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What to Expect When you Visit

Last updated October 22, 2020

Many of the things you love about Park City are the same, the mountains, views, and abundant activities. As Park City continues to reopen, you may be wondering if it is safe to visit. We are here to welcome you and ensure your visit can be fun, fulfilling, and safe.

The state of Utah issued a Public Health Order that changed COVID-19 restrictions by county. The Utah Department of Health will use a Transmission Index to designate counties as low, moderate, or high levels. On October 22, 2020, Summit County was designated as a High Transmission Level county.

To help you navigate a trip to beautiful Park City, we have outlined the basic guidelines, based on state and county restrictions, so you can make the most of your time here.


Face Coverings are Mandatory

On August 26, 2020, The Face Covering Order was extended through January 8, 2021, which requires all individuals living within or visiting Summit County, Utah, to wear face coverings while inside publicly accessed indoor establishments.

Face Covering must be worn when:
  • Inside of, or in line to enter, any indoor space, which is open to members of the public.
  • Obtaining services from the healthcare industry in settings, including without limitation, a hospital, pharmacy, medical clinic, laboratory, physician or dental office, veterinary clinic, or blood bank, unless directed otherwise by a healthcare provider.
  • Employees, staff, or volunteers engaging in work, whether inside or outside at the workplace or performing work off-site, when: Interacting in-person with any member of the public; working in any space visited by members of the public, regardless of whether anyone from the public is present at the time; or working in any space where food is prepared or packaged for sale or distribution.
  • At all community gatherings, indoor or outdoor, which is defined as a gathering of over fifty (50) people in any one location.
Those Exempt Include:
  • Individuals age two years or under.
  • Individuals with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering.
  • Individuals who are hearing impaired, or communicating with an individual who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.
  • Individuals for whom wearing a face covering would create a risk to the individual related to their work, as determined by local, state or federal regulators or workplace safety guidelines.
  • Individuals who are obtaining a service involving the nose or face for which temporary removal of the face-covering is necessary to perform the service.
  • Individuals who are seated at a restaurant or other establishment that offers food or beverage service, while they are eating or drinking.
  • Individuals who are purchasing a product or receiving a service that requires identification may briefly remove a face covering, as necessary so that the retailer or service provider can verify identity.
Do I have to quarantine if I travel to Utah?

No. There are currently no COVID-19 travel restrictions in the state of Utah. Visitors to Utah or those returning home to Utah after traveling are not required to quarantine upon arrival.

What should I do if I suspect I am infected with COVID-19 while visiting Park City?

Currently, only those who have symptoms of COVID-19 are able to get tested in Utah. Visitors who think they might be sick should isolate immediately and call the Intermountain Help Line at 844-442-5224. 

 

Park City Hospital Website

What Businesses are Open?

Many Park City businesses and attractions are open and adhering to public health and safety guidelines. View the guide below to learn how you can explore Park City safely and responsibly. Remember, when we work together to stay safe, we can stay open.

Outdoor Recreation

Park City is known for over 400 miles of open trails for hiking and mountain biking.

  • Remain at least 6 feet apart from individuals from other households while engaging in outdoor activities (e.g., walking, hiking, running, bicycling, hunting, fishing, etc.)
  • Avoid contact with high-touch surfaces, including handrails, trail signs, and maps.
  • Do not congregate at trailheads, parks, or other outdoor spaces.
  • Follow guidelines for state parks

Check out the full list of guides and outfitters that are currently open.

Restaurants, Cafes, and Bars

Many restaurants in Park City are open and available for dine-in eating. While restaurants welcome guests for dine-in, many continue to offer take-out delivery options as well.

  • Parties must be seated at least 6 feet apart. 
  • Customers may be asked to provide contact information to assist with contact tracing efforts. 
  • Takeout and curbside pickup options may continue.
  • Contactless payment is encouraged. 

View the full list of open restaurants.

Retail, Grocery, and Pharmacies

  • Maintain a physical distance of 6 feet or more between customers and staff. 
  • One-way aisles created to support physical distancing.
  • Avoid bringing strollers and children into stores to allow more space for physical distancing.
  • Reusable bags and mugs are allowed.

Hotels and Accommodations

For visitors to Park City, there are many places to stay that can accommodate you.

  • Maintain a physical distance of 6 feet or more in common areas. 
  • Symptomatic guests should stay in their rooms and alert staff.
  • Swimming pools, gyms, and fitness centers may open with frequent cleaning. 

View the full list of open hotels and accommodations.

Cultural Entertainment (Museums and Theatres)

Park City is also home to cultural entertainment like museums and theaters. Check out the full list of venues that are currently open.

  • Individual household groups must be seated 10-feet apart.
  • a 6-foot distance must be maintained in common areas.
  • Contactless payment, electronic tickets, and digital playbills are encouraged.

Salons, Spas, and Personal Services

  • Both the service provider and customer must wear face coverings.
  • Customers must have their symptoms checked before service is rendered.
  • No walk-ins allowed. Services by appointment only.
  • When services are not being directly provided all staff and customers must maintain a physical distance of 6 feet or more.
  • Contactless payment encouraged. 

Gym and Fitness Centers

  • The number of patrons allowed at one time is limited based on the square footage of the facility.
  • Patrons must maintain a physical distance of at least 10 feet.
  • Lap pools are limited to 50% capacity, one swimmer per lane, congregating on the pool deck is not allowed.


Media Inquiries

I am a journalist with questions about the coronavirus' impact on Park City. Who should I contact?

All media inquiries should be sent to Dan Howard, Director of Communications, at the Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau.

Email Dan