Downtown Grand Junction is Still Open for Business

 

Stay safe and remember that Downtown Grand Junction is open for business. Supporting small business is more critical than ever.

When planning your trip downtown remember these updates:

PARKING

As of June 8, 2020, parking compliance operations will resume in the downtown area for all locations. Additional pickup locations have been added to existing zones. Click here for more information.

RESTAURANTS

  • Most downtown restaurants are open for business offer takeout and/or delivery in addition to dine-in options.
  • We have set up food pick-up zones for visitors ordering takeout. Look for these 15-minute designated parking spots on 3rd / 4th / 5th / 6th Streets off Main Street.
  • If you are staying home consider purchasing gift cards directly from restaurants. These purchases go directly to the restaurant and will help keep them open during these difficult times.

SHOPPING

  • Most downtown businesses are open for business.
  • Some businesses are offering special services to keep people safe. Contact individual businesses online or over the phone to learn about special services.
  • If you are staying home consider purchasing gift cards directly from businesses. These purchases go directly to the business and will help keep them open during these difficult times.


EVENTS

  • GJ Off-Road/Music Festival has been cancelled.
  • The Mobility Driven Car Show has been postponed to September 12, 2020.
  • The Market on Main WILL take place each Thursday beginning July 9-September 24 from 5:30-8:00pm. Click here for more info!
  • The Rhythm + Brews Summer Concert Series has been cancelled.
  • For specific information regarding the events, please visit our Events page
  • For additional questions contact the event coordinator.

TRANSIT

  • The Dash service will resume on 8/14/2020 under limited service.
  • The Dash service runs along GVT Route 1 every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 4:15pm to 11:05pm. The last shuttle will depart the Downtown Transfer Facility at 10:15pm. The Dash is fair free and busses arrive every 30 minutes.
  • The following measures are being implemented in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
    • Masks are required on The Dash (by order of the Governor)
    • Riders must spread out on the bus (members of the same household may sit together)
    • At the discretion of the driver, approximately 10 riders will be allowed on the bus at a time. Extra buses may be called if additional capacity is needed.
  • For more information please visit this website: https://gvt.mesacounty.us/

Information is constantly changing. For the most up-to-date information follow @DowntownGJ on Facebook or Instagram.

Thank you for shopping local and supporting downtown businesses!