City of Aspen Limits Non-Essential Community Services Adjusts to Remote Services

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City of Aspen Limits Non-Essential Community Services Adjusts to Remote Services

In response to recommendations from Pitkin County Public Health, and as a safety measure to protect the community from the spread of the coronavirus, the City of Aspen will limit nonessential services and adjust operations utilizing limited staff, remote services and scaled back non-essential services effective March 17, 2020. 

Per the Pitkin County Health Order as of 3/18, The Aspen Recreation Center, Red Brick Recreation Center and Aspen Ice Garden remain closed until 4/30, with classes cancelled as well. These dates are subject to change. 

Parks, Open Space and Trails:

Parks, Open Space and Trails offices will remain open. Social distancing is encouraged while enjoying the fresh air on all our trails and open spaces. Nordic Trails are open, however; grooming is reduced and may cease at any point due to warming weather and staff availability. 

The Parks Department office at Cemetery Lane is closed to walk-in visitors. Please call the parks office to schedule a phone call or virtual meeting at 970-920-5120. 

The Parks Department is not currently issuing new permits for large groups on city parks. Also, bookings for weddings and other events in city parks may be subject to change.

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