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Visit Carson City Safely

Traveling or even exploring locally can be challenging right now. Below is a summary of all you want to know if traveling to Carson City soon. You'll find what is open, unique hours of businesses, events that are happening, and our commitment to our locals and visitors to Carson City.

Protect You. Protect us.

We don't have to remind you how important it is to travel safely right now. But we want to give you a piece of mind by showing you how our local lodging properties have been taking extraordinary measures to keep our visitors and community safe. Have a watch.

CARSON CITY IS SAFE AND OPEN

    • FOOD & DRINK: Visit our blog for the Complete List of Open Carson City Restaurants for dine-in service, pick up, and delivery options. If you do not see your local favorite listed, the best thing to do is call them or check their website & social media!
    • Dining in Carson City 

GOVERNOR MANDATES: UPDATE 3/5/2021

Click here to find all current directives from the Nevada Governor

  • Mask mandate is still in place
  • All restaurants and attractions are operating at 50% capacity
  • No more than 6 people to a table and reservations are no longer required

CARSON CITY CARES

Here in the Visitors Center we want to ensure:

  • Free hand sanitizers are available in the common area of the Visitors Center.
  • Staff is committed to wearing PPE in public areas and in the common area of the Visitors Center.
  • Staff must follow a six foot social distancing rule.
  • At CTA board meetings, masks will be required at all times unless an individual is speaking.

Businesses in Carson City are are also taking a pledge to create safe environments for staff and customers and have done an incredible job at serving our community safely.

KEEPING YOURSELF & OTHERS SAFE

We ask all visitors to follow the same guidelines we do here in Carson City by following regulations set forth by the Nevada Health Response and the CDC, including:

  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water.
  • Use hand sanitizer when hand washing is not available.
  • Practice social distancing by staying six feet away from people who aren’t in your household.
  • Wear a face mask while in indoor public spaces.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Stay home if you feel sick or have had contact with someone with COVID-19 symptoms. If you have symptoms while traveling, please self-quarantine.
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Current Governor Directives