Last updated: 1.16.22, 9:00 am
Protocols and building closures
If you are not feeling well, have a temperature, suspect exposure or are awaiting test results, please stay home.
All buildings are open.
The gift shop is open.
Play structures are be open. Guests are advised to wash hands after usage.
Frequent hand-washing and sanitizing are recommended.
Are animals susceptible to COVID-19? It is thought that felines (cats), primates and some other animals may be susceptible to COVID-19. Our zoo takes precautions with all animals and special precautions with those that may be particularly vulnerable to the virus.
Admission to the Pueblo Zoo is contingent on adherence to the rules. Pueblo Zoo may eject a guest for any reason including violation of Zoo rules, illegal activity, misconduct or failure to comply with any and all safety and security rules, laws, ordinances and measures. This includes abiding by safety measures required as a precaution against COVID-19 including but not limited to wearing a face covering (mask).
By accepting admission through your membership or ticket purchase, you agree to assume and release the Pueblo Zoo from all risks associated with the Zoo and conditions and use of the premises including risk of loss, theft, damage to property or personal and bodily injury including illness due to COVID-19 and hereby acknowledge your permission to use your picture or likeness and waive all residual rights or claims.
COVID has reminded us about best practices in keeping us safe from any illness.
If you are sick, stay home.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
Wash your hands often and properly (soap and water, for at least 20 seconds).
If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces or objects.
If you must sneeze or cough and have no tissue available, do so in the inside of your elbow, not into your hands or into the air.
3 Steps to a safer community, by State Epidemiologist Dr. Rachel Herlihy
World Health Organization – FAQ
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention