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San Juan Strong Promise

As we recover and begin resuming our usual activities during the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to ensure the safety of our visitors, customers, and locals alike. While restrictions or recommendations may change, we want to let you know that we will continue to go above and beyond to keep our communities a safe, healthy place to live, work, and visit.

The San Juan Strong Promise is two-fold commitment including 1) businesses & community members 2) customers & visitors. If we all work together to adhere to the basic principles of the promise we will be able to continue to maintain operations, keep our doors open, maintain the public health, and crush the curve of COVID-19.

Together, We Are San Juan Strong

We invite you to join us in the San Juan Strong Promise:

AS CUSTOMERS & VISITORS

As a customer and/or visitor you are a part of the San Juan Strong Promise, here is how: 

  • Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds
  • Use hand sanitizer when hand washing isn't available
  • Sneeze or cough into your elbow
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Use social distancing as much as possible
  • Use a face covering when social distancing is not possible
  • If sick, please stay home
  • Please be safe as you recreate and explore as our emergency services are limited

Our communities will be posting these friendly reminders throughout San Juan County. Also be sure to look for the San Juan Promise seal in San Juan County businesses showcasing that they are upholding the highest standards of hygiene. Please be aware that our communities within San Juan County may be under varying levels of "risk" -- please take that into consideration as you visit Utah's Canyon Country. Please contact us if you have any questions 1-800-574-4386 or visit www.utahscanyoncountry.com/covid19-travel

  


For more information on visiting San Juan County - Utah's Canyon Country during this pandemic please visit: www.utahscanyoncountry.com/covid19-travel

A complete list of COVID-19 Business Hours can be found here: http://bit.ly/33tdCKl

San Juan County Public Health COVID-19 Resources: https://sanjuanpublichealth.org/covid-19

DIRECTORY

These businesses have pledged to join the San Juan Strong Promise:

North County

Dixie 4 Wheel Drive - Moab
New Image Creations LLC - La Sal
S&S Enterprises - Moab
St. Danes Cabins - Moab

Monticello

Abajo Trading Post
Beautiful U Aesthetics
Bennett Mangement Svcs.
Blue Mountain Foods
Blue Mountain Meats
Canyonlands Motor Inn
Details Gifts and Such  
Granary Bar and Grill
Grist Mill Inn
Honey Dews
Inn at the Canyons
Ja Roen Thai Sushi
Jackalope Trading Company
Monticello College
Peter Springs Alpaca Ranch
PJ's Restaurant
Roam Industry
7-Eleven / Exxon
San Juan Dental
San Juan Record
San Juan Upholstery 
Thatzza Pizza
Wagon Wheel Pizza
Westerner RV Park
Wrench Ranch
Zions Bank

Blanding

Abajo Haven Guest Cabins
Blanding Taxi (Damon Foy)
Blue Mountain Chiropractic
Brent Johansen DDS
Country Comfort
Grayson General Store
H+ Aesthetics
Mindful Infusions
San Juan Wellness Center/Blanding City
7-Eleven
Smith Plumbing & Heating
Super 8 Blanding
Transitions
Yak's Cafe

Bluff

Bluff Garden's Cabins
Bluff Fort
Coral Sands RV Park
Cottonwood RV Park & Dairy Cafe
Cottonwood Steakhouse
Desert Rose Resort & Cabins
Kokopelli Inn
La Posada Pintada
Raven's Nest Vacation Rental

Monument Valley

Goulding's Lodge & Tours
 

AS BUSINESSES & COMMUNITY MEMBERS

As businesses and/or community members you are a part of the San Juan Strong Promise, here is how: 

  • We are implementing all standards and recommendations from the Governor's Office
  • Additional training to our staff to ensure the highest standards of hygiene
  • Masks available for all staff, CDC recommends wearing face coverings to slow the spread
  • Facilitate social distancing as much as possible
  • We're screening employees daily and ensuring that sick employees stay home

JOIN THE SAN JUAN STRONG PROMISE

Click here to join other San Juan County businesses in the San Juan Strong Promise: https://forms.gle/2fFvUqHtSpaJtqmF6

The steps are as easy as 1, 2, 3...

  1. Take the pledge, online: https://forms.gle/2fFvUqHtSpaJtqmF6
    1. If you would prefer to do this by paper: https://bit.ly/2WJFsAw
  2. Get your packet, this includes your pledge certificate, cling/window sticker, posters, masks, and other collateral
  3. Get listed, we'll add you to our directory of businesses who have pledge to participate in the San Juan Strong Promise. 
  4. Check out our Toolkit, part of the San Juan Strong Promise is a toolkit for businesses that includes multiple resources to help you navigate COVID-19 and the "new norm." Included in the toolkit are;
    1. Follow this link for complete toolkit: https://bit.ly/2y2XZ1h
    2. Current guidelines, San Juan County will be following the state's phased health guidelines. 
    3. Print and social media collateral that can be used to help you communicate your efforts and expectations to your employees and customers. https://bit.ly/2Z5An7k

RECREATE RESPONSIBLY

Tips to Recreate Responsibly

Whether seeking wide-open spaces or exploring a historic urban neighborhood, remember to #RecreateResponsibly! We encourage you to follow the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and follow Leave No Trace principles as well as Visit With Respect principles when you visit.

  • Know before you go. Visit utahscanyoncountry.com/covid19-travel for current natural amenity conditions and availability and openings. Make a plan, consider the 10 Essentials, and if you are sick, stay home.

  • Keep it close. Follow the state and county orders governing the open status of the area you’re considering visiting. 

  • Keep your distance. Recreate with the people in your household. Give others plenty of room whether you are on a trail, at a boat launch, or in a parking lot. Follow the CDC’s social distancing guidelines for staying six feet away from others. Be prepared to cover your nose and mouth if you’re near others.

  • Know your limits. Consider postponing challenging hikes or trying new activities while first responders, parks, and communities continue to concentrate on responding to the pandemic.

  • Keep it with you. If you brought it, take it with you. Trash pickup and restroom facilities will continue to be limited in many public land areas.

  • Keep it local. Remember that the local communities you are visiting help to support the improvements and recreation the neighboring public lands. Please remember to support our local businesses as you visit the surrounding public lands. For a list of operational businesses please visit: http://bit.ly/33tdCKl