Updated November 20, 2020
If you are healthy, yes. The Cheyenne City County Health Board has passed a mask mandate beginning November 2, 2020, and running through November 30, 2020. If you come to visit, please adhere to our local regulations.
As of May 15, 2020 restaurants, bars, breweries and distilleries are open for inside and outside dining with strict social distancing requirements. More restaurants are taking reservations to manage their occupancy levels. Our restaurants that are open are following strict sanitation protocols, and their staff must wear masks and gloves at all times. Diners are not required by state health to wear masks, but it is up to the individual restaurants to make that decision. Party sizes are limited to eight per table.
Our retail shops are open, but we are asking that you comply with the shop owner's mask policy to enter. Our museums are open with social distancing protocols in place.
Wyoming State Parks are open to everyone now, reservations are required for camping.
Cheyenne is responsibly opening and we do not want to jeopardize the health and welfare of our residents and guests to our community.
Outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people or 25% of the venue capacity whichever is smaller will be allowed if the proper social distancing protocols can be achieved. Indoor gatherings of up to 25 people can occur with no restrictions, and indoor gatherings of up to 100 people or 25% of the venue capacity whichever is smaller will be allowed with social distancing and increased sanitation.
Please, if you are experiencing any symptoms of CoVid-19 stay at home and do not put others at risk. While we have no formal mask requirement ordinance in Cheyenne, business owners have the right to request customers wear masks inside their business. Please comply with their wishes