COVID-19 Response


Here at Sage we are closely monitoring the updates and mandates set forth by local, state, and federal agencies with regard to the Coronavirus COVID-19.

We are booking and fulfilling trips right now!!!

All activities are open!

May 25 Eagle County went into the Blue Square “phase” of opening, and here is what that means:

May 21, 2020 – Eagle County Public Health and Environment is updating the county’s Public Health Order regarding COVID-19. In alignment with the county’s Transition Trail Map, the move to the “Blue” Phase is anticipated to take place on May 25.

Allows gatherings of up to 50 people. Six feet of distance will still be required between non-household members

  • Allows dine-in service at restaurants and bars at a reduced capacity, with social distancing protocols in place.
  • Allows short-term lodging to reopen at a reduced capacity.
  • Allows outdoor recreation businesses, such as guided tours, and areas with high-touch equipment like playgrounds to open if social distancing and sanitation requirements are met
  • Requires all visitors to be free of any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 for 10 days prior to arrival in Eagle County.
  • Continues requirements for people who are sick and for people who have been exposed to someone who is sick.
  • Continues requirement for all businesses to create and visibly post a Social Distancing Protocol, explaining how the business is achieving all social distancing, sanitizing and cleaning, and other requirements.

The county has created a Q&A resource that will continue to be updated.

Guidance on face coverings will remain consistent with the current Green Phase, which strongly recommends the use of face coverings in indoor public spaces and requires their use for employees in certain professions where 6 feet of social distancing cannot be maintained.

The Eagle County Board of Commissioners is continuing to urge residents and visitors to take a personal pledge to follow the “Five Commitments of Containment:

  • I will maintain 6 feet of social distance
  • I will wash my hands often
  • I will cover my face in public
  • I will stay home when I am sick
  • I will get tested immediately if I have symptoms

Community members and visitors are reminded that personal responsibility also means people must make the best decisions for themselves. Officials caution that just because restrictions on certain businesses and activities have loosened, it does not mean those who are uncomfortable or are in high-risk categories for COVID-19 should participate.

Regular updates on the county’s response to COVID-19 are being shared at The county’s forum for community discussions is at Those with additional questions can email [email protected] or call 970-328-9750.


If you have questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact our office at 970-476-3700