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Blue River in Silverthorne

Spotlight on water conservation

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. With four major wildfires actively burning more than one hundred thousand acres across Colorado, nature is giving us a not-so-subtle reminder of the dangers posed by exceptionally dry and hot conditions. In fact, 100 percent of the state is now experiencing some form of drought for the first time in eight years. As firefighters work to contain these wildfires with no forecasted relief in sight, fire restrictions and fire safety tend to take the spotlight, and rightfully so.  But there are additional ways we can take …

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Blue River in Silverthorne

Explore a different side of Silverthorne this summer!

Enjoy wide open spaces, thousands of acres of wilderness lands and hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails this summer in the heart of Summit County. Answer the call of the mountains and explore off the beaten path in Silverthorne with these different ideas for adventure. Day 1: Start your day in Silverthorne with breakfast burritos to-go from local favorite Fritangas. Take in the Gore Range mountains surrounding Silverthorne on horseback with Gore Range Outfitters. Gore Range Outfitters offers 1-hour or half day adventures, taking you deep into the …

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Biker on the Blue River Trail

Silverthorne is now a League of American Bicyclists recognized Silver Bicycle Friendly Community!

In February, Silverthorne applied for the League of American Bicyclists’ prestigious Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award. It has long been a goal of Silverthorne to be a recognized leader for the work our local citizens and staff have put in over the years to make our community more accessible by bike. Today, we’re proud to be part of the 482 communities across the United States that are transforming America one Bicycle Friendly Community at a time. The League’s executive director, Bill Nesper, had this to say about our award, particularly …

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Summit County Amended Public Health Order

Summit County has released an amended public health order, effective May 27, 2020, to reflect the latest reopenings in the Safer At Home phase. Colorado has extended the Safer At Home public health order to June 1, and the latest Summit County public health order reflects the state of Colorado May 26 public health order regulations with adjusted restrictions to meet the needs of our community. The Summit County public health order is the order to be followed and enforced in our community.  The public health order encourages all Summit County residents, …

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Silverthorne Recycling Center

New Recycling Center Brings Convenience to Silverthorne

As towns across Summit County participate in Town Clean Up week, removing debris uncovered by melting piles of snow, it’s a great time to review recycling guidelines at the County’s newest recycling facility. Earlier this year, the Silverthorne Recycling Center opened at the base of the Dillon Dam and behind the Outlets at Silverthorne, providing a much needed facility for residents on this end of Summit County. “The Silverthorne Recycling Center is a major success of the Strong Future initiative, and it’s an important step toward reaching the community goal …

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View of Buffalo Mountain

Bring Silverthorne Home

We miss you! While Silverthorne is currently closed to visitors, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy our fresh mountain air and Silverthorne state-of-mind from home. Until we welcome you back, you can experience Silverthorne from afar in the following ways: Enjoy a Taste of Silverthorne from Home Order tea or coffee from Red Buffalo Café to enjoy your favorite cup of joe in the comfort of your own home. Celebrate happy hour on your deck, patio or couch with Angry James Brewery, which is offering several of its beers at locations …

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Blue River Vision

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 El Charrito Market Open 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 301 Adams Avenue 970-262-7615 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 …

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beer at Angry James

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 The Bakers’ BreweryTake out beer and food Wednesdays – Sundays from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.531 Silverthorne Lane970-468-0170 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 …

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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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