Updates & Alerts

Welcome to Winter Park & Fraser. 

The Winter Park & Fraser Chamber weighs the safety of all community members (full-time and part-time residents, visitors, and long-term vacationers) and during COVID-19. Read the latest from Grand County Public Health.

Local Updates & Alerts

Trail & Road Closures 
Learn the latest - location, dates, construction - on local roads and trails. For updates on trails, use COTREX (a mobile and desktop application for a statewide comprehensive and interactive trail map) to always have your maps with you.

Road Conditions
Always check out the CDOT cameras before making the trip over Berthoud Pass. Be smart and safe!

Avalanche Information
Avalanches need to be taken seriously. Learn about avalanche area warnings at the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.

Weather Conditions
Our favorites are Weather Underground and the National Weather Service

Emergencies 
Sign up for Grand County's CodeRED® Emergency Notification System for the latest emergency updates. This system informs registered participants during an emergency or disaster affecting Grand County. Don't forget to check out the Colorado Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Fires

PLEASE NOTE: Areas of the Arapahoe National Forest Sulphur District and BLM Land are closed due to the fires, please review updates from the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service before you head out. 

Local Fire Restrictions & Resources

COVID-19

Read the latest from Grand County Public Health. You can receive Grand County Public Health alert notifications, all you need to do is sign up! The latest for Grand County, Colorado is:

Indoors 

  • Masks are strongly recommended but no longer required indoors for vaccinated individuals 
  • Masks are recommended for children ages 2 to 11 in indoor public spaces 
  • Maintaining 6-foot distancing is required in indoors in spaces that seat 500 or more people 

Schools 

  • Per the Colorado Department of Education, masks will continue to be required for students ages 3 and older on school property 

Restaurants 

  • 6-foot distances between tables at restaurants is strongly recommended, but no longer required 

Outdoors 

  • Masks are strongly recommended but no longer required 
  • 6-foot distancing is recommended, but no longer required 
    • Outdoor events are no longer required to have approval. Grand County Public Health is asking that event plans continue to be filed to assist with contact tracing efforts should an outbreak occur from the event, but approval from GCPH to host an outdoor event is no longer required 

Exemptions from 6-foot Distancing Requirements 

  • Places of worship and associated ceremonies 
  • Retail services and restaurants with sit-down dining without unseated areas where 100 or more people could gather (dance floors or common gathering areas)