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When what-if scenarios turn real: CSU pandemic modeler provides COVID-19 insights on health care workers

Jude Bayham studied the potential consequences of a global pandemic that could shutter schools, close businesses, and strain hospitals.


Help document nature in your area as part of global initiative: 2020 City Nature Challenge

City Nature Challenge 2020 is an international effort to find and document plants and wildlife across the globe.


Sun Protection and Skin Cancer Awareness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Although we may not be exposed to direct sunlight as often during stay-at-home orders, The Skin Cancer Foundation advises everyone to remain vigilant in regard to protecting your skin and checking your body for suspicious lesions.


Colorado Secretary of State’s Office Extends Charity Filing Deadlines

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has issued emergency rules extending certain filing deadlines for charities to August 15, 2020.  These rules will address the filing deadlines for charity registration renewals and solicitation campaign financial reports.  They will not affect the filing deadline for new solicitation notices, which must be filed at least 15 days prior to the commencement of a solicitation campaign. “Like the IRS, we are extending some filing deadlines for charities,” said Secretary Griswold.  “This will enable charities to focus on providing vital services to Coloradans duringRead More


Unified Command Group Member Tests Positive to COVID19

A member of the Colorado Unified Command Group (UCG) working at the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) tested positive for COVID-19. 


State provides COVID-19 modeling data

The state released additional COVID-19 modeling data to the public.


Wildlife activity during stay-at-home order: what to expect

Are people seeing more wildlife moving into neighborhoods and parks vacated by people during Colorado’s stay-at-home order?


Gov. Polis Provides Guidance to Municipalities on Local Elections

DENVER – Gov. Polis issued guidance to municipalities across Colorado who are preparing for upcoming elections.  “We want to ensure that Coloradans across our state are able to participate in their local elections and that this pandemic does not impact our democratic process,” said Governor Jared Polis. “It’s critical that Coloradans stay home during this time to the extent they can, but it’s also critical that they exercise their right to vote in all elections whether it’s for your fire district, electric coop, or town. Clerks have been working hardRead More


Now’s the time to submit big-game hunting applications; deadline to apply is April 7

Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s on-line hunting license application site is open around-the-clock and hunters are urged not to wait until the last minute to apply for 2020 big-game licenses. Deadline to apply is April 7 at 8 p.m.


CPW’s Aquatic Nuisance Species inspections underway in 2020

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, many local and federal waters are postponing opening to boating and ANS inspections at this time.