Everyone is Invited
There’s a reason we’re all drawn to Breckenridge. It’s the unique combination of our historic, mountain town charm, the breathtaking nature that surrounds us in all directions, and the character of the people who call it home—for a weekend, or a lifetime. Now, more than ever, we all share in the responsibility of making Breckenridge the most welcoming place to live and visit.
Preserving the character of our town and the nature that surrounds us has always been at the heart of the Breckenridge spirit, our people, and our brand. To a large part, our collective desire to protect this special ecosystem is what draws people here in the first place—both to live, and to visit. As the topics of climate change, over-tourism, and sustainability continue to shift the global narrative, we have an opportunity to position our town as a thought-leader in sustainable practices by celebrating our local commitment to environmental stewardship and rallying our guests to participate alongside us.
Social Equity Advisory Commission
In 2020, Breckenridge Town Council unanimously passed a resolution creating a Social Equity Advisory Commission. The commission will bring together a group of people from varied backgrounds to work with town council to identify opportunities for change and inclusion.
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Breck Pride is a week for everyone. It doesn’t matter whether you identify as LGBTQ+ or straight, skier or snowboarder, beginner or expert, or just want to support your friends and community — everyone is welcomed to join this five-day festival packed with music, daily ski parties, drag bingo and much more. With 300+ days of sunshine, great events and a world-class ski resort, this celebration is going to be ON! LGBTQ+ community, friends, family and allies are all invited. You with us?
Building Hope Summit County
Building Hope Summit County is a community-wide initiative designed to create a more coordinate, effective and responsive mental health system that promotes emotional health, reduces stigma and improves access to care and support for everyone in Summit County.