COVID-19 hospitalizations top 200 for the first time since August

This increase in hospitalizations follows a large increase in cases that began in mid-September.

Gov. Polis Extends Safer at Home Order, Takes Action in Response to COVID-19

Governor Jared Polis extended Executive Order in response to COVID-19. 

Water enthusiasts should always wear personal flotation devices (PFD)

Colorado Parks and Wildlife remind outdoor recreationists to be safe on the water and wear a life vest, also known as a personal floatation device PFD).

State Labor Dept: $2.5 Billion in Unemployment Benefits Paid Since March 29th

(DENVER) — Today the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) announced it has paid out approximately $2.5 billion in unemployment benefits

Statewide Primary Ballots Mailed this Week

This week, county clerks across Colorado are mailing ballot packets for the June 30 Statewide Primary.

Gov. Polis Cuts Red Tape for Restaurants, Allows More Flexibility in Licensing

Governor Jared Polis signed an Executive Order cutting red tape for restaurants and suspending certain statutes to remove bureaucratic barriers to serving alcoholic beverages in temporary outdoor dining spaces. 

Denver Curfew Extended through Friday  

City and County of Denver Curfew Extended Following Three Nights of Destructive Disturbances  

June 4 Telephone Town Hall: Kids and COVID-19

Join us Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m. for an update about the latest developments in the COVID public health crisis.

Mayor Hancock to Host Regional Town Hall 

Denver. CO – Mayor Michael B. Hancock will host a regional town hall with local officials from metro area municipalities and entities to discuss coordinated responses to COVID-19. 

Dinosaur National Monument Increases Recreational Access to Include Camping and River Use

ginning Sunday, June 7, 2020, Dinosaur will reopen access to campgrounds, backcountry, and river use.