Last updated June 2, 2021
Thank you for your interest in visiting Park City/Summit County. While we are continuing to deal with the impacts of the pandemic, our community is focused on providing a welcoming and safe environment for our residents, workforce, and visitors.
Even though Utah has lifted its public health order mandating the use of face masks, it is still important that we all continue to follow best practices when it comes to preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Are businesses open? Yes. Most businesses and attractions in Park City / Summit County are open and adhering to public health and safety guidelines. We ask that you respectfully cooperate with any required safety measures requested by these businesses.
Are face masks required by the state/local government? No. On April 10, 2021, Utah ended its public health order mandating the use of face masks. However, many individual businesses are still requiring masks to help protect their employees and guests. We ask that you respectfully cooperate with any required safety measures requested by these businesses.
Do I need to wear a face mask on public trails? No. Masks are not required on public trails. However, we would strongly encourage trail users to wear masks at trailheads or in situations where they cannot maintain proper physical distance.
Do I need to wear a mask/face covering on public transportation?Yes. Based on the current federal mandate, all users of public transportation, including the Park City/Summit County bus systems, are required to wear a face mask. This federal mandate also extends to private taxis, shuttle services, and ride-share providers.
What should I do if I need a COVID-19 test while visiting Park City? Visitors who think they might be sick should isolate immediately and call the Intermountain Help Line at 844.442.5224. If you live in a city, state, or country that requires you have a negative COVID-19 test before returning to your home, you can make arrangements with the Park City Hospital (Intermountain Health Care) to receive a test. You must contact the hospital at 435.658.7000 and make an appointment.
The Park City Chamber/Bureau has partnered with the Salt Lake City Chamber and Utah Department of Health on a program that encourages businesses to Stay Safe to Stay Open. This pledge focuses on the following safe practices for businesses:
View the list of Park City/Summit County Businesses that have taken this pledge.
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