Which Public Health order are we following, the State’s that goes through May 26th or the County’s through May 31st?

Governor Polis’ “Safer at Home” order is now in effect until May 26th. This is very similar to our county’s “Safer at Home” order, however, SMC’s Public Health order is more restrictive with specific provisions for San Miguel County. Residents should follow our County’s order, which will ensure compliance with the state order, while it is in place. The county’s order is set to expire May 31, 2020. 

 

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1. Are lodging operators allowed to accept reservations under the Public Health order during the month of May? What about June and beyond?
2. Are contractors currently working on projects in San Miguel County required to submit a form for all projects currently in progress?
3. If I am working at more than one site, as in the case of a landscaping company servicing multiple properties, do I need to fill out a new form for each property?
4. What is turnaround time for the construction registration process?
5. Are the construction projects required to be critical?
6. Should subcontractors submit registration forms to begin work?
7. Does the new requirement apply to projects inside San Miguel County or projects outside the county that would be commuted to?
8. Should I submit a registration form for a project that will not begin end of May?
9. Which Public Health order are we following, the State’s that goes through May 26th or the County’s through May 31st?
10. Who can I reach out to for mental health concerns?
11. Who do I contact with non-medical questions?
12. Are the roads and public transit being shut down?
13. Will second homeowners and residents who leave San Miguel County be allowed to come back in?
14. What if I have guests booked in my properties?
15. Can realtors show properties as long as they maintain social distancing?
16. Are the schools going to shut down?
17. What businesses are open and which ones are not?