DINING - We encourage you to take advantage of, and support, our local dining options! Restaurants are now open for indoor dinning (25% capacity limit) as well as outdoor dining, and take-out. If you’re planning to stay in and cook, groceries stores are still open throughout Summit County. We would also encourage you to shop for groceries either where you live (if you are driving) or on the way to Breckenridge as grocery stores will have a capacity limit.SHOPPING - Retail shops are also open, on a limited capacity. The weather has been beautiful for shopping and exploring Main Street in downtown Breckenridge!
SKIING - Reservations are required for skiing this winter. Breckenridge and Keystone are currently accepting reservations, for epic pass holders. Visit the following link to buy your epic pass, make reservations, and find out more about new procedures for our local ski resorts this winter: https://www.epicpass.com/info/reservation-details.aspx
SAFETY - Masks are still required anytime you are indoors, or outdoors and cannot maintain 6ft of distance. Please remember to wash your hands. Do not travel if you are feeling any COVID symptoms. Group gatherings are limited to one household.
COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH GUIDELINES- There are a few guidelines to be aware of and follow during your vacation implemented by Summit County Public Health to keep everyone safe-
By providing your name and initials below, you agree to comply with this public health order. Please have each member of your party provide their name and age below. Providing information about the booking party will also help us with contact tracing in the event of an outbreak of the novel corona virus. Failure to comply with the order could mean up to a year in prison and $5000 fine for each offense, for each member of your party.
We're excited to welcome you to Breckenridge for your much anticipated vacation! Now more than ever, it's important to share our cleaning and safety procedures in our professionally managed vacation rentals. We want you and your family to have an enjoyable & relaxing stay, and here's what we're doing to ensure that.
Minimum of 24 hour gap between reservations.
We use CDC/EPA approved disinfectants. We also have disposable face masks are provided for our guests upon request.
Each home has been aired out & Hand sanitizing stations are available for our guests at each property.
Specialized housekeeping process to prevent cross contamination.
We apply a 90 day disinfecting barrier on all high touch surfaces using a product called Monofoil.
Our professionally certified housekeepers wear personal protection equipment.
WASHINGTON (May 4, 2020)—The Vacation Rental Housekeeping Professionals (VRHP), a subsidiary of the Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA), has developed expanded recommendations for cleaning vacation rental properties in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new guidelines are part of the VRMA & VRHP SafeHome campaign, which empowers members to adopt and execute safe travel standards that conform to—and, in many cases, exceed—those that are mandated nationally, statewide or locally. The SafeHome initiative encourages all vacation rental management professionals to openly communicate with guests and employees about the precautions they are taking to help keep them safe and healthy.
Disinfection and sanitation techniques.
Proper use of personal protective equipment.
Recommended products, cleaning agents and equipment.
Communicating expanded cleaning processes to guests.
Trash removal and maintenance processes.
Updated cleaning and inspection processes for soft surfaces, upholstery and linens.
“Cleaning a vacation rental is no small task, even when we are not faced with a global pandemic,” said Durk Johnson, executive director of VRHP. “Housekeepers are responsible for completely resetting properties and creating a like-new experience for arriving guests. These new guidelines are intended to enhance the safety of properties, and provide more peace-of-mind for property owners and guests.”
“Vacation rental professionals have historically set the standard for cleaning within the travel industry, and these guidelines memorialize an enhanced level of care in a COVID-19-impacted industry.” said Toby Babich, president of VRMA. “The COVID-19 pandemic makes proper and thorough cleaning methods, specific training, appropriate supplies and a systematic process even more vital to our industry. We can count on our professional community to rise to this occasion and restore confidence within our local governments and guest populations that staying in a professionally managed vacation rental is the safest way to enjoy travel.”
"Because guest and employee safety is paramount, VRMA and VRHP will continue their efforts to educate and inform members and the professional vacation rental management community overall of evolving guidelines and recommendations so that they are always able to provide a safe and enjoyable environment to guests, staff and the general public."
"The new cleaning guidelines are not legal or medical advice, and are subject to change as more information becomes available about COVID-19. VRHP further recommends that all housekeeping staff complete training regarding proper and safe cleaning techniques and property security."
“Making families feel comfortable enough to travel again after this pandemic is a must for the entire vacation rental industry,” said Vrbo President Jeff Hurst. “Adopting these new cleaning guidelines will reassure travelers that vacation rentals are safe places to stay for their next vacation."
About the Vacation Rental Housekeeping Professionals
Founded in 1999, the Vacation Rental Housekeeping Professionals (VRHP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to education and development for housekeeping professionals in the vacation rental management industry. VRHP provides its members with exclusive access to certification programs, webinars, education and networking.
About the Vacation Rental Management Association
Founded in 1985, the Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA) is a professional trade association that represents the vacation and holiday rental property management and hospitality industries. Headquartered in the United States, membership includes professional vacation rental managers and industry suppliers in countries throughout the world. VRMA provides information and research, education and networking opportunities, certification and accreditation, promotes the value of the vacation rental experience and drives industry growth and professionalism.
VRMA Marketing Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: These voluntary guidelines are for the information of VRHP and VRMA members. Each business owner must decide for itself which cleaning and related practices to implement. These guidelines are derived in part from federal agency regulations and recommendations, but they do not constitute legal or medical advice, nor do they necessarily take into account the various requirements of all states, counties, and municipalities. VRHP and VRMA make no warranty or representation that following these guidelines will ensure the health of employees, clients, guests, or others, or preclude the possibility of contamination. While these guidelines are intended to be comprehensive, they do not contain all available information on the subject matter. These guidelines were prepared based on available information existing at the time of publication and therefore may be superseded by later developments.