Grand Junction invites you to celebrate our Nation’s independence!


Grand Junction is known for its friendly, welcoming community.  It’s always nice to visit a place that makes you feel like a local even if you don’t live there, Junction is just that place. Residents say “hi” as they pass you walking downtown, they are happy to share their favorite trail and are eager to provide their opinion on their favorite place to sip a local brew at a scenic patio. If you are looking for a quick getaway for the upcoming 4th of July weekend, consider Grand Junction!  Since traveling conjures up some unique questions these days, here are some quick tips to help you.


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Are masks required to be worn in Grand Junction or Mesa County?

No, they are not required. You still will see  people wearing masks, so if you prefer to wear yours, you will feel comfortable. On that same note, if you prefer not to wear a mask, you’ll certainly see plenty of people who are not as well.  You get to decide what’s best for you here! Here’s more information on Mesa County’s Phase 2 Reopening Plan.