Tamarack Resort Limits Resort Access Through May 1; Deploys Resources to the Community
April 1, 2020 – In response to enhanced federal and state guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Tamarack Resort is limiting access to the resort until May 1 to help protect the safety and wellness of the Valley County community. Tamarack had already suspended recreation and restaurant operations on March 17 when it ended the ski season early. In addition, access to private Tamarack Resort property is limited to only essential employees and homeowners. No guest access or uphill traffic is allowed at this time. The Village Market will continue to operate on a limited basis to provide basic goods, take-out and delivery meals to essential employees and homeowners. Continued operation will be reassessed on a weekly basis. Reservations & Recreation: While no lodging or event reservations will be available during April, guests who book beginning in May will receive full refunds if the resort reopening is delayed. Express Card holders that pre-purchased a day ticket and were unable to use it during the shortened ski season will be able to use it next winter. For more information related to lodging, please contact 208.325.1009. For recreation related information, please contact 208.325.1030. Real Estate: Due to the Governor’s stay at home order, the President’s extension of social distancing guidelines to April 30th, and Valley County’s desire to limit the people traveling to Valley County, construction of Village Plaza has been temporarily paused. The Tamarack real estate team is still able to provide virtual tours and private tours digitally for those interested in properties including the new Village at Tamarack residences. For more information, contact 208.325.1001. Supporting our Community: The Tamarack team is doing its part while working remotely when possible and practicing social distancing and all safety precautions around the resort. We’re also supporting our Valley County community by:
- Making additional paid leave available to our paramedics and EMT mountain operations team members so they can provide their skills to our area medical facilities as needed
- Delivering the resort’s PPEs to St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center
- Providing weekly Meals on Wheels through the McCall Senior Center
- Offering our Canoe Grill space to county, city and medical facilities for their potential storage needs.
If there are additional ways Tamarack can support our friends and neighbors in the region, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org . For the latest on Tamarack Resort operations, visit TamarackIdaho.com. Tamarack is planning to reopen the resort and restart construction on Friday, May 1, dependent on federal, state and community directives.