Love the Local
In Downtown Boulder, over 70% of our businesses are locally owned and operated. Many of the employees who work at these businesses are our family, friends and neighbors. This is our time to come together as a community and help. Business owners are taking into account the tremendous impacts - physical, emotional and financial temporarily closing their doors have on their workers and families. We are now in the process of getting back up and running. We'll work together to rebuild. This site is updated daily with the latest in business hours and operating plans. We're open and we are excited to welcome you back! Let the small business community know that we are in this together. Now more than ever #LoveTheLocal
Downtown Boulder Employee Assistance Fund
Parking in City of Boulder garages through June 30, 2020 is $1.25/hour with an $8 max before 3 p.m. Mondays - Fridays. Between 3 p.m. - 3 a.m., parking in the garages is a $3 flat rate. Saturdays and Sundays, parking is free. Note, free parking only applies to the City of Boulder garages. (Overnight parking is not allowed; no parking between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. daily.) On-street parking includes a 20 minute grace period for curbside pickup, takeout/delivery options then normal on-street rates apply ($1.25/hour with a 3 hour limit). Please note the 20-minute grace period goes into effect once the pay station receipt expires. Please use the pay station to purchase a minimum amount and then place the receipt in car front window.
(Downtown Boulder's COVID-19 resource page can be found here.)
While you are staying safe at home, joins us for a virtual game of B-I-N-G-O!
Attractions and Events Update:
Boulder Arts Online
The City of Boulder's Office of Arts and Culture has compiled a variety of workshops, exhibits, and activities available virtually.
Boulder B Cycle
Bike stations are open - making great efforts to keep bikes/stations disinfected with regular cleanings.
Labor Day event CANCELED - more information available here . VirtuALL Memorial Day 10k. More information available here.
Boulder Creek Fest
Postponed until July 31 - August 2 - Check out Virtual Creek Fest here - The Boulder Creek Festival has been Boulder’s official kickoff to Summer for more than 30 years and we still want to connect and support local community businesses on Memorial Day Weekend.
Boulder County Farmers Markets
BCFM will begin it's gradual reopening for the season on Saturday, May 23rd. Online ordering and pick-up are still available through BCFM-to-go. For more information, please see their website.
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Temporarily closed until a proper reopening date is determined. Offering a wide variety of online programming featuring workshops, artist studio tours, and virtual exhibitions. Updates on their website. Memberships can be purchased online here.
Boulder Public Library
Phase 1 of reopening: May 18 - May 30. Information on the multi-phase reopening plan can be found here. Summer of Discovery virtual event is available here.
Downtown Boulder Visitor Information Center
Temporarily closed. Updates will follow.
Museum of Boulder
In the interest of our community’s health and safety, the Museum is temporarily closed until further notice. Updates will be available on their website and social media channels.
Taste of Pearl
Canceled - potentially postponed. DBP will announce a Fall 2020 date if possible.
Tulip Fairy and Elf Festival
Virtual event activities are available!