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COVID-19 Updates

We are eager to welcome our homeowners and visitors to Aspen this winter. Our updated safety protocols are honed, and our winter attractions have been modified to proactively protect the health of our visitors and residents.

Please review the public health requirements below, and select either our Visitor Resources or Homeowner Resources for information about what to expect in Aspen.

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.

Masks are Required in Aspen

BRING A MASK. A face covering must be worn at all times when inside a place of business that is open to the public (i.e. grocery stores, pharmacies, etc.) as well as on public transportation like buses and taxis. Face coverings must also be worn outdoors if you can't maintain a six-foot distance from other people outside your household.

ASPEN'S
5 COMMITMENTS
OF CONTAINMENT

Maintain 6 feet of distance

Wash Hands

Wear a Mask

Stay Home if Sick

Seek Testing