**All Event Safety Plans must be submitted at least 5 business days prior to the event**
NOTE: If you have previously submitted an Event Safety Plan and would like to increase capacity based on Pitkin County’s current level on the State of Colorado’s COVID-19 Dial Dashboard, you must resubmit an Event Safety Plan to address the additional capacity safety measures to reduce the risk of exposure or transmission to employees and event attendees.
During the COVID-19 response, Pitkin County Public Health is working with businesses and private individuals to develop event safety plans. The goal of the Event Safety Plan is to limit the spread of COVID-19 and keep staff and attendees safer at gatherings, events and venues.
This electronic form will help you write your own Event Safety Plan. Please complete this form, providing detailed descriptions where appropriate. When you submit the form, you will also receive a copy of your completed Event Safety Plan. Pitkin County Public Health staff will review your plan and get back to you with any questions or suggested changes.
Before starting to complete this form, you may want to visit the Pitkin County Events and Gatherings page to review the guidelines for your event. The guidance will help you consider what steps you will need to take to host safer and successful gatherings and events.
Submit your plans early to ensure that Pitkin County Health staff has time to review your plan and help you with any changes needed so that you can safely host your event or gathering and comply with current State and Pitkin County Public Health Orders.
If you have questions about this form or your plan, contact the Pitkin County Consumer Protection Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now let's start building your Event Safety Plan...