Cedar City · Brian Head Traveler Resources
While visiting us here in Cedar City we want guests to have a comfortable and enjoyable experience. Your comfort and safety are important to us. Below is a list of resourcess and information regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and what our desination is doing in response.
Browse the compiled list of information below, and please, reach out with any additional questions here.
(Updated 08/03/2021 )
Visit Cedar City · Brian Head recognizes that travelers are concerned about COVID-19 and how it may affect them. As information is continually changing, we are making every effort to provide you with the most up-to-date information and activities to make for the best visitor experience. Below are resources to assist you in your planning, or you can speak directly with a staff member at (435) 586-5124 or email email@example.com
As we recover and begin resuming our usual activities during the Covid-19 Crisis, we want to ensure the safety of our visitors and locals alike.
While restrictions or recommendations may change, we want to let you know that Visit Cedar City · Brian Head is doing our part to keep our destination a safe, healthy place to live and visit.
WHAT WE ARE DOING AS A DESTINATION:
We have pledged to STAY SAFE TO STAY OPEN by following the state health guidelines to show care for and appreciate customers and to protect our community and our economy. Businesses throughout Iron County agree to practice these seven safe habits as outlined in the state’s Utah Leads Together plan coronavirus.utah.gov/utah-health-guidance-levels/
WHAT WE ARE DOING:
- All Visitor Center staff is fully vaccinated
- Washing our hands frequently and avoiding touching our face and eyes
- Continuing to santizie and disinfect surfaces several times a day
- Staff will gladly wear a mask if asked
- Following public health guidance as updated.
WHAT WE ARE ASKING YOU TO DO:
- Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds
- Use hand sanitizer when hand washing isn’t available
- Sneeze or cough into your elbow
- Avoid touching your face
- Use social distancing as much as possible
- Feel free to wear a mask for your comfort
- If sick, please visit at another time
Masks and Mandates
The state of Utah has lifted all Covid 19 health measures and masks are no longer required in most public areas, however, individual businesses have the right to request you wear a mask. Please be kind, patient, and respectful to their wishes while visiting. #LoveLocal
Social gathering limits
The state health officials recommend practicing physical distancing and wearing a mask unless you are outdoors, by yourself, or with members of your same household.
If you are fully vaccinated, follow the guidance here.
All businesses, including bars and restaurants, may:
- Post signage listing COVID-19 symptoms, asking employees and customers with symptoms to stay home, and face mask or physical distancing requirements.
- Business Manual
For information, brochures, and more, contact the Cedar City Visitor Center at (435) 586-5124.
Cedar City Visitor Center: 581 N Main St, Cedar City
Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (435) 586-5124
9:00 am – 2:00 pm Saturday and CLOSED Sunday
Center for Disease Control COVID 2019 Information for Travel www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html
State of Utah Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force Updates coronavirus.utah.gov/
Utah Office of Tourism Traveler Alert Page www.visitutah.com/plan-your-trip/covid-19/
SouthWest Public Health swuhealth.org/
Cedar City Intermountain Hospital https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=264106174589513
Iron County Sheriff’s Office: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=3459829790700647
Updated: November 15th at 11:54 PM