Welcome to our communities
MCCALL · DONNELLY · CASCADE · YELLOW PINE · NEW MEADOWS
This Place Is Special
As we navigate these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever that we care about one another and the places we value…and this area holds a special place in many hearts. As we begin to travel farther from home in search of fresh mountain air, solitary hiking trails and sunny days on the lake, we ask that you come prepared and knowledgeable about the places you choose to recreate.
HORSEBACK RIDING IN CASCADE
We need YOUR HELP to protect the place and the people we all LOVE.
HIKING TO LOUIE LAKE NEAR MCCALL
how you can help
UNDERSTAND IDAHO’S REOPENING PLAN.
We are currently in STAGE THREE of our state-wide “Idaho Rebounds” plan. This stage will run from May 30 – June 12, 2020.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN STAGE THREE
- Social gatherings (public and private) of 10 – 50 people are allowed where physical distancing and precautionary measures can occur.
- Non-essential travel can resume to locations that allow it and do not have ongoing transmission (adhere to Idaho and CDC guidelines regarding isolation following travel).
- Encourage 14-day self-quarantine for people entering Idaho from another country or from an area outside Idaho with substantial community spread or case rates higher than Idaho.
- Large venues remain closed and can develop plans for reopen in Stage Four.
- Restaurant dining rooms, indoor gyms, recreation facilities, salons, bars and movie theaters can be open with approved health plans and protocols – including limited capacity to maintain social distancing requirements.
- Nightclubs remain closed until Stage Four. However, nightclubs can open as a bar if business protocols are met.
- Strict physical distancing of at least six feet, hand washing, staying home if you are sick, regular disinfection of surfaces and wearing a mask in public places is standard protocol.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
It is very likely that the places you love to frequent in the area have new protocols and new hours in place.
Please check business and organization websites to learn about these changes and comply with the health and safety measures that have been put in place to protect residents and visitors in our communities.
Many places are closed not only because of COVID-19, but because of Mother Nature. As the snow melts and we dry out from a heavy winter, golf courses, campgrounds and trails will begin to open. Again, we ask that you check business, State Park and National Forest websites to see what the current status is on your destination.
Take Personal responsibility
let’s all do our part