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Businesses Open in Silverthorne

Updated Wednesday, March 25. If you have edits or additions, please email For a list of restaurants open in Silverthorne, click here. Grocery Stores Target Shopping for people 65 and older, pregnant women or those defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as vulnerable or at-risk on Wednesdays from 8-9:00 a.m. 715 Blue River Parkway 970-468-2268 Liquor Stores & Dispensaries Locals Liquors Curbside Delivery available if customers would like. Steaks, beef, seafood, soup and bacon in stock. 345 Blue River Parkway 970-262-1200 Plain Jane’s Liquors 191 Blue …

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Silverthorne Restaurants Open for Pickup, Delivery or Drive Thru

*Updated Wednesday, March 25, 2020. If you have edits or additions, please email Angry James Brewing CompanyPickup Beer Only421 Adams Avenue 970-455-8800 Arby’s Drive Thru or Delivery165 Stephens Way970-468-242 Argentos Empanadas & MorePickup or Delivery over $40273 Summit Place Shopping Center970-368-6512 Bamboo GardenPickup190 Summit Place Shopping Center 970-468-6888 Blue Moon BakeryPickup253 Summit Place Shopping Center970-513-0669 Chipotle Mexican Grill Pickup247 Rainbow Drive970-468-0520 Dunkin DonutsDrive Thru120 Blue River Parkway970-468-0520 Fiesta JaliscoPickup269 Summit Place Shopping Center 970-468-9552 Fritanga’s Mexican Restaurant Pickup 102 Annie Road970-468-4891 JJ Chinese Seafood RestaurantPickup290 Summit Place Shopping Center …

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Town of Silverthorne COVID-19 Test Results – Silverthorne Recreation Center Employee

Tuesday, March 17, 2020. The Town of Silverthorne was informed on Thursday, March 12, that a Silverthorne Recreation Center employee was being tested for COVID-19. The employee provided a sample for testing at a Grand County medical facility on March 12. The Town was informed today, March 17, of the result of that test, and the employee has tested presumptive positive for COVID-19. The employee’s positive test result is being counted in Grand County, CO and is not included in the three positive cases announced today, March 17, in Summit …

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Town of Silverthorne COVID-19 Update

Monday, March 16, 2020. The Town of Silverthorne continues to closely monitor the rapidly evolving COVID-19 virus and its impacts on our mountain community. The Town is working with Summit County and all other towns to do our best to protect the health and safety of our employees, residents and visitors. On Sunday, March 15, Summit County released a standing public health order relating to public events. All large events of more than 50 people until further notice have been prohibited. Events or gatherings of less than 50 attendees are …

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Silverthorne Recreation Center Update

Friday, March 13, 2020. As announced Thursday, March 12, the Silverthorne Recreation Center is currently closed until further notice. The Town of Silverthorne was informed on Thursday that a Silverthorne Recreation Center employee is being tested for COVID-19. The town has not yet received an update on the COVID-19 test results. To maintain the priority of health and safety for our visitors and employees, the Town of Silverthorne closed the Silverthorne Recreation Center and does not have an estimated reopening date at this time. However, the closure is expected to …

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Silverthorne Recreation Center to Close at End of Operating Hours Thursday, March 12

Thursday, March 12, 2020. The Town of Silverthorne greatly values and prioritizes the health and safety of its community members. As concerns grow around COVID-19, town officials are committed to transparent communication. The Town of Silverthorne has been informed that a Silverthorne Recreation Center employee is being tested for COVID-19. The employee being tested for COVID-19 last worked at the Silverthorne Recreation Center in the aquatics area on the evening of March 4, and visited the Recreation Center as a guest on March 9. To maintain the priority of health …

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Shape Silverthorne’s future with the 2020 census

Do you wish your voice could be heard when it comes to programming and decision making around education, infrastructure, safety or public policy in this community? Now’s your chance to make a difference by completing the 2020 census, which informs federal funding across the country for communities like Silverthorne.  For the first time ever beginning in mid-March and lasting through July 2020, U.S. residents can go online and fill out a 10-question self-response questionnaire for the census. Now that’s a green and efficient choice! The questionnaire can also be completed …

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Silverthorne proud to be part of countywide climate action plan

Earlier this month, local non-profit High Country Conservation Center presented its 2019 report to the Board of County Commissioners. One of the highlights of the report was the countywide adoption of the climate action plan. The Town of Silverthorne was proud to adopt the climate action plan in the fall of 2019 and join the rest of the county in this plan for a more sustainable future. We recently sat down with Town of Silverthorne Mayor Ann-Marie Sandquist to learn why Silverthorne joined the climate action plan and how Silverthorne …

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Meet Silverthorne’s Resident River Hawks at Osprey Day

Did you know that the Blue River in Silverthorne is home to almost 20 different bird species from owls to eagles and perhaps most notably, for osprey? This gorgeous hunter, sometimes called the “river hawk,” is a large raptor and is often seen soaring above the Blue. To celebrate this and other resident and migratory birds, Silverthorne hosts Osprey Days on August 1 at North Pond Park. Residents and visitors alike are invited to this free family event that includes educational programming, seminars and tours along the river from 5:30-7:30 …

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Silverthorne Mayor on “Quality of Life” Tax Initiative

What funding will be required for the continued and timely construction of our community’s desired parks, trails, pedestrian connections and open space projects? In recent years, the Town has gained great momentum in the implementation of strategic plans related to Town amenities, and looking forward, the Silverthorne community has identified numerous capital projects that are needed to serve our growing community. However, current revenues are not sufficient to undertake these projects in a timeframe that the Town Council believes the community expects and desires. A large number of capital projects are …

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