There’s a lot happening to our mountain communities that we call home because of Covid-19 right now, including Summit County. If you are looking for ways to donate or volunteer during this time of crisis here are a few organizations helping organize efforts to support the community.
Statewide Information: covid19.colorado.gov
Food, Medication & Mental Health Resources: 970-668-2940
Coronavirus/Covid-19 Help Line: 303-389-1687
Summit County Public Health Order Infromation: 970-668-9730
Mental Health Crisis: 844-493-TALK
Call the mountains home year round in this updated and efficient Timber Lodge at Lake Dillon condo! This bright 1 bd, 1 ba condo has nice updates throughout including high end flooring, and a completely redone bathroom with new tile, vanity and more! Located right on the Summit Stage bus stop for easy access to all that Summit County has to offer. Not to mention, it’s right near Lake Dillon for your summer activities and centrally located to all 5 world class ski resorts. With low HOA dues and great location, this property is perfect for year round living or as an affordable mountain retreat!
1 bedroom/ 1 bathroom
Nice updates throughout including a remodeled and updated bathroom
Located right near the Summit Stage Bus Stop
Centrally located to all 5 ski resorts
Located Near Lake Dillon
Views of Buffalo Mountain
Low HOA Dues: $168.31 per month and includes, trash, snow removal, common maintenance.
Imagine the Space:
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Summit County, CO Public Health Department is doing what it can to keep the community safe and healthy from the novel coronavirus. This including trying to keep the hospital from getting overwhelmed. There is a lot of new information daily, and below is where you can find out the latest information.
What to Do if You Are Feeling Sick in Summit County
If you are feeling ill with symptoms similar to those associated with COVID-19, including fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, Summit County Public Health recommends the following:
Manage your symptoms at home the same way you manage other cold symptoms. To the extent possible, people with flu-like symptoms should remain at home.
If you need medical care, contact your primary care provider and schedule a visit. Let them know that you are concerned you might have COVID-19. If you do not have an established health care provider, call the Colorado Helpline at 303-389-1687.
Call 911 only for emergencies requiring immediate life-saving care and let them know if you are concerned you might have COVID-19.
Limit visits to the hospital emergency room or urgent care. Only individuals needing immediate care should visit these facilities. If you must visit a hospital ER or urgent care facility, call ahead and let them know that you are concerned you might have COVID-19.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Don’t miss the views of Ten Mile & Gore Ranges from this 3 bed, 2 bath Dillon Valley single family home. This home has updates throughout including bathrooms, floors, carpets, and more! With a large 1 car garage, wraparound deck, & shed there is endless storage for all your Summit County gear. Not to mention the large fenced in yard with it’s great views is perfect for enjoying year round. Whether it’s a summer BBQ or snowball fight, create new memories with your loved ones in this wonderful home.
3 Bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
Single car garage with storage
Recent updates including bathrooms, kitchen appliances, new carpets, fresh paint, and more!
Incredible views of the Ten Mile and Gorge Ranges
Lots of storage inside and outside
Open and spacious layout
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The FHFA has compiled information to help homeowners (and renters) effected by the Coronavirus. If your loan is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac (You can check here for Fannie Mae, and here for Freddie Mac) then you might be eligible for help if coronavirus has effected your job status or health.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac (the Enterprises) and the Federal Home Loan Banks are taking steps to help people who have been impacted by the coronavirus. If your ability to pay your mortgage is impacted, and your loan is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, you may be eligible to delay making your monthly mortgage payments for a temporary period, during which:
You won’t incur late fees.
You won’t have delinquencies reported to the credit bureaus.
Foreclosure and other legal proceedings will be suspended
If you have trouble catching up at the end of this temporary relief period, additional assistance may be available. You can work with your servicer to resume making a mortgage payment. Or if you need additional assistance, you can work with your servicer on other foreclosure prevention options to keep your home.
Contact your mortgage servicer (the company where you send your monthly payments) as soon as possible to let them know about your current circumstances. The telephone number and mailing address of your mortgage servicer should be listed on your monthly mortgage statement.
The Office of Emergency Management uses Summit County Alert (powered by the CodeRED software system) to send emergency notifications by phone, email and text to keep community members informed of events such as evacuation notices, utility outages, water main breaks, wildfires, floods and hazardous materials spills.
SC Alert is also used to communicate non-life-safety inbformation, such as planned road closures, school delays/cancellations, community meetings, utility repairs and service interruptions.
In September 2016, SC Alert switched from Cooper Notification (its previous software platform) to the CodeRED platform. We encourage all SC Alert subscribers to log into the new system to create a managed account. Once inside your managed account, you can select Community Groups and identify two specific physical addresses for which you want to be notified of any emergency activity or information.
Using SC Alert
We deliver SC Alert notifications by phone, email, text and mobile-app alerts. Individuals and businesses may add as many phone numbers, email and text numbers as they choose.
SC Alert is compatible with TDD/TTY devices for those with hearing impairments.
Registering for SC Alert
Registering for SC Alert is quick and easy:
Visit the Summit County portal to CodeRED to create a managed account and select your Community Groups, including traffic notifications and school groups. Please note that if you sign up for CodeRED emergency notifications outside the Summit County portal, you will not be able to subscribe to these local notification groups.
Enter addresses, such as your home and work locations, to be notified of emergencies in those areas.
Add the SC Alert Emergency phone number (866-419-5000) to your contacts as “SC Alert” so that it will display in your caller ID.
Add the SC Alert General phone number (855-969-4636) to your contacts as “SC Alert” so that it will display in your caller ID.
CodeRED Mobile Alert App
Residents and visitors can receive public safety alerts – no matter where you are located – via the CodeRED Mobile Alert app, a free public safety app for both Android and iPhone users. The app delivers community and emergency alerts from any agency that uses CodeRED, when you’re located in a geographic area that is being impacted by an emergency.
If you’re currently a CodeRED subscriber who has already registered your mobile phone to get notifications from Summit County, you will continue to receive calls. However, if you download the app, you will also be able to get alerts to your smartphone anywhere in the country, including Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska.
Please note that if you choose to receive weather alerts from the National Weather Service through the app, you will be charged $1 annually.
To download the free CodeRED Mobile Alert app, visit the Google Play or iTunes store.
Summit Sky Ranch is a new development in Silverthorne, CO. Summit Sky Ranch embodies the Summit County lifestyle. Focusing on location, amenities, and community. The Everist Family, who owns Summit Sky Ranch, wants families to enjoy all that Summit County has to offer right outside their back door.