Park City Business Community
COVID-19 Updates & Information

Business Community Updates

Face coverings are Manadatory in Summit County!

 
If there is a resource you would like us to add, or if you would like to be added to our distriubtion list, contact us at: info@parkcityrestaurants.com

 

Monthly Member Meetings 

All meetings noted below will be held at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Call-in details will be emailed out the week prior to scheduled date:
 

COVID-19 UPDATES

Masks are Mandatory!

The County hereby orders all individuals currently living within or visiting Summit County, Utah to wear a face covering that completely covers the nose and mouth in the following circumstances:
Mask Ordienance Annoucement

For your convenience we have created a variety of Face Mask sign options you are welcome to download, print and use.

Face Mask Signs

For current information on Summit County’s COVID-19 outlook, visit https://summitcountyhealth.org/coronavirus/

Click Here for the most recent Phased Guidelines update, version 4.7. Thank you for following these guidelines and demonstrating utmost safety in your establishments. Thank you for being an example for your employees, guests, community and our industry. We commend your efforts and are hopeful that as we continue to follow the guidelines and do our part Covid-19 positive cases will decline across the state. Pages, 11, 12 & 23 are direct references for restaurants.
Also reference the newly released Covid Business Manual which offers employers a step-by-step plan to protect their businesses and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Updated change pg 23 :
Staff are only required to use gloves when handling ready-to-eat foods (including ice). Gloves are not required when handling foods that have yet to be cooked.

 

DABC Premise Extension:

Due to COVID-19, the DABC is permitting temporary outdoor premise applications.  If the proposed extended premises crosses or encroaches on public property, licensees must submit proof of consent for their local government authority (city or county) to cross or use the public property for alcohol service and consumption.