Update 3/27/2020 – Hudson Gardens’ latest statement in response to the State of Colorado’s Public Health Orders
Our Welcome Center/Gift Shop and all picnic areas are currently closed, and upcoming classes and programs have been postponed in compliance with the State of Colorado’s Public Health Orders. In the meantime, we’ll be maintaining our pristine terrain and looking forward to the day when we announce our Summer Concert Series lineup, resume classes and programs, and see all our facilities bustling with activities that we can all enjoy together.
Update 3/19/2020 – Gift Shop Closure & Postponement of Programs Extended Through April 30
Hudson Gardens is extending our closure of the Welcome Center/Gift Shop and our postponement of all community programs through Thursday, April 30 due to the State of Colorado’s Public Health Order 20-23, limiting “gatherings of individuals to no more than (10) people.”
The gardens will remain free and open to the public during this time. We encourage you to visit and enjoy the great outdoors while following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines regarding social distancing and hand washing.
Update 3/13/2020 – Gift Shop Closure & Postponement of Programs
Hudson Gardens is closing its Welcome Center/Gift Shop and postponing all community programs effective Saturday, March 14 through Sunday, March 29 due to the COVID-19 virus. Further information on programs and classes scheduled during this time will be sent to registrants in the upcoming days.
Management and personnel will continue in their respective roles during this time and will be available via phone and email to assist patrons. The gardens will remain free and open to the public during this time and we encourage you to visit and enjoy the great outdoors. All scheduled programs are expected to resume, along with the opening of the Welcome Center/Gift Shop on March 29.
Hudson Gardens is taking additional precautions to keep patrons safe from COVID-19.
At Hudson Gardens, our patrons’ and employees’ health and safety is our top priority. In response to recent developments regarding COVID-19, we want to assure our patrons that we are monitoring information developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Based on CDC recommendations, Hudson Gardens is taking necessary measures to provide clean and healthy environments at all of our facilities.
In addition to our routine cleaning practices, we are:
- Increasing the frequency of cleaning our facilities with a cleaning solution that includes bactericidal and virucidal elements.
- Increasing the frequency of disinfecting “high-touch” objects and areas within the facilities.
- Communicating to our employees and patrons the CDC recommendations for reducing the spread of germs.
- Posting informational signage encouraging effective hand washing and stopping the spread of germs.
We ask facility patrons to help us maintain a healthy environment by following these best practices:
- Wash your hands with soap and water.
- Cover your mouth and nose when you cough and sneeze.
- If you feel sick, stay home.
All Hudson Gardens programs, classes, special events, and facilities will continue to operate as normal. Management will continue to follow recommendations from the county’s and state’s public health experts; and of course, we will implement applicable recommendations. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all and look forward to seeing you in the gardens or at one of our upcoming programs and events.