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Dear Valued Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa Guests,

COVID Industry Guidelines that The Sierra Nevada Resort and Spa are adhering too

As the guidelines provided by Mono County and for the safety of our guests and our employees, we will not be entering your room during your stay. We have enhanced guestroom cleaning and sanitation protocols in accordance with recommendations from the CDC and health Officials.

Daily room stay-over service has been suspended. Should you require additional supplies please contact the front desk between 6:00am and 10:00pm by pressing “0” on your hotel room phone.

If you are staying in a Fireplace Suite with a Kitchenette, the Cabinets have been restrained to assure that the dishes, pots, and pans and not been touched since sanitizing. Please contact the Front Desk if you will be needing these items.

Please do not leave anything outside your door to be picked up (trash, dirty towels etc) unless you have arranged it with the Front Desk.

We ask that you follow the state and county regulations and guidance and wear a face covering in all public areas and maintain appropriate physical distancing of 6 feet for your health and safety as well as the health and safety of our staff.

All guests are to be advised You are advised to secure a reservation prior to travel to Mono County / Mammoth Lakes.


All reservations and stays are to only include members of a single household/living unit.


Advertising or posting of units for rent on any platform are to note that “Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-33-20 applies statewide and advises Californians to “avoid travelling long distances for vacations or pleasure as much as possible.”


The Governor’s Order Executive Order N-33-20 and implementing Orders issued from the State Public Health Officer continue to discourage but not prohibit non-essential travel as follows: (the information is to be provided at a minimum on public facing web sites):


Executive Order N-33-20 you can travel for urgent matters or if such travel is essential to your permitted work. Even though businesses around the state are opening up, avoid travelling long distances for vacations or pleasure as much as possible. This is to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Do not travel if you are sick, or if someone in your household has had coronavirus in the last two weeks. Do not travel with someone who is sick.


You should check with the local health department where you are starting from, along your route, and at your planned destination for information. Know that local rules are constantly changing and may change even after you start your trip. Check for travel updates before you leave your home.


Before travelling away from your community, consider these questions from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) travel guidance:

Is coronavirus spreading where you are traveling?

Are you or those you are traveling with more likely to get very sick from coronavirus?

Will you be able to keep 6 feet of physical distance from others during or after your trip?

If you do travel, take steps to keep everyone safe like wearing a face covering, keeping 6 feet of physical distance from those not in your household, and washing your hands frequently.


Executive Order N-33-20 applies shall continue to apply within Mono County until rescinded or revoked by the Governor.


General Provisions


This Order is issued as a result of the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19 disease, also known as “novel coronavirus,” which has infected at least 529,591 individuals worldwide in 175 countries and is implicated in over 23,970 worldwide deaths.


This Order is issued based on evidence of transmission of COVID-19, scientific evidence regarding the most effective approach to slow transmission of communicable diseases generally and COVID-19 specifically, as well as best practices as currently known and available to protect the public from the risk of spread of or exposure to COVID-19.


This Order is intended to reduce the likelihood of exposure to COVID-19, by referencing restrictions issued by the State of California and providing additional clarifications within the Town of Mammoth Lakes, thereby slowing the spread of COVID-19 in communities worldwide. As the presence of individuals increases, the difficulty and magnitude of tracing individuals who may have been exposed to a case rises exponentially.


This Order is issued in accordance with, and incorporates by reference, the: March 4, 2020 Proclamation of a State Emergency issued by Governor Gavin Newsom; the March 15, 2020 Declaration of Local Health Emergency based on an imminent and proximate threat to public health from the introduction of novel COVID-19 in Mono County; the March 17, 2020 Resolution of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mono proclaiming the existence of a Local Emergency in the County of Mono regarding COVID-19 and ratifying and extending the Declaration of Local Health Emergency due to COVID-19; the guidance issued on March 11, 2020 by the California Department of Public Health regarding large gatherings of 250 people or more; Governor Gavin Newsom’s Executive Order N-25-20 of March 12, 2020 preparing the State to commandeer hotels and other places of temporary residence, medical facilities, and other facilities that are suitable as places of temporary residence or medical facilities as necessary for quarantining, isolating or treating individuals who test positive for COVID-19 or who have had a high-risk exposure and are thought to be in the incubation period; the guidance issued on March 15, 2020 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the California Department of Public Health, and other public health officials through the United States and around the world recommending the cancellation of gatherings involving more than fifty (50) or more persons in a single space at the same time; the March 16, 2020 order of the Public Health Officer prohibiting all gatherings with expected presence above ten (10) individuals; and Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-33-20 of March 19, 2020 ordering all persons to stay at home to protect the health and well-being of all Californians and to establish consistency across the state in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.


This Order is made in accordance with all applicable State and Federal laws, including but not limited to: Health and Safety Code sections 101030, et seq.; Health and Safety Code sections 120100, et seq.; and Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations section 2501.


To the extent necessary, pursuant to Government Code sections 26602 and 41601 and Health and Safety Code section 101029, the Health Officer requests that the Sheriff and all Chiefs of Police in the County ensure compliance with and enforcement of this Order.


This Order is made because of the propensity of the virus to spread person-to-person and also because the virus is causing physical property loss or damage due to its proclivity to attach to surfaces for prolonged periods of time.


Copies of this Order shall promptly be posted on the County of Mono’s Public Health Department’s website ( and provided to any member of the public requesting a copy of this Order.