Welcome to Silverthorne

Welcome to the year-round heart of Summit County situated amidst the world's playgrounds and distinguished by unparalleled natural beauty, our town is the intersection of commerce and culture, where art meets adventure.


  • Summit County Pet rescue
    A show of support for missing pets

    It’s not just hikers and climbers who can go missing in Summit County. Pets can also get lost, to the great distress of pet owners, and finding them can take days or even weeks. Now pet owners who’ve lost their animals in Summit County have a new nonprofit organization devoted entirely to pet search and rescue, Summit Lost Pet Rescue.

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  • Two Girls Biking
    Stay safe this summer!

    Safety tips for a fun and safe summer in Silverthorne from our friendly staff members!

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  • Water Valve at Recreation Center
    Public Works Uses Silverthorne Recreation Center to Complete Long-Awaited Project

    While the Silverthorne Recreation Center has now reopened, a lot of work has been going on since the facility closed in March. Not only has the Silverthorne Recreation Center been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected; but pools have been drained, cleaned and refilled; floors have been resurfaced; and the Public Works department completed a long-awaited project.

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  • Silverthorne Stories
    Silverthorne Stories

    Silverthorne Stories is a storytelling project from the Silverthorne Art Board that seeks to bring community members of all backgrounds together to understand our similarities and what brought us to our mountain town!

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  • Hope Heart on Silverthorne Performing Arts Center
    Silverthorne's Got Hope

    Learn more about the Hope Hearts around town and around Summit County, and about local artist Shannon Galpin who is inspring hope in our community.

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  • Woman on Angler Mountain Trail
    Modern Manners for Trail Users, Plus Outdoor Recreation Tips

    We all are encouraged to do our part to self monitor physical distancing, and as the temperatures continue to warm, now’s the time for outdoor enthusiasts to brush up on etiquette to keep us all safe.

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