Updates & Alerts

The Winter Park & Fraser Chamber cares deeply about and weighs the safety of everyone who comes to explore our community. We will use this page to update our audiences on the latest COVID-19 information coming from local, state, and federal government and how it impacts our community. 


Work in Grand

Grand County is committed to assisting local businesses navigate COVID-19 related closures and economic impacts. They will continue to monitor state and federal assistance opportunities and share resources and updates. The Business Emergency Recovery Team will be using the Work in Grand web site to provide coordinated and comprehensive information about COVID-19 as well as resources for business owners, employees, and community members. Learn more...

Local Business

Local Community Assistance Resources & Donation Sites:

Additional COVID-19 resources:


  • Winter Park Resort has suspended on-mountain operations, until further notice. Visit the Winter Park Resort website.
  • The Winter Park Information Center has closed. Explore playwinterpark.com - the Winter Park & Fraser Chamber's website for information about Winter Park & Fraser. 
    • The Chamber has not yet made any major changes to our 2020 summer events schedule. We are monitoring the ever-changing situation; reviewing recommendations from health, state, and county officials; and taking action as needed. If and when there are decisions impacting summer events and activities (ticketed and non-ticketed events), we will notify ticket holders, participants, and vendors of our changes. We will post changes to the web and communicate through social media and email as well.

Other Information Resources

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

Avalanche Information
This is not info about Denver's hockey team, avalanches are no joke and need to be taken seriously. Learn about avalanche area warnings at the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.

Weather Conditions
We like to use Weather Underground and the National Weather Service. And, if we are being honest the National Weather Service is our go-to! 

Emergencies & Fire Restrictions
If you are wondering about fire restrictions or other emergencies in Grandy County, the Colorado Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management is the best place to start.