Essential Service Updates April 2020
We’ve taken the personal pledge to follow the “Five Commitments of Containment:”
- I will maintain 6 feet of social distance
- I will wash my hands often
- I will cover my face in public
- I will stay home when I am sick
- I will get tested immediately if I have symptoms
Learn what else we are doing to protect our community here. Additional information and regular updates are shared at www.ECEmergency.org. The county’s forum for COVID-19 discussions is at www.facebook.com/OneValleyVoice. Those with questions not answered through the two previous resources can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-328-9750.
CMD and CPOA Services
Administration front desk services will resume business operations and office hours on Wednesday, April 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In addition, you can continue to call 970-926-1923 or email email@example.com for assistance. Please call and schedule an appointment if you’d like to meet with anyone in administration.
Contractor/Service Provider/Employee Stickers
Contractors may come into the admin building to get RFID sticker only if they have finished the required paperwork. If they have not, staff can issue a temporary gate pass that will expire in one week. This will give contractors enough time to get the online form completed and come back to the office.
When required forms are filled out, the contractor can come in and pay for the sticker (preferably by credit card). Staff will issue a sticker and walk out with the contractor. Staff will NOT install the sticker inside the vehicle but must guide the contractor on proper placement. Each vehicle must be on site to get their stickers.
Property Owners/Club Member Stickers
Required paperwork must be completed online before the owner can come get their transponder. We can take payment over the phone and walk the property owner through which type of device they would like to purchase. Once payment is received, staff can drop off device at the gate house of their neighborhood for pick up. Transactions can also be done in office once required form is filled out online.
Post Office services will continue to be provided from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Please comply with the following guidelines:
- Wear a mask inside the Post Office.
- Follow the lines and remain at least six-feet away from others.
- Pick up mail outside of the hours of 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. if possible.
- Call the Post Office, 970-926-1637, if you would like staff to bundle your mail and/or packages for easy pickup.
- Please bring your key with you.
Public Safety and Community Operations continue normal operations while meeting social distancing requirements.
Equestrian Center is open only to boarders for scheduled care of horses including exercise. Make a reservation online.
Trailhead Playground remains closed.
Dog Park is open in accordance with the following guidelines:
- No more than 10 people are allowed to gather.
- Avoid this area if you have a cough, fever or are otherwise experiencing symptoms of the virus. Get tested if you have symptoms.
- Face coverings are recommended when in public.
- Please maintain a minimum 6 feet of social distance between you and others.
- Wash hands often.
Short Course is opening May 15 with restrictions in place, details forth coming.
Short Term Rentals are prohibited through May 31, 2020. “Short Term Lodging” is the any lodging or lodging space for less than 30 days, and includes, without limitation, developed campgrounds that are not dispersed individual campsites, hotels, motels, Airbnb, VRBO, timeshares, bed and breakfasts, condo-hotels, lodges, and retreats. Short Term Lodging operators must block out their online reservation calendars on all relevant platforms through May 31, 2020.
Travel into or within Eagle County is limited to local residents only. Local residents are defined as persons who own, maintain, or live in a home or residence in Eagle County. Non-resident visitors to Eagle County are restricted to limited essential services and travel.
Construction is considered a critical and essential service by the State of Colorado and Eagle County. Here is additional State guidance for construction.
Fly Fishing via Vail Valley Anglers is open. Reservations can be made by 2020 Cordillera Fishing pass holders online and are required to use the Cordillera waters. For program rules and regulations or to obtain a pass visit CordilleraLiving. For all other fishing inquires please email Tom Stoffel, fishing program manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.