We continue to welcome our visitors and second homeowners to Aspen. While public health restrictions continue to shift, we continue to maintain our safety protocols to ensure our guests, homeowners, and staff remain protected.
On Sept. 16, 2021, Pitkin Country Public Health reinstated an indoor-mask requirement.
All individuals age 2 and older, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask indoors. Public indoor spaces include all enclosed indoor areas except for an individual's residence.
Masks are not required in outdoor settings unless mandated by a business on their premises.
There are several exceptions that allow for an individual to remove his or her mask while performing the following activities:
- When seated at a restaurant or actively eating and drinking
- When necessary to provide identification
- When engaging in a performing arts activity, leading a religious service, or engaged in similar activities as long as the individual maintains at least 12 feet distance from others
- While swimming in an indoor swimming pool
For more information about our local safety requirements, as well as testing and vaccine availability, visit covid19.pitkincounty.com.