guests (each family member) are required to register online for a specific time slot starting on Saturday for the following week. The Recreation Center will close for cleaning during scheduled times throughout the day. The outdoor pool will open on June 15, 2020, for lap and leisure swim within capacity constraints. Online registration is required. Currently, the climbing wall/bouldering cave is not available for any usage. Fitness Classes will be available with online pre-registration only.

Current Public Health Order-June 4th, 2020

 Snowmass Village community members and visitors are asked to be vigilant about preventing the spread of COVID-19 and adhere to the Five Commitments of Containment as we enter this new phase.  We all need to work together.

Snowmass Village Food Distribution

Aspen Family Connections will begin distributing food to Snowmass Village residents in need this Friday (5/1). From 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., residents can pick up free food items at the Rodeo Lot. Aspen Family Connections asks residents to enter at the Rodeo Lot and exit through the Town Park/recreation center parking lot. Signage will be posted to help traffic flow.

The village-specific food distribution is set to take place every two weeks on Fridays and is open to any and all Snowmass Village residents.

Snowmass Village Food Distribution

  • Every Other Friday 
  • 12 noon - 2 p.m. 
  • Town Park Rodeo Lot 
  • 2835 Brush Creek Rd.

Pitkin County Health Press Release outlining the latest changes to the "Stay At Home" order that begins Saturday, May 9th.

  • Press Release

Mayor Markey Butler Addresses to the Community:

Construction, Landscaping, Non-permitted Construction, Lodging, Retail, and all other businesses Operational Safety Plans.

Pitkin County Health Order is currently allowing the operation of some business, others to follow beginning May 9th when the State "safer-at home" order goes to the next phase.  To operate every business must follow the Operational Safety guidelines outlined specifically for their business.  

List of all Business and their Operational Safety Plan

Village Shuttle:

For the safety of riders and your bus driver, we ask that you start wearing a face mask when riding the Village Shuttle.   Effective April 20th all passengers riding the Snowmass Village Shuttle will be required to have a face covering. Scarves, bandannas, buffs, or other non-medical coverings are acceptable.

COVID-19 Rent Extension/Payment Plan Request Process for the Snowmass Housing Authority.

Click here to start the process

Coronavirus and Snowmass Center Essential Services

To find out what is open at the Snowmass Center Click Here

List of Aspen and Snowmass Restaurants offering Take-out and Delivery Click Here


 Letter from the Snowmass Town Council to the Community       Open here.  March 24th, 2020

STANDING PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER  March 23rd, 2020 Third Amending Notice of Public Health Order, Stay-At-Home  This health order does apply to Snowmass Village

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Want to Volunteer

Any individual that would like to assist members of the community that need your help please contact Valerie Carlin at the Aspen Community Foundation (AFC):                              valerie@aspencommunityfoundation.org

Want to contribute monetarily

All monetary contributions can be made to ACF here: https://aspencommunityfoundation.org/covid-19-regional-response-fund/

Village Shuttle Schedule Starting Monday, March 23rd, 

Contact the Transportation office with any questions 970-923-2543 or go to their website at

http://villageshuttle.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=100 

RFTA Service Change Starting Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Aspen to Parachute-COVID Relief Programs

Valley Wide Relief Services

COVID-19 COMMUNITY MEETING:

Join us for Q&A as the regional experts answer the questions you submitted, live: 

https://www.youtube.com/user/grassrootstv12

Required parking permits have been suspended in Snowmass

Parking in Snowmass Village is now free for all lots, including parking in Base Village Garage and Two Creeks.  Please respect the time restrictions in Lot 5 & 6 and the required permit for Lot 7 (merchants lot), this will still be enforce.


Letter to the community:

On behalf of the elected officials in the Roaring Fork Valley, please find the letter below to the community regarding the regional status of COVID-19.

March 15th Letter to the Community

Snowmass Tourism Updates 

All Large Events in Pitkin County are Cancelled Until Further Notice.

Pitkin County Public Health has issued an order mandating the cancellation of any event with 50+ attendees. Restaurants and businesses are allowed to continue operations but must implement additional social distancing measures. Details on specific events are available at GoSnowmass.com

Snowmass Recreation Center 

The Town of Snowmass Village Recreation Center will be closed until further notice.

In an abundance of caution, the Town of Snowmass Village has elected to close the Recreation Center facility in an attempt to cooperate with our community partners, public health agencies, and the state of Colorado. Thank you for your understanding, and stay safe.

Snowmass Transportation

Village Shuttle routes and services remain operational as scheduled. For the safety of other passengers and your bus driver, please DO NOT USE VILLAGE SHUTTLE services if you’re experiencing any illness or flu-like symptoms.

Snowmass Village Shuttle buses have focused on wiping down all of the hard surfaces in the interior with disinfectant frequently.  Seats directly by the drivers have been blocked off for their safety.  Being a Public bus it is more important that all passengers take simple everyday prevention measures.  Hand sanitizer dispensers can be found on the busses.

RFTA:

Beginning Monday, March 16th, RFTA will be reducing services - including the Snowmass Village connector route. You can find the lastest Snowmass Village connector schedule online at www.rfta.com.

Town Hall Updates:

Most Town Boards and Commission meetings are canceled until further notice (unless it is able to be done remotely). The Town Council meeting for Monday, March 16th is still scheduled to take place at 4 p.m. at Town Hall. 

Many town services can be performed online, and we request that you please attempt to self help yourself at tosv.com before visiting any of our offices. Examples of online services to you include:

  • Paying rent for housing
  • Paying a parking ticket
  • Applying or renewing a business / liquor license
  • Searching public records
  • Applying for a building permit

Snowmass Police Department

Snowmass Village Police are proceeding with normal operations. The Police Department office will be locked to limit our contact with the public for non-emergent matters. Public seeking assistance should contact 970-923-5330 for non-emergency assistance. If you have an emergency, please call 911.

PLEASE rely on the official, trusted sources for information and not secondhand knowledge. Rumors and bad information spread faster than any disease out there, which only causes distress.