UPDATE May 7, 2020
We are committed to your safety. Here’s what we’re doing to help protect your health and peace of mind:
- Room set-ups will incorporate social distancing with 6′ between attendees.
- Visible and consistent cleaning of all areas of the meeting space.
- Door signage indicating precautions in accordance with our local health department.
- Floor markings to encourage social distancing during registration.
- Public-facing employees will wear masks and gloves. We encourage all attendees to wear masks as well.
- Food and beverage will be packaged in grab-and-go style.
UPDATE April 15, 2020
Continuing with the Governor’s Directive Stay Safe, Stay Home, the Dixie Center is still closed to the public. The governor’s original executive order was set to expire on April 13, but the order has been extended through May 1, 2020.
UPDATE March 17, 2020
Following recommendations from Utah State Tourism concerning the health and wellness of all during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Welcome Center (and as a result the Rosenbruch World Wildlife Museum) will be closed until further notice.
We will provide updates as we have them.
UPDATE March 16, 2020
“[T]he following practices will be enforced beginning March 17, 2020 and will be re-evaluated April 6, 2020. … [The] Dixie Center will follow the CDC guidelines and will not hold gatherings and events of 50 people and more.”
-Washington County Commission Office News Release
UPDATE March 12, 2020
Utah Coronavirus Task Force, and Utah’s Governor Herbert, have made the recommendations that starting Monday, March 16, 2020:
- Limit mass gatherings of groups over 100
- If you are over 60 or immunocompromised, avoid gatherings of more than 20
COVID-19 Updates & Information
In an effort to provide attendees and events with up-to-date information and communication regarding COVID-19, updates will be posted on this page as they become available. The Dixie Center staff is dedicated to providing clear and direct information during this time of growing concern. We are in close communication with the Southwest Utah Public Health Department, St. George Police and Fire Department, and the Utah Department of Health.
We remain committed to providing our clients and guests with the safest means of operation.
The Dixie Center has instituted the following safety precautions:
- The promotion of everyday preventive actions with staff in accordance with the CDC. Click Here
- The promotion of cough, sneeze, and hand washing etiquette posters throughout the facility.
- Notices from the CDC have been distributed to staff in an ongoing effort to educate and inform in preparation for potential health risks.
- While we have not received specific instructions to change our housekeeping practices, we have increased the frequency that we wipe down and clean surfaces throughout the facility(s).
- Efforts are currently underway to prepare each facility for future implementations of required operational changes.
Things our clients can do to assist our efforts in the provision of a safe space for their events:
- Encourage your attendees to stay home if they feel sick with a respiratory illness.
- Assist with the creation of signage to alert attendees of hand washing & cough/sneeze guidelines.
- Provide email links to CDC and Department of Health websites, as they all provide generous information surrounding COVID-19.
We look forward to seeing you at the Dixie Center in the near future and appreciate your cooperation while we continue to provide you and your attendees with a safe and successful show experience.