Dear Grand Summit Homeowners, 

We have another very important update that we need to share with you along with how it affects owners and the Grand Summit building. Summit County issued a Joint Public Health Stay-at-Home Order late yesterday afternoon. It will be in effect beginning Friday, March 27 at 12:01 a.m. (Thursday night) through April 30. The order will be reviewed after 14 days. 

Please refer to the language in the Order and the Notice and how it impacts us via the following links: 

JOINT PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER STAY-AT-HOME Order No.: 2020-03 Date: March 25, 2020 Legal Authority: Utah Code §26A-1-114 Utah Code §17-50- 302(1)(a) 

(ii) Summit County Code §4-5-6(A)In part: Section 8. Visitors. Visitors to Summit County are directed to return home immediately upon the issuance of this Order, no later than April 1, 2020, by the fastest and safest available means, and persons considering visiting Summit County should remain home. Although non-resident homeowners are expressly exempt from this Section, non-resident homeowners are strongly encouraged to leave or not travel to Summit County. Non-resident homeowners should know and be advised that the local infrastructure, especially the health care infrastructure, is not equipped for an influx of part-time residents in a time of global pandemic. 

“This decision was not made lightly but is in the best interest of public health in Summit County,” Summit County Health Director, Dr. Rich Bullough, said. “When you look at the data, Summit County is a hotspot for COVID-19 statewide, nationally and globally. At this time, Summit County has 20-times the number of cases per capita as Salt Lake County. Our cases per capita rival those of the worst areas of New York City and many parts of Italy.” 

As part of the Order, visitors in Summit County are asked to leave as safely and quickly as possible. Visitors planning future trips are asked not to visit Summit County for the duration of this Order. Secondary home-owners who are not currently residing in the county are also asked to avoid the county. 

We consider our HOA maintenance team, led by Mark Hoagland, and the limited common area cleaning staff to be ‘essential staff’ and therefore needed for the safety and security of the building. They will continue to operate onsite. Stephen Polvere and Jim Simmons will be onsite through April as well, though some of their work will be done remotely. The building will continue to be monitored by security personnel. All Seasons HOA Management will work to maintain and help protect your building and assets while the Order is in effect. Please watch for further property-specific updates from them, along with updates from your Board and Vail Resorts. 

We have posted an update outlining some of the efforts the Executive Board and All Seasons HOA Management are undertaking at the Grand Summit to our HOA website – You will need to login to read this update: Please feel free to contact Stephen Polvere at (435) 513-0238 or with any questions or concerns you may have. 

Sincerely, Grand Summit Executive Board