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COVID-19 Information for Visitors

Aspen is open to visitors, and we are excited to host you in our vacation rentals with our updated guest safety measures. While some things may look a little different, including the must-have accessory - a mask - many things remain the same. Expand the sections below to find answers to all your questions about what Aspen is like with COVID-19 precautions in place.

ASPEN'S TRAVELER RESPONSIBILITY CODE

The Traveler Affidavit is now the Traveler Responsibility Code, an acknowledgement of Aspen's COVID-19 policies and the CDC's travel guidance.

Effective Friday, March 5, 2021, all overnight visitors, second homeowners, and residents returning from 10 days or more of travel will still be required to fill out the Traveler Responsibility Code on the Pitkin County website and are encouraged, although not required, per CDC travel guidance to get tested before visiting Pitkin County.

Sign the updated Traveler Responsibility Code and learn more >>

Masks are Required in Aspen

WEAR A MASK. Aspen has a mask requirement, so please be prepared to wear a face covering inside any public building or businesses and outside within the Mandated Face Covering Zone. Beyond the zone, you must also wear a mask outside when you may come within 6 feet of another person, and masks are required on all four Aspen Snowmass ski areas.

ASPEN'S
5 COMMITMENTS
OF CONTAINMENT

Maintain 6 feet of distance

Wash Hands

Wear a Mask

Stay Home if Sick

Seek Testing