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COVID-19 Updates

Boulder County: 

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment shared that Boulder County is transitioning to the next level of restrictions on a new COVID-19 color dial on 11/20/2020. The dial updates Level Red – Severe Risk to “indicate counties where there is severe risk of COVID-19 spreading rapidly, while allowing some businesses to remain open at very limited capacity.

Safer at Home Level Red limits:

  • The county will no longer be eligible for variances on state-mandated restrictions
  • Personal gatherings of any size will not be allowed; Level Orange allows 10 people from two households to gather
  • High schools are suggested to use hybrid or remote learning
  • Restaurants will go from being allowed to operate at 25% capacity or 50 people to closing indoor dining. Take out, curbside delivery or to go will still be permitted. Outdoor, open-air restaurant seating is allowed with a group from one’s household
  • Last call for on premises alcohol sales moves rom 10 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Office capacity moves from 25% to 10%; remote work is still strongly encouraged
  • Gym capacity moves from 25% to 10% capacity, with 10 people indoors per room or outdoors in groups less than 10 with reservations required
  • Indoor seated and unseated events and entertainment will be closed
  • Outdoor seated and unseated events and entertainment will allow 25% or 75-person capacity. Guests can attend only with members of one’s household and must maintain six feet of space from other groups

To learn more: https://www.bouldercounty.org/families/disease/covid-19/

WHAT IS OPEN?

If you want to know if your favorite local business is open, the best thing to do is call them or check their website/social media!

Below, you’ll find a snapshot of what you can expect when you visit Longmont, Colorado. As changes are made, we will update the information on this page.

Safety Measures:

Each business has their own safety procedures, but here’s an idea of how our hotels and businesses are creating safe environments for staff and customers.

* Implementing “contactless” processes and payments wherever possible

* Requiring frontline staff to wear masks and other PPE as necessary

* Requiring guests to wear masks and other PPE as necessary

* Screening employees

* Enhancing cleaning practices

VISITOR CENTER

The Longmont Visitors Center at 512 4th Ave. Ste. 103 is OPEN. We have brochures, maps, merchandise and more to explore on your visit to Longmont, Colorado. Click here to learn more. 

HOTELS

Many Longmont Hotels are OPEN. Click here to find a list of hotels in Longmont and be sure to check with the individual property for their current reservations and safety guidelines.


RESTAURANTS

Many Longmont restaurants are OPEN for to-go, delivery and patio seating. Click here for a list of restaurants in Longmont.

Before visiting a restaurant, we recommend calling or visiting their website or social media channels to see what precautions and restrictions they have in place.

CRAFT DRINKERIES

Many Longmont breweries and distilleries are OPEN for to-go, delivery and patio seating. Click here for a list of drinkeries in Longmont.

Before visiting, we recommend calling or visiting their website or social media channels to see what precautions and restrictions they have in place.

Grab your Free, Crazy Good Craft Pass here to save at many locations!

ATTRACTIONS

Fair Winds Hot Air Balloons: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Mile-Hi Skydiving: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Brewhop Trolley: CLOSED.

Warrior Playground: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Climbing Collective: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Ya-Ya Farm & Orchard: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Cheese Importers: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Downtown Longmont: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

The Wild Game Longmont: CLOSED.

Ya-Ya Farm & Orchard: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Centennial Lanes Bowling: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Art of Cheese: OPEN for virtual classes. Click here for virtual cheesemaking classes.

Wonder Tours: CLOSED.

Pearl Street: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Celestial Seasonings Tour: CLOSED.

ART & CULTURE 

Firehouse Art Center: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Longmont Museum: CLOSED. Click here for guidelines.

Dougherty Museum: CLOSED

Agricultural Heritage Center: CLOSED

Longmont Symphony: CLOSED. Click here for virtual fall 2020 season.

Centennial State Ballet: CLOSED

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Many state parks, hiking trails, biking trails, reservoirs and more are OPEN in Longmont. Click here for a list of Parks & Outdoor opportunities within the city. 

Union Reservoir: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Dickens Farm Nature Area: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Golf Courses: OPEN. Click here for guidelines. 

Longmont Parks & Courts: OPEN with limited amenities. Click here for guidelines. 

Playgrounds and Picnic Shelters: OPEN. Click here for guidelines. 

Rabbit Mountain Open Space: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Hall Ranch Open Space: OPEN.

Heil Valley Ranch Open Space: CLOSED.

St. Vrain State Park: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Buttonrock Preserve: OPEN.

Rocky Mountain National Park: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

National Forests: OPEN.

Wild Animal Sanctuary: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Angles Sports Exchange Rentals: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

Boulder Parks and Recreation: OPEN. Click here for guidelines.

RETAIL

Many Longmont retail stores and personal services are OPEN at limited capacity or available for appointments and online shopping. Click here for a list of retail in Longmont. Click here for a list of wellness services in Longmont.

It is up to the individual location's discretion to reopen. Before visiting, we recommend calling or visiting their website or social media channels to see what precautions and restrictions they have in place.

What You Can Do

Live like a local! We ask all visitors to follow the same guidelines we do here in Longmont, which means following regulations set forth by the state of Colorado and Boulder County:

  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or use hand sanitizer
  • Practice social distancing by staying six feet away from people who aren’t in your household
  • Wear a face mask when not being able to maintain six feet of distance from others.
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Stay home if you feel sick or have had contact with someone with COVID-19 symptoms. If you have symptoms while traveling, please self-quarantine and seek guidance from the resources below. 

Care for Colorado

‘Are You Colo-Ready?’ Brochure: The Traveler Safety Edition

5 Steps for Responsible Colorado

Care for Coloradoans: Exploring with Kindness

Health Resources

- Boulder County Public Health: https://www.bouldercounty.org/families/disease/covid-19/

-State of Colorado Public Health: https://covid19.colorado.gov/