Here is the latest update for our community,
Community Covid 19 Website
Information specific to Boulder about Covid 19 can now be found at a newly created website and the site is password protected. You can access information at:
Our Community Heroes for this week are the Stacy Davis family. Thanks so much for providing our kids with an Easter egg hunt. It looked like everyone had a great time!
Boulder Community Alliance
If you have questions about unemployment or small business loans you can link to BCA's page through the Community Covid 19 Website for the latest information.
Boulder Skills Foundation
For those planning a garden this year, Boulder Skills Foundation has posted gardening resources and begun a gardening blog at boulderskillsfoundation.org
Closures of Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef National Parks and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument remain closed to all recreationists including local residents. See https://www.garfield.utah.gov/home/showdocument?id=1126
USDA has taken many immediate actions to assist farmers, ranchers, producers, rural communities, and rural-based businesses and organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information on these actions, visit www.usda.gov/coronavirus .
Magnolia's Street Food
Magnolias Street Food is still offering an array of FROZEN BURRITOS, HOUSE MADE KIMCHI AND SOME OF OUR SALSAS to be PICKED-UP on THURSDAY'S between 9am-12pm. If you are not feeling well please let them know and they will arrange DELIVERY. They are going above and beyond to follow the CDC's and Southwest Utah Public Health's recommended public food safety guidelines for these times. Please send orders to magnoliasstreetfood.com . They will then send you an invoice to be paid ONLINE via square or venmo.
Boulder Mountain Spine and Sport
Despite the pandemic, chronic and acute musculoskeletal, orthopedic injury and pain are still occurring and needing treatment and care. Dr Garrett Anderson has spoken with the U.S. Attorney Generals office as well as the Utah Department of Professional Licensing. It has been determined that his practice is an "essential business". Therefore, after careful consideration, he has decided to re-open his practice to local residents who are actively practicing C.D.C. guidelines of social distancing and self quarantining as indicated. Appointments may be made once prospective patients have been vetted. Center for Disease Control protocols for cleaning and disinfecting have been implemented. At this time only local residents will be allowed to make appointments. If you are a local but have recently traveled out of the area, you must quarantine for 14 days before you can be seen. Additionally, if COVID cases start appearing in the area, It may be necessary to close the clinic. If you would like to make an appointment, please call (949) 235 1233 or email Bouldermountainspineandsport@gmail.com .
The CDC and Governor's Office are advising us to wear cloth masks in public places. You can make your own using the patterns on the following websites;
Schools Governor Herbert announced that Utah’s K-12 public schools will extend their dismissal (or soft closure) through the end of the school year in a continuing effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) envisions three phases on the path to recovery and our new future. For more information on the phases, please visit our website: https://schools.utah.gov/coronavirus
Stay Safe, Stay Home, Stay Connected!
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Boulder, Utah 84716