Our Response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
As with the nation, we are deeply concerned with the coronavirus pandemic. There is no greater priority than protecting our collective health and minimizing the spread of the virus. At the present time, we remain open and will follow all publicly issued guidelines.
Specifically, we are taking measures posted by the CDC and local health authorities, as well as following all guidelines outlined by our local and state authorities to help protect the health and well-being of our team members and guests:
- We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting our public areas and high-touch surfaces utilizing an EPA-registered cleaning product.
- Public showers are still available for guests camping in tents.
- Keeping our employees fully informed on how to stay healthy “on the job” and at home. No employee is permitted to work if they are not feeling well.
UPDATE: On June 15, California retired the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and our economy is now fully open. Restaurants, shopping malls, and most everyday places are operating as normal – with no capacity limits or physical distancing required. Face coverings will still be required in some settings and Californians will be required to follow restrictions for large events. For more information, visit the California Department of Health website.
FAQs & Additional Resources:
Where can I find the latest COVID updates for Madera County?
Is Yosemite National Park open? Are there restrictions in place?
Yosemite National Park is currently open by reservation only. Please click the link below for more information.
What is the current status of the Bass Lake Recreation area?
Click the link below for updates including alerts & warnings.