COVID-19 Updates


  • #ShopLocalColorado Website – Get Your Business on the Map! (12/3/2020) - Get your Small Business on the Map! Supporting small businesses can help ease the financial hardships our communities are facing this holiday season. This year Downtown Colorado, Inc. is partnering with the Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) to support the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT) in their efforts to encourage […]
  • Arapahoe County Moves to ‘Safer at Home’ Level Red on Friday 11/20 (11/24/2020) - 11/20 UPDATE – Retail and Critical Retail Capacity Limits On November 20, 2020, CDPHE updated this provision throughout Second Amended Public Health Order 20-36 to read as follows: “Critical Businesses and Critical Government Functions may continue to operate without capacity limitations, except that Critical Retail must adhere to 50% of the posted occupancy limit…” In […]
  • TCHD – Business Recovery Task Force Webinars for Businesses (11/24/2020) - The Business Recovery Task Force (BRTF) will be hosting industry-specific webinars the next two Mondays in addition to our general Friday Update/Q&A Webinar. We know how much the new Level Red provisions have affected operations for these industries and the BRTF team would like to answer questions live and ensure their safe and thriving operations. […]
  • TCHD Business Recovery Webinars Series Every Friday in November at 10 a.m. (11/23/2020) -  Date/Time – 10 AM Each Friday in the month of November  Tri-County Health Department’s (TCHD) Business Re-opening Task Force (BRTF) is back with a Weekly Webinar series for businesses during the month of November. The BRTF will provide updates on the latest guidance and county movement within the Safer at Home Dial with the majority of […]
  • Arapahoe County under Safer at Home as of 11/9, Level Orange – High Risk (11/10/2020) - On Nov. 9 the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) ordered the County to move from “Level Yellow: Safer at Home – Concern” to “Level Orange: Safer at Home – High Risk” on the state’s dial dashboard, as a result of a sharp rise in COVID rates. Under the Level Orange order, further […]
  • Winter Outdoor Grant Program Application Process for Restaurants Is Now Open! (11/2/2020) - DENVER – Gov. Jared Polis, in partnership with the Colorado Restaurant Association (CRA), the Colorado Restaurant Foundation, and Xcel Energy, announced that applications are open for the  Winter Outdoor Grant Program, which will provide funds to restaurants to winterize patio space for outdoor dining. In mid-October, Gov. Polis was joined by CRA and restaurateurs to […]
  • TCHD Holding Webinar On Current Dial Status in The Counties Friday 10/30 (10/29/2020) - Tri-County Health Department’s Business Re-opening Task Force will be holding a live webinar tomorrow, October 30, at 9 AM to go over the current status of our counties in the Dial, mitigation, how counties move within the Dial, and what we expect to see over the coming weeks. Please register here. If you have any […]
  • Arapahoe County Moves to Safer at Home Level 2 in response to rising COVID-19 case rates (10/27/2020) -    This week, the Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners (Board) learned that the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is ordering the County to move from Safer at Home Level 1 to Level 2 on the state’s dial dashboard, as a result of rising COVID case counts and positivity rates within the County […]
  • TCHD Holding Webinar for Restaurants Friday 10/23 (10/21/2020) - The Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) will be holding a live webinar for restaurants. Who: Restaurant owners, operators and staff are encouraged to join Date: Friday, October 23, 2020 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. The Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) will be holding a live webinar for restaurants. TCHD will provide an overview of the Colorado […]
  • Littleton CARES Economic Relief Update (10/20/2020) - On Wednesday, September 24th the Littleton City Council approved additional CARES Act funding for the Littleton CARES – Business Recovery Grant to cover the remaining approved business applicants. The council also approved reopening the Littleton CARES – Non-Profit Assistance which had $39,000 remaining in the fund following the completion and initial round of awards. Since […]